HSLI 2019 Conference: Going Forward, Looking Back

September 11-13, 2019, Champaign, Illinois

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Health Science Librarians of Illinois (HSLI) serves as the primary statewide organization meeting the needs and interests of all information professionals who focus on the area of health and medical science.

Anyone interested in librarianship and learning is welcome to attend the conference. Information professionals working in all types of libraries can benefit from the continuing education sessions offered during the conference.




Continuing Education

Thursday Afternoon Sessions

Citation management software: Advancing your expertise with freely available tools

No MLA CE credit

How familiar are you with citation management software? Are your users familiar with this time-saving resource? Here is an opportunity to learn something that will make the research process easier for everybody! This hands-on session will introduce Mendeley, free software that organizes and formats your references. Participants will learn how to save sources to one convenient location and access them via the cloud, create formatted citations and a reference section in seconds (really!), and understand the software options and features. We will discuss common problems that arise in using the software and some troubleshooting techniques. We will also look at what's on the horizon with the development of these tools. Participants will leave this session able to employ the primary functionalities of citation management software, share tips for power users, and assist their users with resolving the more commonly-experienced technical issues.

Attendees are asked to bring a laptop (preferred) or tablet/phone to the session. Small screens do not display full functionality of the tools.

Kirstin Duffin is a research, engagement, and scholarship librarian and liaison to the sciences and math at Eastern Illinois University. She provides citation management training to undergraduate and graduate students across disciplines at EIU and uses both Mendeley and Zotero, depending on her current research project. She holds an MLIS from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and an MS in Biological Sciences from EIU. Outside libraries, Kirstin enjoys hiking the scenic hills of east central Illinois and playing cooperative board games with friends.


Issues in Scholarly Communication for the Health Sciences

No MLA CE credit

Daniel Tracy is an Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois- Urbana Champaign Library and the Head of Scholarly Communication and Publishing

Friday Morning Sessions

Making Your Library Positively Accessible

Your library may be Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) - compliant, yet your environment and resources might not be accessible! In this course, you will explore the new functional diversity model and other concepts of disability; examine the accessibility of your library; learn practical ways to make your library, programs, and website more accessible; and build your skills in assisting people with disabilities in a positive way. You will leave with an accessibility plan for your library and new skills in problem-solving accessibility concerns.

JJ Pionke is the Applied Health Sciences Librarian at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His work revolves around disabilities and libraries as well as veterans in libraries. He is particularly passionate about increasing the accessibility of libraries for both patrons and employees. He sits on multiple local, regional, and national committees that focus on diversity where he is the voice of people with disabilities as scholar, advocate, and as a person with disabilities himself. Video: Librarian JJ Pionke on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Libraries: "It's personal to me"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58FmnzlFzzs

Teaching Critical Appraisal to Students in the Health Sciences

This session will address strategies, tools, and best practices for teaching critical appraisal to students in the health sciences. Participants in this session will leave with a teaching toolkit that they can scale to their students' needs and abilities, as well as resources to fill in any knowledge gaps when it comes to interpreting methodologies, relevant statistical measures, and study outcomes. Upon completion of the session, attendees will:

  • Understand what learning outcomes for students in a critical appraisal class are and why they matter
  • Work from a framework for teaching critical appraisal concepts to students
  • Identify their own knowledge gaps when it comes to critical appraisal
  • Locate and use resources to help close these knowledge gaps
Attendees are asked to bring laptops / tablets to the session

Laura Menard is the Assistant Director for Medical Education and Access Services at Ruth Lilly Medical Library, Indiana University.

Registration


Register by Mail

Download Printable Form

Register Online

Early Bird registration rate avaialble until August 23.

Online registration includes a $6.00 processing charge

Keynote

Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe

Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe is a Professor and Coordinator for Information Literacy Services and Instruction at the University Library, University of Illinois

Nancy's Reception

Posters, Exhibitors, Silent Auction, and Food

Silent Auction

 

Join us at the HSLI Conference Silent Auction where you will be able to bid on many interesting and unique items.

 

Starting bids will be posted near each item. Thanks to all donors and all bidders! All proceeds will benefit the HSLI Scholarship Fund.

Poster Session

Call for Poster Proposals: HSLI 2019 Annual Conference (Deadline Friday, August 2)

The Health Science Librarians of Illinois Conference Planning Committee's Program Subcommittee invites proposals for posters for the 2019 HSLI Annual Conference, to be held September 11-13 in Champaign, Illinois. This year's Conference theme, "Going Forward, Looking Back", celebrates HSLI's 40th anniversary. We encourage you to take a literal or figurative approach to our theme (use your productive imagination).

Ideas can include, but are not limited to, any area of librarianship such as instruction, leadership, program development, communication, collection development, outreach, and evaluation. Posters from last year included such topics as collaboration, technology programs, data fluency, disabilities, bookplates, and even tattoos.

If you have presented, or plan to present, a poster at another meeting this year (such as MLA or Midwest Chapter/MLA), please consider also submitting it for HSLI. Let our members who can't travel have the opportunity to see the work you've been doing!

The posters will be presented during Nancy's Reception on Thursday evening, September 12, starting at 6:00 PM. Setup will be available later Thursday afternoon, as the poster session is that evening. Poster authors need to be present Thursday evening to discuss their posters with Conference attendees. Posters can remain up until the break after breakfast on Friday morning.

Please submit a proposal abstract, no longer than 300 words, describing your poster.

Include your name, position title, address, phone number, and e-mail address on all submissions.

E-mail your abstracts to Charlotte Beyer, (charlotte.beyer@rosalindfranklin.edu).

The deadline for abstract submission is Friday July 26.

Notification of poster acceptance will be made by August 5, after review by the poster committee.

Posters must be made available to post electronically on the HSLI website after the Conference.

Each poster presenter must register for the HSLI Conference (which includes each author attending).

Stipends available! Each poster presenter will receive a stipend to help offset printing costs or other meeting expenses. Stipends are limited to only one presenter per poster, and an individual presenter can receive a maximum of only one stipend, even if submitting multiple posters.

Poster sizes -- let Charlotte Beyer know which one you will be using poster board 24? x 36? tri-fold poster 36? x 48? (for setup on a table) wall posters --various sizes allowed (including 45? x 45?)

Lightning Talks

The afternoon of Thursday, September 12, has been set aside for sharing experiences, best practices, or how lemonade was made out of lemons! Each presenter will be allotted 5-10 minutes, depending on the number of abstracts that are accepted. There will be ample time afterward for Q&A and lively discussion.

How to Submit:
To apply for lightning talks, fill out the HSLI 2019 Lightning Talk Proposal Form or submit an abstract of no more than 200 words to Charlotte Beyer at charlotte.beyer@rosalindfranklin.edu by Friday, August 2

Program


Wednesday  September 11, 2019

Board and Mentor/Mentee Dinner and Board Meeting 

Thursday    September 12, 2019

Sunrise Walk

Breakfast

Keynote – Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe

Break 

NNLM / GMR Update – Linda Walton

Updates: Illinois State Library / Illinois Association of College and Research Libraries (IACRL) / Reaching Across Illinois Library System (RAILS) / Illinois Heartland Library System (IHLS)

Lunch – sponsored by Wolters-Kluwer

Business Meeting

Sponsored talk from Wolters-Kluwer

CE 1: Kirstin Duffin – Citation Management Software: Advancing your expertise with freely available tools (no MLA credit)

CE 2: Daniel Tracy - Issues in Scholarly Communication for the Health Sciences (no MLA credit)

Break

Lightning Talks – (no MLA CE credit)

Sunset Walk (sunset 7:05pm) includes tour of The Early Intervention Clearinghouse Library

Nancy's Reception – Food, Exhibitors, Posters, Silent Auction

Friday       September 13, 2019

Sunrise Walk

Breakfast

CE 3: JJ Pionke - Making your Library Positively Accessible (4 MLA CE)

CE 4: Laura Menard - Teaching Critical Appraisal to Students in the Health Sciences (4 MLA CE)

Lunch

Tour of the new Carle Clinic Library – sign up at registration desk - Transportation not provided

Conference Hotel


I Hotel

Address: 1900 South First Street | Champaign, IL

Arrive/Depart

Check in time 4pm check out 11 am

Parking is free at the hotel

Conference Room Rate

$139.00 per night plus 13% tax

The conference room rate is only guaranteed until August 11

Reservations

Phone: 217.819.5000

"Guests may book their reservations online at www.stayatthei.com Click on the orange "attendee code" button Enter the "Attendee Code" which is HSLI19


I Hotel Entrance

Syed Maghrabi Scholarship Application

Download Application Form as a Word file
Download Application Form as a PDF
The application deadline is Friday, August 2 for full consideration

Syed Maghrabi Conference Scholarship winners will receive funds to cover registration fees, and other expenses. If awarded a scholarship, hotel arrangements and registration are the sole responsibility of the recipient.

Applicants must be current members of HSLI (2019 dues paid). Applicants must write a short essay entitled, "I would like a Syed Maghrabi Conference Scholarship because..." Each scholarship recipient must write an article for the HSLI Newsletter discussing the plan to implement knowledge gained at the conference in his or her institution. If awarded a scholarship, hotel arrangements are the sole responsibility of the recipient. Reimbursement expenses will be processed upon submission of receipts and after submission of the Newsletter article to the HSLI Newsletter editors.

Conference News

Keynote and CEs for Upcoming Health Science Librarians of Illinois 2019 Conference

August 20th, 2019 by

(on behalf of the HSLI Conference Planning Committee’s Publicity Subcommittee)

Registration is still open for the Health Science Librarians of Illinois 2019 Conference, “Going Forward, Looking Back”, at the iHotel in Champaign, IL, from September 11 to 13. Don’t delay – early-bird registration ends Friday, August 23.

The Conference keynote speaker will be Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, Professor and Coordinator for Information Literacy Services and Instruction at the University Library, University of Illinois, and also Affiliate Professor in the School of Information Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC).

Lisa’s talk is titled “From One Big Deal to Another? Libraries in an Open Access Age”. Lisa is professionally active in many organizations, a recipient of a number of awards, and a productive author. As ACRL President in 2010/2011, Lisa led the launch of the ACRL Value of Academic Libraries Initiative. She is currently Editor of Library Trends; a chef for the Society for Scholarly Publishing blog,”The Scholarly Kitchen”; and Chair of the IFLA Information Literacy Section.

And did you know that, when you register for the Health Science Librarians of Illinois (HSLI) Annual Conference, you can attend two CEs of your choice as part of your registration fee?

The following continuing education sessions will be offered on Thursday afternoon, September 12.

(Note: There are no MLA CE credits for Thursday sessions.)

  • “Citation Management Software: Advancing your Expertise with Freely Available Tools”

Presented by Kirstin Duffin

  • “Issues in Scholarly Communication for the Health Sciences”

Presented by Dan Tracy

The following continuing education sessions will be offered on Friday morning, September 13.

  • “Making Your Library Positively Accessible” (4 MLA CE)

Presented by JJ Pionke

  • “Teaching Critical Appraisal to Students in the Health Sciences” (4 MLA CE)

Presented by Laura Menard

For more information on CEs, see http://hsli.org/conference/#CE.

Register by mail or online: http://hsli.org/conference/#Registration.

We hope to see you there!

Early-Bird Registration for Health Science Librarians of Illinois Annual Conference (Sept. 11-13 in Champaign) Extended to Friday, August 23

August 13th, 2019 by

(on behalf of the HSLI Conference Planning Committee’s Publicity Subcommittee)

There’s still time to register for the Health Science Librarians of Illinois Conference at the early-bird rate, as the deadline is now Friday, August 23.  This year’s theme, Going Forward, Looking Back, celebrates HSLI’s 40th anniversary. The Conference will take place September 11-13 at the iHotel in Champaign, IL.  Highlights of the Conference include lightning talks and poster sessions, Nancy’s Reception, a silent auction, and your choice of 2 CEs. (The cost of the CEs is included in Conference registration.)

Details can be found on the Conference website (http://hsli.org/conference/).

Register by mail or online: http://hsli.org/conference/#Registration.

Need a hotel?  The Conference rate is now guaranteed through Friday, August 16.  See hotel information here: http://hsli.org/conference/#hotel.

We hope to see you there!

Deadline to Reserve Room at HSLI Conference Rate Extended to August 16

August 11th, 2019 by

(via Miranda Shake, HSLI Past President)

The HSLI Conference is almost a month away. We hope to see you there! For more information, please check the Conference website.

In the meantime, if you have not registered yet or are still waiting on approval, please consider getting your hotel room reserved. The group rate was set to expire on Aug 11, but it is now extended through August 16.

From the website:

Reservations

Phone: 217.819.5000

“Guests may book their reservations here. Click on the orange “attendee code” button Enter the “Attendee Code” which is HSLI19.

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Also, if you haven’t registered, please do so as soon as you can. Use the PDF form on the Conference website or the PayPal widget embedded on the site.

Conference Sponsors and Exhibitors

Conference Committee

Conference Co-Chairs 
Miranda Shake   Lakeview College of Nursing
Roy Jones   Retired

Continuing Education
Frances Drone-Silvers   Carle Foundation Hospital
Charlotte Beyer Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science

Exhibitors
Eric Edwards   Illinois State Library
Laura Wimmer AMITA Health Resurrection Medical Center

Finance
Laura Wimmer  AMITA Health Resurrection Medical Center

GMR Liaison
Jacqueline Leskovec NNLM GMR

Posters
Linda Feinberg   Northshore University HealthSystem - Evanston Hospital
Charlotte Beyer Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science

Program
Linda Feinberg   Northshore University HealthSystem - Evanston Hospital

Publicity
Eric Edwards   Illinois State Library
Peg Burnette University of Illinois a t Urbana- Champaign Grainger Engineering Library Information Center
Julie Dietrich Blessing Hospital Blessing Health Professions Library

Reception
Miranda Shake   Lakeview College of Nursing

Registration
Michelle Quinones   Graham Hospital School of Nursing
Cynthia Reynolds   University of Illinois at Chicago

Silent Auction
Fran Kovach   Retired
Ramune Kubilius   Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Sarah Isaacs Early Intervention Clearinghouse

Speakers
Michelle Nielsen Ott Methodist College Library
Julie Dietrich Blessing Hospital Blessing Health Professions Library
Ramune Kubilius Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Website
Stacey Knight-Davis  Eastern Illinois University