Welcome to CNI’s Spring 2021 Membership Meeting - meeting attendance is limited.
A Meeting Roadmap is now available!
Attendees must log in to their Sched account to see the "Open Zoom" or "Video Stream" buttons to join live sessions and view videos, create a personalized schedule of the sessions you want to attend, receive reminders specific to those sessions, and sync to your calendar. Your Sched account needs to be set to "public" to sync your personal meeting Sched calendar. If you elect to keep your setting private, you can sync the full meeting calendar.

Session times are shown in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC -5). To view the schedule in your local time zone, use the Timezone dropdown; then you can print, email, or download your schedule in your timezone. See the meeting website for information for presenters and the code of conduct. Contact beth@cni.org with questions/technical difficulties.
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Megan Oakleaf

Syracuse University
Associate Professor
Megan Oakleaf is an Associate Professor in the Syracuse University iSchool where she is professor of record for IST 605, Reference and Information Literacy Services, IST 613, Planning, Marketing, and Assessing Library Services, IST 662, Instructional Strategies for Information Professionals, IST 674, Academic Librarianship, and IST 717, Library Leadership and Management.  The author of ACRL’s The Value of Academic Libraries: A Comprehensive Research Review and Report, Academic Library Value: The Impact Starter Kit, Library Integration in Institutional Learning Analytics, and Connecting Libraries and Learning Analytics for Student Success, she has published in top library and information science journals including College and Research LibrariesPortalJASIST, and Journal of Documentation. Megan has presented at numerous conferences, including ALA, ACRL, AAC&U, and AALHE national conferences, the Library Assessment Conference, the IUPUI Assessment Institute, Learning Impact Leadership Institute, ELI, and EDUCAUSE. Megan won the 2021 ALA LIRT Librarian Recognition Award, the 2019 Miriam Dudley Instruction Librarian Award, the 2011 Ilene Rockman Publication of the Year Award, was included in the LIRT Top 20 Instruction Articles five times, earned Best Paper recognition at the 2007 EBLIP conference, and was awarded the 2014 Jeffrey Katzer Teacher of the Year award. Her research areas include library value, learning analytics, rubric assessment, and information literacy instruction.
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