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Publications & Presentations

 

Articles:

Rush, L. (Forthcoming, 2018). Examining student perceptions of their knowledge, roles, and power in the information cycle: Findings from a “fake news” event. Journal of Information Literacy.

Rush, L. (2016). Use of social networking site consumer training to teach information literacy threshold concepts. The Journal of Creative Library Practice, http://creativelibrarypractice.org/2016/05/31/use-of-social-networking-site-consumer-training-to-teach-information-literacy-threshold-concepts/

Rush, L. & Stott, R. (2015). Minute to learn it: Integrating one-minute videos into information literacy programming. Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 19(3/4), 219-232. DOI: 10.1080/10875301.2014.978929

Rush, L. (2014). Learning through play, the old school way: Teaching information ethics to millennials. Journal of Library Innovation, (5)2, 1-14. http://www.libraryinnovation.org/article/view/373

Rush, L., & Wittkower, D.E. (2014). Educational Expropriation of SNS Consumer Training, Digital Culture & Education, 4(3), 13-18. http://digitalcultureandeducation.com/cms/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/rush.pdf

Wittkower, D.E., Selinger, E., & Rush, L. (2013). Public philosophy of technology: Motivations, barriers, & reforms. Techne, 17 (2).

Edited Books:

Wittkower, D.E. & Rush, L. (Eds.). (2013). Ender’s Game & Philosophy. Chicago, IL: Open Court Publishing.

Book Chapters:

Rush, L., Abdous, M., Draper, D., Lo, L. (In press). All hands on deck: How one university pooled resources to educate and advocate for affordable course content. In K. Jensen & S. Nackerud (Eds.) The Evolution of Affordable Course Content in Higher Education. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing.

Rush, L. (2017). LibGuides two ways: Teaching information literacy in and out of the classroom. In R. Sittler & A. Dobbs Integrating LibGuides into Library Websites. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Rush, L. (2013). Playing by the rules. In D.E. Wittkower & L. Rush, Ender’s Game & Philosophy (153-160). Chicago, IL: Open Court Publishing.

Presentations & Posters:

McInnis, J., Rush, L., Lo, L. (September, 2018). Analytics revolution! Using a predictive model to measure the Libraries’ impact on student success. Presentation, Virginia Library Association Conference, Williamsburg, VA.

Erickson, S., Rush, L., Showalter, P. (July, 2018). Libraries, Campus Partnerships, and Student Success. Panel, VLACRL Summer Program, Norfolk, VA.

Rush, L., Parker, M. (July, 2018). From K12 to college: Mapping the National School Library Standards to the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Presentation, ODU Library Summer Institute, Norfolk, VA.

McInnis, J., Lo, L., Rush, L. (April, 2018). Using advising analytics software to track impact and value of library resources on student achievement. Presentation, Concordia University Library Research Forum, Montreal, Canada.

Rush, L. (October, 2017). Don’t forget the middle child: What graduate students want from the university libraries. Poster, Virginia Library Association Annual Conference, Norfolk, Va.

Rush, L., & Lo, L. (October, 2017). Playing an active role in affordable course content: A step by step guide, Presentation, Virginia Library Association Annual Conference, Norfolk, VA.

Yusef, W., Rush, L., Young, S., Chapman, D. (May 16, 2017). Right content, right format, right way. Presentation, Old Dominion University Center for Learning & Teaching Faculty Summer Institute, Norfolk, VA.

Rush, L., Lo, L. (May 17, 2017). Student views on textbooks, cost, and learning. Presentation, Old Dominion University Center for Learning & Teaching Faculty Summer Institute, Norfolk, VA.

Rush, L. & Stott, R. (October, 2016) Finding the time to be active in the library classroom. Presentation, Virginia Library Association Conference (VLACRL), Hot Springs, VA.

Rush, L. (May 12, 2016). The biggest lies on the internet: Using real life examples to help students master information literacy concepts. Presention,The Innovative Library Classroom (TILC), Radford, VA.

Rush, L. (September 24, 2015). Using What They Know to Teach Them What They Need to Know. Paper, Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA.

Brewer, A., Rush, L., & Stott, R. (September 24, 2015). Jargon-Free Librarianing: Speaking the Language of our Patrons. Poster, Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA.

Rush, L, Lawton, T., Smith, M., Stott, R. (October 23, 2015). One minute tips: Take two! Student perceptions of videos used for teaching information literacy concepts. Presentation, Virginia Library Association Conference (VLACRL), Richmond, VA.

Brewer, A., Rush, L., & Stott, R. (October 23, 2015). Jargon-Free Librarianing: Speaking the Language of Our Patrons. Poster, Virginia Library Association Annual Conference (VLACRL), Richmond, VA.

Invited panelist at Burn the Books: The Fight For Free Expression, Old Dominion University, 2014. http://odu.edu/announcements/student/2014/9/16/burn_the_books_the_f

Rush, L (2014). Learning through play: the old school way. Poster Session, Virginia Library Association (VLACRL) Conference, Williamsburg, VA.

Rush, L. & Lux, R. (2014). Best practices for creating videos for information literacy programmingPoster Session, Virginia Library Association (VLACRL), Williamsburg, VA.

Rush, L. & Wittkower, D.E. (2014). Bridging the gap between SNS consumer training & Millennials. Invited presentation for the Excellence in Advising Commission, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, June 10, 2014.

Wittkower, D.E. & Rush, L. (2014). Bridging the gap between SNS and education. Conference presentation, Center for Teaching & Learning Summer Institute, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, May 21, 2014.

Lux, R. & Rush, L. (2014). Minute to learn it: Integrating one-minute videos into information literacy programming. Conference presentation, The Innovative Library Classroom, Radford, VA May 13, 2014.

Rush, L. (2010). Popular Culture & Library Programming, Poster Session, South Carolina Library Association Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Rush, L., Elliott, B., Faix, A.(2010). Peer Reference: Improving and assessing a new program, Poster Session, South Carolina Library Association Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Popular Media Publications:

Wittkower, D.E., Selinger, E. & Rush, L. (2014). Revisiting Kristoff’s criticism of academic irrelevance. 3quarksdaily. http://www.3quarksdaily.com/3quarksdaily/2014/07/revisiting-kristofs-criticism-of-academic-irrelevance.html

Awards & Recognitions

ALA’s Library Instruction Round Table, Top 20 Publications of 2017 for Use of Social Networking Site Consumer Training to Teach Information Literacy Threshold Concepts (Journal of Creative Library Practice)

Librarian of the Year, Old Dominion University Libraries, 2017

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