Amanda B. Click

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ASIS&T Visual Presentation

I will be presenting my research as a visual presentation during the President’s Reception at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting. Come talk to me about my poster,  Stress, Adaptation, Growth: International Students’ Approaches to Scholarly Research and Academic Integrity, at 18:30 EDT on Monday, October 30th. You can check out the poster and additional materials below. Poster [...]

ALA 2017 Poster Presentation

Claire Wiley, Meggan Houlihan and I will be presenting our poster, Synthesizing the LIS research on international graduate students, at the American Library Association 2017 Annual Conference in Chicago, IL. You can check out our poster and handout below, but it will be MUCH more fun to come chat with us at 10:30AM on Sunday, June [...]

ACRL 2017 Poster Presentation

I’m presenting a poster, Cross-cultural adaptation: international students, research & academic integrity, at the 2017 ACRL conference in Baltimore, MD. Come talk to me about my research at 9:30AM on Friday, March 24th! Poster PDF Handout PDF    

European Conference on Information Literacy

In October 2015, I traveled to Tallinn, Estonia to attend in the European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL). I participated in the doctoral forum, presenting the preliminary results of my dissertation work (International students and academic integrity: Global perspectives on a complex issue). Meggan Houlihan, First-Year Experience and Instruction Librarian at NYU Abu Dhabi, and I gave a talk [...]

Empirical Librarians Conference

In February 2015, North Carolina A&T hosted the inaugural Empirical Librarians Symposium. Emily Vardell, Leslie Thomson, John D. Martin III, and I led a panel on research methods for library and information science, covering focus groups, surveys, participant observation, and interviews. Resources from our panel, Conducting LIS Research: The Method in our Madness, are available on [...]

Two Presentations at IFLA World Library and Information Congress

I was fortunate to be able to attend IFLA for the first time in August. This year the Congress took place in Lyon, France. Sumayya Ahmed and I (ELIME-21 Fellows), along with SILS faculty Barbara Moran, gave a presentation about the newest ELIME-21 grant initiative. The Global Training Resources for Information Professionals (GTRIP) project is a repository [...]

Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries Presentation

Josiah Drewry (Business & Economics Librarian, UNC Chapel Hill), Mahmoud Khalifa (Library of Congress Field Office, Cairo, Egypt) and I have been working on a systematic review of the LIS literature between 2004 and 2013 in order to address the following questions: What kinds of scholarly conversations have Middle Eastern and North African practitioners of [...]

International Center for Academic Integrity Annual Conference Presentation

I have been collaborating with Claire Walker, Research & Instruction Librarian at Belmont University, to conduct a study on student perceptions of academic integrity. Specifically, we were  interested in examining how and why students from different cultures differ in their perspectives on these issues. We collected data via online questionnaire from students at a private Christian university [...]

AMICAL Annual Conference

The AMICAL (American International Consortium of Academic Libraries) 2013 Annual Conference took place June 12-15 at John Cabot University in Rome, Italy. I gave a talk titled “Cross-Campus Collaboration for Academic Integrity,” addressing the ways that librarians, teaching faculty, administrators, and IT staff, can collaborate to ensure that undergraduate and graduate students understand academic integrity and develop [...]

LOEX 2013

Claire Walker, Research & Instruction Librarian, and I used the photovoice method to conduct a comparative study about student perceptions of academic integrity issues at Belmont University and the American University of Cairo. We presented our findings at LOEX 2013, a library instruction conference, in a talk called “Picture This! Instruction Librarians Promoting Academic Integrity.” [...]