Talks & Presentations
Click, A. (2015, October 22). International students and academic integrity: Global perspectives on a complex issue. European Conference on Information Literacy (Doctoral Forum), Tallinn, Estonia.
Click, A., & Houlihan, M. (2015, October 20). Information literacy abroad: A global snapshot of American-style academic libraries. European Conference on Information Literacy, Tallinn, Estonia.
Click, A., Vardell, E., Martin III, J. D., Thomson, L. (2015, February 9). Conducting LIS research: The method in our madness. Empirical Librarians, Greensboro, North Carolina.
Moran, B., Ahmed, S., Click, A., Hill, J., & Martin, J. (2014, August 19). Flexible strategies for uncertain times: An innovative approach to LIS education in the Middle East and North Africa. International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) World Library and Information Congress, Lyon, France.
Click, A., Drewry, J., & Khalifa, M. (2014, August 21). The effects of political and social turmoil on LIS research in the Arab world. International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) World Library and Information Congress, Lyon, France.
Click, A., & Drewry, J. (2014, May 27). Library and information science research in the Middle East and North Africa: A content analysis of recent publications. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference. Istanbul, Turkey.
Click, A., Walker, C. (February 28, 2014). Motivations, definitions, and the “plagiarism trap”: Perceptions of academic integrity across cultures. International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI) Annual Conference. Jacksonville, Florida.
Moran, B., Click, A., Ramdeen, S., & Martin, J. (2014, January 23). Educational entrepreneurship in international settings: Lessons learned from LIS collaboration in the Middle East and North Africa. Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Annual Conference. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Click, A. (2013, October 8). Developing ethical citizens: Librarians promoting academic integrity. Middle East Librarians Association (MELA) Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana.
Click, A. (2013, June 14). Cross-campus collaboration for academic integrity. AMICAL Annual Conference. Rome, Italy.
Click, A., & Walker, C. (2013, May 3). Picture this! Instruction librarians promoting academic integrity. LOEX Annual Conference. Nashville, Tennessee.
Click, A., & Walker, C. (February 6, 2013). Authentic teaching: Lessons from instruction librarians. Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy. Blacksburg, Virginia.
Click, A., & Houlihan, M. (2011, May 24). Teaching literacy: Methods for studying and improving library instruction. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference. Athens, Greece.
Click, A. (2010, October 31). Ask the right questions: Matching content and outcomes in an IL course. Information Literacy Network Annual Conference. Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Click, A., & Petit, J. (2010, May 1). From lectures and quizzes to wikis and blogs in the library classroom. LOEX Annual Conference. Dearborn, Michigan.
Click, A., & Walker. C. (2010, March 30). Coursework, conferences, and the classroom: On-the-job training for new IL practitioners. Librarians’ Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC). Limerick, Ireland.
Click, A., & Walker. C. (2009, May 1). Help us help them: Instruction training for LIS students and new librarians. LOEX Annual Conference. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Click, A., Finsel, R., Blanton, C., & Walker, C. (2008, May 21). Challenged books: A study on the presence or absence of controversial materials in North Carolina public library collections. Librarian’s Association at UNC-Chapel Hill Annual Research Forum. Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Click, A. (2013, March 25). The Arab Spring: Social movements and social media. Cleveland State Community College. Cleveland, Tennessee.
Click, A. (2012, April 13). Social movements and libraries: From Tahrir Square to Occupy Wall Street. Belmont University, Nashville, Tennessee.
Click, A., Abdullahi, I., & Lor, P.J. (2011, November 14). UNCG iDEAL Summit Panel. Rethinking the local: Re-imagining libraries in a flattening world. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina.
Petit, J. & Click, A. (2008, November 6). Social networking and Web 2.0 in information literacy. UNESCO Training-the-Trainers in Information Literacy Workshop. Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria, Egypt.
Click, A. (2012, April 7). Developing the teacher librarian. AMICAL Annual Conference. Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
Click, A., & Walker, C. (2011, April 19). Student in a strange land: Providing instruction to ESL students. Librarians’ Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC). London, England.
Click, A. (Moderator). (2012, November 6). Adventures in international librarianship: Living and working outside of the United States. Global Information Issues Webinar Series. Available at http://www.librariesthriving.org/archives
Pressley, L., & Click, A. (2013, January 22). Basics of information literacy assessment. Global Information Issues Webinar Series. Available at http://www.librariesthriving.org/archives