Program

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

 

Sunday, October 20

1030-1330

Data Management Workshop
Jessica Trelogan1, Amanda Whitmire2

1University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

2Harold A. Miller Library, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University

1330-1500

Executive Board Meeting I

1700-2000

Welcome Reception – Port Aransas Beach Party

 

Monday, October 21

0830-0900

Registration and speaker setup

0900-0930

Conference Welcome

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Jeanine Scaramozzino

President, IAMSLIC

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Dr. Edward J. Buskey

Professor, Associate Chair, Department of Marine Science, UTMSI

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Dr. Lorraine J. Haricombe

Vice Provost and Director, The University of Texas Libraries

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Dr. Catherine Rudowsky

Dean of Libraries, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

0930-1000

Ensuring the Legacy Data for the Southern Right Whale is FAIR

Daureen Nesdill

Marriott Library, University of Utah

1000-1030

Subversive Gatekeepers: Developing Methods For Enabling Remote Access to Hidden Collections

Amanda Whitmire1, Molly Engelbrecht2

1Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University

2Bodega Marine Lab, University of California Davis

1015-1030

Tea/Coffee Break

1030-1100 

Keynote –

Rapid Response on the Texas Coast: Acquiring Post-Harvey Lidar and Imagery to Assess Storm Impact and Monitor Recovery

Dr. Jeffrey G. Paine

Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas at  Austin

1100-1130

Holding Our Ground at the Edge: Influencing Perceptions of Library Value

Geoffrey P. Timms

Marine Resources Library, College of Charleston, SC

1130-1200

Workshops that Work

Joyce M. Shaw1, Tisha Zelner2, Jamie Stanfield3, Justin Easterday3

1Gunter Library, Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, The University of Southern Mississippi 

2Cook Library, The University of Southern Mississippi 

3Gulf Coast Library, The University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Park

1200-1300

Lunch

1300-1330

The Future of Aquatic Commons: Recommendations Based on an Evaluation of Business Models and Stakeholder Consultation

Sally Taylor1, Stephen Alayon2, Ingrid Čatić3, Angela Clark-Hughes4, Maria Kalentsits5, Lisa Raymond6, Amanda Whitmire7

1Woodward Library, University of British Columbia, Canada

2Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Philippines

3Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Croatia 

4Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Library (RSMAS), University of Miami 

5Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, Rome, Italy

6The Marine Biological Laboratory Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (MBLWHOI) Library 

7Harold A. Miller Library, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University

1330-1400

IODE Update: AIUs, ODISCat, Ocean Best Practices

Jennifer Walton1, Pauline Simpson2, Aida Sogaray3, Lisa Raymond1

1The Marine Biological Laboratory Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (MBLWHOI) Library

2Central Caribbean Marine Institute

3Dirección Nacional de Recursos Acuáticos

1400-1430

On the Edge of Tomorrow: Possible futures of the Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts (ASFA) database

Diana Castillo

The Valley Library, Oregon State University

1430-1500

ASFA Update

Maria Kalentsits 

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy

1500-1515

Tea/Coffee Break – Guin Auction Open

1515-1545

IAMSLIC Business Meeting I

1545-1730

SAIL Business Meeting

 

Tuesday, October 22

0830-0850

Registration and speaker setup

0850-0900

Conference Welcome

Dr. Robert W. Dickey

Director, UT Marine Science Institute; Chair, Department of Marine Science

0900-0930

Keynote – 

Hurdles with Nurdles: A Gulf-wide Citizen Science Project

Jace W. Tunnell

Reserve Director, Mission-Aransas NERR, The University of Texas Marine Science Institute

0930-09:45

Morning Tea/Coffee Break (early)

09:45-1145

Workshop: Reimagining the Future of IAMSLIC

Jeanine Scaramozzino

Kennedy Library, California Polytechnic State University

1145-1200

Gather in Lobby (box lunches will be provided)

1200

Leave UTMSI by bus, on time

1245-1330

Keynote-

What the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Taught us about the Deep Sea

Dr. Paul Montagna

Endowed Chair for Ecosystems Studies and Modeling, Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

1330-1450

Tour at the Harte Research Institute

1500-2000

Rest of the day in Corpus Christi (free time and dinner on your own), signup sheets for various restaurants will be provided 

2030

Return to Port Aransas, Seashell Village by 8:30 pm

 

Wednesday, October 23

0830-0850

Registration and speaker setup

0850-0900

Morning Announcements

0900-0930

Keynote – 

Effects of Hurricane Harvey on Water Quality, Productivity and the Planktonic Food Web in the Mission-Aransas Estuary, Texas 

Dr. Edward J. Buskey

Professor & Associate Chair, Department of Marine Science, The University of Texas at Austin 

0930-1000

Currents of Change II:  Reshaping the Landscape of the University ETD Administrative Process

Keri Baker, Jaime M. Goldman

Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic, Campus Library

1000-1015

Morning Tea/Coffee Break

1015-1045

Implementing Research Integrity in Undergraduate Research

Michelle Leonard

Marston Science Library, University of Florida

1045-1200

IAMSLIC Business Meeting II/Executive Board Panel

1200-1300

Lunch and Committee Meetings

1300-1330

Pawikan on FB: Facebook as a Source of Information on the Current State of Sea Turtles in the Philippines

Daryl L. Superio1*, Myrna T. Luceño2, Maria Vanessa T. Bendali-an3, Anna May A. Yap-Zerrudo4, Joel A. Ciriaco5, Erish G. Estante-Superio1

1Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Philippines

2Dr. Lucio Tan College of Hospitality Management, Central Philippine University, Philippines

3Senior High School Department, Zarraga National High School, Philippines

4Department of Languages, Mass Communications and Humanities, Central Philippine University, Philippines

5College of Education, Iloilo Science and Technology University, Philippines

1330-1400

Our Waters, Our Life. The Role of National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) Library in the Collection, Storage and Dissemination of Environmental Information for the Conservation of Lake Victoria in Uganda

Eva Mutongole Wamala

National Environment Management Authority, Uganda

1400-1415

Tea/Coffee Break

1415-1450

Poster Session

1415-1425

Poster 1:
Building A Successful Partnership: Gulf Coast Research Laboratory Publications and Aquila

Joyce M. Shaw

Gunter Library, Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, The University of Southern Mississippi 

1425-1435

Poster 2:
Preservation, Collaboration, and Visualization: How a Book Becomes an Experience

Morgan Witte, Anne Moser

Water Library, University of Wisconsin-Madison

1435-1445

Poster 3:
Building on the Past: Tracking Research Output and Impact

Kathryn Lage

Moss Landing Marine Laboratories / Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

1445-1455

Poster 4:
Finding Facts to Fight Fake News About the Climate Crisis

Zoe Pettway Unno

NNLM PSR Biomedical Library, University of California Los Angeles

1455-1500

Open Forum – Q&A

1500-1530

“Learning Chests” ALFIN Strategies Implemented by the Academic Library to Promote the Conservation and Sustainable Use of the Biological Resources Through the Active Participation of Children and Youth from La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Teresa de J. Barriga Ramírez, José Luis Ortíz Galindo, Laura M. Pérez Rojas

Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas del Instituto Politécnico Nacional (CICIMAR-IPN), Mexico 

1530-1630

Executive Board Meeting II

1700-2200

Banquet- Third Coast Theater (SeaShell Village Resort) 

Catered BBQ and vegetarian options, dancing

 

Thursday, October 24

0830-0850

Registration and speaker setup

0850-0900

Morning Announcements

0900-0930

Keynote – 

The Coastal Fisheries Research Program at UT Marine Science Institute

Dr. Brad E. Erisman

Assistant Professor, The University of Texas Marine Science Institute

0930-1000

Keynote – 

Diversity of the Indo-Pacific Network and the Genomic Observatories MetaDatabase

Dr. Chris Bird

Associate Professor, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

1000-1015

Morning Tea/Coffee Break

1015-1045

A Small Library That Could

Olga Kopytova, Aleksei Baiandin

A.O. Kovalevsky Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas of RAS, Russian Federation, Crimea

1045-1115

The Embedded Librarians a Strategy for Special Libraries in Times of Change

Teresa  de J. Barriga Ramírez, José Luis Ortíz Galindo, Laura M. Pérez Rojas

Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas del Instituto Politécnico Nacional (CICIMAR-IPN), Mexico 

1115-1145

IAMSLIC 46: Welcome to Wellington, New Zealand!

1145-1150

Closing Program

1200-1600

Aquatic Commons and OceanDocs Training and Work Party (Lunch included)

Sally Taylor1, Pauline Simpson2
1Woodward Library, University of British Columbia, Canada

2Central Caribbean Marine Institute

 

Friday, October 25

 

Bay Boat Tour, Sand Sculpting Competition, Beachertoberfest (Times TBD)