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Friday, December 3 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Poster Session

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Poster Session

Drop in to view this year's posters and chat with the presenters in an informal setting. See this doc forposter descriptions and presenters and evaluations. Titles below:
  • Advocating for Hawaiʻi Children's Books Somewhere Over the Rainbow (Feedback Form)
  • Bringing Back Empathy (Feedback Form)
  • Chat Reference Service at the University of Hawaii at Manoa: Refining Data, Interfaces and Staffing Models (Feedback Form)
  • CIS PhD Program Data Model/Ontology (Feedback Form)
  • E Ola Ka 'Ike Hawai'i (Long Live Hawaiian Knowledge) (Feedback Form)
  • Not Just a Study Hall: Engaging Student Workers in the Academic Library (Feedback Form)
  • Project Hoʻopoeko: Normalizing Hawaiian Language at the Workplaces (Feedback Form)
  • Reminaging Library Spaces and Learning Frameworks at The JFS Library at BYU–Hawaii (Feedback Form)


Sheri Kelly

LIS Student, UH Manoa LIS Program
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David Gustavsen

Humanities Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
David Gustavsen is a Humanities Librarian with the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. His areas of focus include digital humanities, linguistics, and literature.
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Stanislava Gardasevic

LIS Student, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Stanislava (Stasha) Gardasevic is a Ph.D. candidate at the interdisciplinary program in Communication and Information Sciences, and a teaching assistant/course instructor for technology-related courses at Library and Information Science (LIS) Program at UH Mānoa. Her background is... Read More →

Kuuleilani Reyes

Curriculum Developer and Instructor, World Indigenous Nations University-Hawai‘i Pasifika (WINUHP)
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Stephanie Robertson

Information Literacy and Faculty Outreach Librarian/Assistant Professor, Joseph F. Smith Library, BYU–Hawaii
Stephanie Robertson has been teaching English as Adjunct Faculty at BYU-Hawaii since 2009. Her MA is in English with an emphasis in Composition and Rhetoric and she also studied academic librarianship during her MLISc program—both degrees from The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa... Read More →
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Zoia Falevai

Librarian, BYU–Hawaiʻi
Zoia Falevai is an instruction and reference librarian at the Brigham Young University – Hawaii, Smith Library. She obtained her Bachelors in Pacific Island Studies from the Brigham Young University – Hawaii and received her MLISc from the University of Hawai'i at Manoa and a... Read More →

Friday December 3, 2021 1:30pm - 2:30pm HST
Track 4