Kelly McCallister

Assistant Professor, Information Literacy Librarian for Non-Traditional Populations Library Responsibilities: Serve as a library advocate for non traditional students and faculty. Serve as the key person for library policy questions related to non-traditonal students. Maintain and develop relationships with distance education cohort coordinators, directors, and program managers and monitor new distance education offerings. Ensure that the instruction and research needs of distance education students are met. Teach in the information literacy instruction program and provide research assistance for on-campus and distance education students. Train other librarians to teach distance education instruction sessions. Maintain the web content for distance education library services. Education: In progress, Ed.D, Educational Leadership, Appalachian State University. MLIS, Library and Information Science, University of Southern Mississippi. 2004 MA, Anthropology, University of Southern Mississippi. 2004 BA, Anthropology, Mississippi State University. 2001

There are 11 included publications by Kelly McCallister :

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ACRL In San Francisco: ACRL Programs At The ALA Annual Conference, June 25-30, 2015 2015 149 ALA's 134th Annual Conference was held June 25–30, 2015, in San Francisco. Approximately 22,696 librarians, library support staff, exhibitors, writers, educators, publishers, and special guests attended the conference. Program Summary Report.
Behold The Power Of The Donut: A Successful Case Study Of A DE Library, Departmental, And Faculty & Student Collaborations 2016 198 Creating and maintaining a successful library distance education program, even given ideal variables, can be a huge challenge. This article will discuss how the library distance program was planned, implemented, and evaluated in a three-year span. A ...
Book Review: "The Archaeology Of American Cities" by Nan A. Rothschild 2015 115 Book Review of "The Archaeology Of American Cities" by Nan A. Rothschild.
Book Review: "The Archaeology Of Race In The Northeast" edited by Christopher N. Matthews and Allison Manfra McGovern 2015 112 Book Review of "The Archaeology Of Race In The Northeast" edited by Christopher N. Matthews and Allison Manfra McGovern.
Book Review: "The Archaeology Of Smoking And Tobacco" by Georgia L. Fox 2015 103 Book Review of "The Archaeology Of Smoking And Tobacco" by Georgia L. Fox.
Book Review: "Hidden History: African American Cemeteries In Central Virginia" by Lynn Rainville 2014 222 Book Review of "Hidden History: African American Cemeteries In Central Virginia" by Lynn Rainville.
Book Review: "Ruin Memories: Materiality, Aesthetics And The Archaeology Of The Recent Past" edited by Bjornar Olsen and Thora Petursdottir 2014 134 Book Review of "Ruin Memories: Materiality, Aesthetics And The Archaeology Of The Recent Past," edited by Bjornar Olsen and Thora Petursdottir.
Book Review: "Slavery Behind The Wall: An Archaeology Of A Cuban Coffee Plantation" by Theresa A. Singleton 2015 99 Book Review of "Slavery Behind The Wall: An Archaeology Of A Cuban Coffee Plantation" by Theresa A. Singleton.
Bridging The Gap: Developing Library Services And Instructional Programs For Transfer Students At Appalachian State University 2017 143 Purpose – The aim of this paper is to profile the evolution of library services and information literacy instruction provided for transfer students in collaboration with other campus units at a Master’s level institution and for librarians wishing to...
Librarians Collaborate! Working Across Two- And Four-Year Institutions To Teach Information Literacy Skills 2015 89 Transfer students represent a significant population at our nation’s four-year colleges and universities today. In the fall of 2006 774,000 transfer students enrolled in post-secondary institutions. This number increased to 1.5 million students trans...
Virtual And Valued: A Review Of The Successes (And A Few Failures) Of The Creation, Implementation, And Evaluation Of An Inaugural Virtual Conference And Monthly Webinars 2018 25 Planning and implementing online professional development opportunities is challenging but attainable. This paper explains how a group of librarians from different institutions worked to plan, market, implement, and evaluate monthly webinars as well ...