Presentations

Unpublished Conference papers, Presentations & Workshops (chronological)

Todd, R. & Hay, L. (2015). The 4th E = EVIDENCE! Empowering Evolution, Experience, and Education. [Research presentation]. American Association of School Libraries (AASL) 17th National Conference and Exhibition, Columbus, Ohio, USA, 5-8 November.

aasl-cover-slide

Hay, L. (2015). Implementing an iCentre approach:
Your destiny, by design. [Workshop]. Charting New Paths, British Columbia Teacher Librarians’ Association (BCTLA) Annual Fall Conference & Fall Council Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 23-24 October.

Hay, L. (2015). Is a genrefied collection right for your school library? [Workshop]. Charting New Paths, British Columbia Teacher Librarians’ Association (BCTLA) Annual Fall Conference & Fall Council Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 23-24 October.

Hay, L. (2015). Principals and Teacher Librarians: Partners in Leading Learning. [Workshop]. Connecting, Collaborating, Creating. Washington Library Media Association Conference (WMLA) 2015, Yakima, WA, USA, 15-17 October.

Hay, L. (2015). Implementing an iCentre approach: Your destiny, by design. [Workshop]. Connecting, Collaborating, Creating. Washington Library Media Association Conference (WMLA) 2015, Yakima, WA, USA, 15-17 October.

ifla2015satelliteTodd, R. & Hay, L. (2015). School Libraries & Guided Inquiry:
Taking Stock & Taking Action. [One Day Workshop]. IFLA 2015 Satellite Program: School Libraries & Guided Inquiry, NLSA Centre for the Book, Cape Town, South Africa, 13-14 August.
Full program details, slides and handouts available at  https://studentslearn.wordpress.com/presentations/ifla2015/

Todd, R. & Hay, L. (2015). Evidence of Evidence:  Insights into the EBP Journey of School Libraries. [Research Forum] International Association of School Librarianship (IASL) 44th Annual Conference and 19th International Forum on Research in School Librarianship, Maastricht, Netherlands, 28 June – 2 July.

Hay, L. (2014). Implementing an iCentre approach: Your destiny, by design. [Workshop] ‘Taking Charge of Your Destiny’, New Jersey Association of School Librarians (NJASL) Annual Conference, Long Branch, New Jersey, USA, 26-27 October.

Hay, L. (2014). Implementing an iCentre approach: Converging information, technology and curriculum leadership in schools. [Paper] International Association of School Librarianship (IASL) 43rd Annual Conference, Moscow, Russia, 25-30 August.

Hay, L. (2014). Does your school library make a difference? Building evidence of impact. [Workshop]. Skolbibliotekarielyftet Conference, Nässjö, Sweden, 13-14 March.

Hay, L. (2013). Project management and inquiry learning: The missing link. ASLA XXIII Biennial Conference. The Curriculum Experience: Connect, Integrate, Lead, 28 September-1 October, Hobart, Tasmania. [National level]

Hay, L. (2013). Building digital collections: Overview. ‘Resourcing for the Australian Curriculum: Building digital collections’, Syba Seminar, 9 September, Sydney. [National level] See BCE ResourceLink’s review of the presentations

Hay, L. (2013). Content curation. ‘Resourcing for the Australian Curriculum: Building digital collections’, Syba Seminar, 9 September, Sydney. [National level]

Hay, L. (2013). Inquiry Learning in a Web 2.0 World. The National Curriculum: Developing a Guided Inquiry & Web 2.0 approach, Syba Seminar, 21 June, Sydney. [National level]

Hay, L. (2013). The National Curriculum and tech tools. The National Curriculum: Developing a Guided Inquiry & Web 2.0 approach, Syba Seminar, 21 June, Sydney. [National level]

Todd, R. & Hay, L. (2013). Developing a National Curriculum unit for your school. [Workshop]. The National Curriculum: Developing a Guided Inquiry & Web 2.0 approach, Syba Seminar, 21 June, Sydney. [National level]

Hay, L. (2013). It’s personal! Student choice and preference for using technologies to support inquiry learning. ‘Digital Youth, Inquiry, and the Future School Library … Research to Practice. Are our schools prepared to deliver a 21st century education for digital youth?’, Center for International Scholarship in School Libraries (CISSL) 3rd International Research Symposium, New Brunswick, NJ, 26-27 April. [International level]

Hay, L. (2013). Digital youth, National Standards, literacy
and inquiry. [Panel]. ‘Digital Youth, Inquiry, and the Future School Library … Research to Practice. Are our schools prepared to deliver a 21st century education for digital youth?’, Center for International Scholarship in School Libraries (CISSL) 3rd International Research Symposium, New Brunswick, NJ, 26-27 April. [International level]

Hay, L. (2013). EBP for school libraries: Building evidence of your impact. [One day workshop]. ASLA ACT Teacher Librarians’ Professional Learning Day, Canberra, 16 February.  [State level]
Sessions included: (1) The What and Why of EBP; (2) How to Build Your Evidence Base; (3) The Who and When of EBP; and (4) Developing your EBP portfolio.

Hay, L. (2012). Learning design of SIS subject employing a reflective practice-based approach: Lessons learned in ETL401, INF506 & ETL507. SIS Sharing Practice Session, 24 October. [School level]

Hay, L. (2012). CSU’s new Assessment Policy: Implications for rubrics design. LTC Assessment Workshop Series, 12 December. [School level]

Hay, L. (2012). Building evidence and being strategic, that’s the name of the game. [Workshop] ‘Northern Escape – Connect, Create, Challenge’, School Library Association of Queensland (SLAQ) Conference, Cairns, 3-5 July. [State level]

Hay, L. & Pymm, B. (2011). Delivering LIS education online: Using Second Life to create the virtual classroom. WIS 2011 – International Workshop on Global Collaboration of Information Schools, Pre-Conference Workshop for International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries (ICADL 2011), Beijing, China, 24 October. [International level]

Hay, L. (2011). iPad App-fest. SIS LTC Sharing Practice in Online Learning & Teaching (SPOLT) session, School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, 14 September. [School level]

Hay, L. (2011). The What, Who, Why and How of Building an iCentre: Part 2. schoollibrarymanagement.com webinar series,  31 August. [National level]

Hay, L. (2011). The What, Who, Why and How of Building an iCentre: Part 1. schoollibrarymanagement.com webinar series,  29 June. [National level]

Gregory, S., Grenfell, J., Farley, H., Rive, P., Hearns, M., Shiratuddin, F., Hay, L., Jacka, L., Ellis, A., & Grant, S. (2011). Virtual worlds in Australian & New Zealand. [Poster session] 4th Annual Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education (VWBPE) Conference, Second Life, 17-19 March. [International level]

Keppell, M., Childs, M., Hay, L., Taffe, R., & Webster, L. (2011). Distributive Leadership and Transformative Institutional Change – Blended and Flexible Learning and a Teaching Fellowship Scheme. Education 2011 – 2021: Global challenges and perspectives of blended and distance learning. DEHub Summit Proceedings, Sydney, 15-18 February 2011. [International level]

Gregory, S., Farley, H., Ellis, A., Hay, L., Jacka, L., Webb, K. & Grant, S. (2011).  Can a virtual world take the distance out of education? [Symposium]. Education 2011 – 2021: Global challenges and perspectives of blended and distance learning. DEHub Summit Proceedings, Sydney, 15-18 February 2011. [International level]

Gregory, S., Willems, J., Wood, D., Hay, L., Ellis, A., & Jack, L. (2011). Learning and teaching in Second Life: Educator and student perspectives. Education 2011 – 2021: Global challenges and perspectives of blended and distance learning. DEHub Summit Proceedings, Sydney, 15-18 February 2011. [International level]

Hay, L. (2010). My PLE helps me… engage in professional learning on a daily basis, PLE lightning series: Experiences + relationships = better professionals, CSUED 2010 Conference, 10-11 November, Bathurst Campus [University level]

Hay, L. (2010). I wear my pyjamas while my avatar wears Prada, CSUED 2010 Conference, 10-11 November, Bathurst Campus [University level]

Hay, L., Pymm, B., Crease, R., & Lodge, D. (2010). The School of Information Studies Curriculum Renewal Experience: Lessons Learned, CSUED 2010 Conference, 10-11 November, Bathurst Campus [University level]

Gregory, S., Ellis, A., Jacka, L., Grant, S., McCormick, D., Wood, D., Hay, L., Farley, H. & Craven, D. (2010). Teaching in a virtual world: A snapshot and evaluation of different institutions. [Panel]. Learning and Teaching Week, “Ignite NSW” – Learning and Teaching with Technology – Virtual Worlds and the Quest for Integrated Learning, Macquarie University, NSW and jokaydia III, Second Life, 22 September. [National level]

Hay, L. & Crease, R. (2010). ‘Building engaging Interact sites @SIS’, ICT-Enabled Learning Community of Practice (CoP) forum 1, How to Create Engaging Interact sites, Friday, 19 February.  [University level]

Hay, L. (2010). School of Information Studies’ FLI Project: Re-designing courses/subjects through flexible and blended learning, 59 Minutes @ FLI, 26 August. [University level]

Hay, L. (2010). Expanding LIS pedagogical horizons through collaborative & immersive learning experiences for DE students, FLI Teaching Fellows Round Table, CSUED 2010 Pre-Conference Workshop, 9 November, Bathurst Campus [University level]

Hay, L. (2010). Introduction to Twitter. SIS LTC Sharing Practice in Online Learning & Teaching (SPOLT) session, School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, 19 May. [School level]

Hay, L. (2010). Blending with Web 2.0: Expanding our online learning environment. Faculty of Education, Flexible Learning Working Group Virtual Roundtable on Blended Learning, 15 April [Faculty level]

Hay, L. (2010). Is it time for an ‘Inquiry Make-Over’? …enter Guided Inquiry [Workshop]. Cairns Diocese Curriculum Conference Library Strand, Catholic Education Services, Cairns, Qld, 13 March. [Regional/State level]

Hay, L. (2010).  What would a school library of the future look like? [Workshop]. Cairns Diocese Curriculum Conference Library Strand, Catholic Education Services, Cairns, Qld, 13 March. [Regional/State level]

Hay, L. (2009). Recasting blended learning in a Web 2.0 world. Dialogue about blended learning. Flexible Learning Institute (FLI), Charles Sturt University. [Transcript]. [University level]. Retrieved from https://studentslearn.wordpress.com/lyn-hay-pubs/recasting-blended-learning/

Hay, L. & McGregor, J. (2009). Second Life. SIS LTC Sharing Practice in Online Learning & Teaching (SPOLT) session, School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, 18 December. [School level]

Hay, L. (2009). Recasting blended learning in a Web 2.0 world. Dialogue about blended learning. Flexible Learning Institute (FLI), Charles Sturt University. [Podcast]. [University level]. Retrieved from http://www.wix.com/blue100/FLI-Dialogue

Keppell, M., Childs, M., Uys, P., Hay, L., Crampton, A. & Cameron, D. (2009). Thought Pieces Panel – Dialogue about Blended Learning. ‘Leading and Learning in University Education’, CSUED09 Conference, Thurgoona Campus, Charles Sturt University, 26-27 November. [University level]

The main points I presented as part of the CSUED’09 panel session on blended learning (based on my FLI Fellowship project)

Hay, L., McGregor, J., & Wallis, J. (2009). There goes the neighbourhood! The School of Information Studies moves into Second Life. ‘Leading and Learning in University Education’, CSUED09 Conference, Thurgoona Campus, Charles Sturt University, 26-27 November. [University level]

Hay, L. & McGregor, J. (2009). TokBox web conferencing tool + Etherpad. SIS LTC Sharing Practice in Online Learning & Teaching (SPOLT) session, School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, 18 November. [School level]

Hay, L. & Crease, R. (2009). Learning design approach to subject development. SIS LTC PD Session No. 4, School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, 23 September. [School level]

Hay, L. & Crotty, R. (2009). Horses for courses: Mobilizing modules design using online, print & podcasts. ICT-Enabled Learning Community of Practice (CoP) forum 2,Imaginative Online Content’, Division of Learning & Teaching Services, Charles Sturt University, 21 August. [University level]

Lipu, S. & Hay, L. (2009). “We Need To Talk…”: An Exploration Of First Year DE Students’ Use Of Interact Chat. ‘Leading and Learning in University Education’, CSUED09 Conference, Thurgoona Campus, Charles Sturt University, 26-27 November. [University level]

Hay, L. (2009). Using Bridgit to provide ICT troubleshooting support for DE students. SIS LTC Sharing Practice in Online Learning & Teaching (SPOLT) session, School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, 29 July. [School level]

Hay, L. (2007). Tertiary Education Forum – Special Interest Groups session. (Panel) Hearts on Fire: Sharing the Passion, ASLA XX Biennial Conference, Adelaide, 2-5 October. [National level]

Hay, L. (2007). Assessment: Some issues. (Workshop) Tertiary Teaching Colloquium (TTC), Centre for Enhancing Learning and Teaching (CELT), Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, 17 September. [University level]

Hay, L. (2007). Methodology matters: Using Web 2.0 technologies to support student learning through the guided inquiry process. (Concurrent student presentation) Faculty of Education Research Higher Degree Student Workshop 2007, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, 9-10 July. [Faculty level]

Hay, L. (2007). An online conferencing approach to teaching. (Workshop) Foundation of Learning & Teaching (FULT), Centre for Enhancing Learning and Teaching (CELT) Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, 21 March. [University level]

Hay, L. (2006). Smart information use in schools: Concepts and practice. (Workshop) Moving beyond – Decisions and surprises!: School libraries, learning and teaching, School Library Association of Queensland (SLAQ) Conference, Mackay, Qld, 24-27 September. [State level]

Hay, L. (2005). TLs as information leaders. (Workshop). Libraries Lead!, MANTLE Conference, Newcastle, 1-2 April. [Regional level]

Hay, L. and Eyre, G. (2005). Smart information use: An exploration of research and practice. (Seminar). Meeting the Challenge, ASLA XIX Biennial Conference, Canberra, 10-13 April. [National level]

Hay, L. (2005). The times: Some observations & Changes in the wind? (Panel). Meeting the Challenge, ASLA XIX Biennial Conference, Canberra, 10-13 April. [National level]

Hay, L. (2005). Student learning through Australian school libraries: An analysis of student perceptions. (Seminar). Research Forum, Information leadership in a culture of change, the 34th Annual Conference for the International Association of School Librarianship (IASL), Hong Kong, China, 8-12 July. [International level]

Hay, L. & Eyre, G. (2005). Smart information use: The evolution of a new generation of information citizens. (Seminar). Research Forum, Information leadership in a culture of change, the 34th Annual Conference for the International Association of School Librarianship (IASL), Hong Kong, China, 8-12 July. [International level]

Hay, L. (2005). My experiences of applying for an ARC Linkage grant. (Panel session). ‘Matching Users With Information’ Community of Scholars workshop, Applying for External Grants, School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, 22 June. [School level]

Hay, L. (2005). ETL523 Information Policy Issues. (Panel). Centre for Enhancing Learning and Teaching (CELT) Writing and Revising Distance Education Learning Materials workshop, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, 23 June. [University level]

Hay, L. (2004). Managing information issues in schools through policy. (Workshop). Building An Information Literate School Community, Independent Education Union (IEU) Professional Development Day for Teacher Librarians and Principals, Orange, 28th June. [Regional level]

Hay, L. (2004). Managing information issues in schools through policy. (Workshop). School Libraries Conference (WA), Perth, 19 June. [State level]

Hay, L. (2004). Information leadership VSP: Vision, strategy, position. (Workshop). School Libraries Conference (WA), Perth, 19 June. [State level]

Hay, L. (2003). What is an Information Literate School Community? The Role of Principals and Teacher Librarians… (Guest Lecture). LIS686 Information Literacy and Learning Resources, Department of Information and Computer Science, University of Hawai’I at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawai’i, 17 March. [International level]

Hay, L. (2003). Information leadership: Managing effective ICT and information use in schools through policy. (Workshop). Island Journeys – A Quest for Inspiration, Australian School Library Association (ASLA) and Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Joint National Conference, Hobart, 2-5 October. [National level]

Hay, L. (2003). Teacher Librarianship Education Forum. (Forum Chair). Island Journeys – A Quest for Inspiration, Australian School Library Association (ASLA) and Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Joint National Conference, Hobart, 2-5 October. [National level]

Hay, L. (2002). Groupware: Supporting knowledge management in schools. School Libraries for a Knowledge Society, 31st Annual Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship, (IASL), Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, 5-9 August. [International level]

Hay, L. (2002). Groupware: Supporting knowledge management in schools. (Workshop). Read, Reflect & Reboot, School Library Association of Queensland Conference, Rockhampton, June. [State level]

Hay, L. (2002). Reboot. (Panel). Read, Reflect & Reboot, School Library Association of Queensland Conference, Rockhampton, June. [State level]

Note: presentations pre-2000 are not listed. Please contact Lyn Hay for details.

pRESS RELEASES, RADIO & NEWSPAPER INTERVIEWS (chronological)

‘Calling top teachers into the school library’, 8 June 2010. Charles Sturt University, Media Unit [Press release]

Radio interviews

ABC Radio Regional Bathurst (2BS) 9 June 2010

ABC Radio Regional Albury 10 June 2010

‘Shortage of teacher librarians in Australia’s schools’, ABC Radio 702 Sydney, Mornings with Deborah Cameron, 22 June 2010 [radio interview] Audio file (mp3) available

ABC Statewide (NSW) (with Fiona Wyllie, Regional Afternoons show) 22 June 2010

Newspaper articles

Robotham, J. (2010). BER library-building spree exposes teacher shortage, Higher Education Supplement, Sydney Morning Herald, 16 June.

Tarica, E. (2010). Library specialists being shelved: New school libraries are sprouting up across the nation, but who is going to staff them?, The Age, 9 August.

Ham, M. (2010). Learning by the book, Top Teachers Special Report in MyCareer section, Sydney Morning Herald, 30-31 October.

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