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Clarke Iakovakis: Profile

Professional Service & Memberships

  • TxETDA Board Member (2018-)
  • Texas Conference on Digital Libraries planning committee (2017-)
  • American Library Association
  • Texas Library Association
  • Association of College & Research Libraries

Selected Publications & Presentations

Selected Presentations

Centralizing ETD Processing in the Library: Owning the Roles of ETD Administration, Research Librarianship, and Scholarly Communications." US Electronic Theses & Dissertation Association Annual Conference. October 2018. Session Description. Session Materials.

Introduction to R for Libraries." Three-part webinar. Sponsored by the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS). May 2018. Session Description.

Database Usage in Context: Wrangling Vendor, Library, and Institutional Data." Webinar at the Amigos Library Services Online Conference Wrangling Library Data: Analytics, Dashboards, and Spreadsheets. February 2018. Session Description. Session Materials.

Personalizing Assessment: Making Collections Data Work for You." Panel presentation at the American Library Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL. June 2017. Session Description. Session Materials.

Revitalizing the Curriculum Library: Analyzing the Collection, Surveying Faculty, and Forming a College of Education Advisory Group." Lightning talk co-presented at the Education and Behavioral Sciences Section (EBSS) Research Forum at the ALA Annual Conference. Sponsored by EBSS. Chicago, IL. June 2017. Session Description (p. 17). Session Materials.

I Don't Know What I'm Looking At: Understanding Student Libguide Use with Eye-Tracking Software." Paper co-presented at the Association of College & Research Libraries Biennial Conference. Baltimore, MD. March 2017. Conference Paper.

Developing Library Services for Digital Humanities & E-Science Support Using Qualitative Research." Co-presented at Digital Frontiers. Denton, TX. September 2014. Session Description. Session materials.

Thesis: An interdisciplinary inquiry into the ethics codes of the helping professions: Interpretations of moral principles and professional responsibilities