Jess Hagman


Curriculum vitae


[email protected]


Social Sciences, Health & Education LIbrary


University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign



Presentations


Hagman, J. (2022, November 16). Planning qualitative analysis of survey and interview data. Presentation for the Illinois Extension Annual Conference. Urbana, IL.
 
Hagman, J. (2022, November 11). And then? Moving from qualitative data to analysis. Presentation for the IRDL Online Research Conference. Online. 
Hagman, J., Carroll, M., & Reed, M. (2022, October 13). Defining data, data services, and data librarianship through job ad analysis. Poster presentation at the Southeast Data Librarians Symposium. Online. 
Hagman, J. & Cuddihy, M. (2022, October 12). Models of qualitative research support infrastructure. Presentation at the Southeast Data Librarians Symposium. Online. 
Hagman, J. (2022, October 6). Engaging with qualitative researchers and facilitating qualitative data analysis. Workshop at the Midwest Data Librarians Symposium. Online. 
Hagman, J. (2022, June 22). Facilitating qualitative analysis and CAQDAS use outside the classroom. Presentation for the CAQDAS Networking Project. Online. 

Hagman, J. (2022, March 16). Asking the big questions that guide small decisions: Developing academic library infrastructure in support of graduate students qualitative research. Presentation at Transforming Libraries to Serve Graduate Students. Online.

Hagman, J. & Bussell, H. (2021, Oct 20). Qualitative researchers need data literacy too: Addressing qualitative data and methods in library data services. Presentation at the Midwest Data Librarians Symposium. Online. 
Hagman, J. & Bussell, H. (2021, May 25). Opening the conversation: Expanding definitions of data literacy and library infrastructure for qualitative research. Presentation at the Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference. Online.
Hagman, J. (2021, April). ACRL 21: Centering Analysis Strategies and Open Tools for Qualitative Data Analysis . Presented at the Association of College & Research Libraries Conference, Virtual.

Hagman, J. (2019, September). Whose truth? Countering the post-truth panic. Presentation presented at the Mindfulness, Media, & Misinformation in the Digital Age Symposium, Kokomo, IN.

Hagman, J. (2018, November). Resisting the appeal of the fake news narrative. Facilitated roundtable presented at the Critical Librarianship and Pedagogy Conference, Tucson, AZ.

Addressing alternative facts in the basic course: Reinforcing our relevance while preserving our legacy. (2017, November). Panel presentation to the National Communication Association Annual Conference, Dallas, TX.

#FakeNews: Ohio libraries take action on misinformation. (2017, October). Panel presentation to the Academic Library Association of Ohio Annual Conference, Columbus, OH.

Hagman, J. & Crawford, R.P. (2017, May). Building an information literacy structure in the public speaking course. Presentation to the ALAO Instruction Interest Group Annual Workshop, Columbus, OH

Hagman, J. (2016, November). Library 101: Developing and assessing a social media campaign. Presentation at the Library Marketing and Communications Conference, Dallas, TX.

Bussell, J. Hagman, J. & Guder, C.S. (2015). Mixin’ it up: Using a mixed-methods approach to understand graduate research needs. Presented at the Association of College & Research Libraries Conference, Portland, OR.

Hagman, J. (2015, November). Library 101: Developing and assessing a social media campaign. Poster presented at the Academic Library Association of Ohio Annual Conference, Lewis Center, OH.

Hagman, J. (2015, May). Sustainable social media marketing strategies. Presented at the Academic Library Association of Ohio Collection Management Interest Group Annual Meeting, Columbus, OH.

Bussell, H., Hagman, J. & Guder, C. (2014, August). Mixin’ it up: A student-centered approach to needs assessment survey development. Poster presented at the Library Assessment Conference, Seattle, WA. 

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