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Bee Gallegos is a full librarian serving as a liaison librarian to Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College and History in New College.
She began at ASU Library in February 1984 as a part-time temporary government documents librarian. Following that she was hired as one of two librarians to establish a library on the new West campus. After 4 years spent planning a new building, building a core collection, hiring staff, building outreach relationships with new faculty and developing services and policies the library moved into a permanent space as the first building on the West campus.
For many years Ms. Gallegos supported faculty & students in numerous disciplines: education, social work, criminal justice, sociology, psychology, recreation and travel/tourism, communication studies and nursing. In 2000 she was active in establishing information literacy competencies for the new freshmen as the West campus transitioned from upper division to all 4 years. In 2004 as Coordinator of Lower Division Instruction she led the effort to build an instruction program targeting first year students. That resulted in the development of a board game & an online [Fletcher Library Game Project: http://www.asu.edu.lib/game].
In 2007, Ms Gallegos assumed responsibility for acquisitions in Fletcher Library until centralization in 2009 when she became liaison for MLFTC and history within New College; she also has oversight of the Fletcher Library Test Collection and the Children’s & Young Adult Literature collection.
In 2013 she contributed to a project targeting transfer students https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5vGV_h7trA & the Learning Badges project developing tutorials for digital badges [http://badges.lib.asu.edu ]. Since 2014 Ms Gallegos has been co-lead of the Online Tutorials & Learning Team [OTL] revising& developing library tutorials with a number added to PRIMO a peer-reviewed national tutorials database supported by the Association of College & Research Libraries of the American Library Association.
Masters of Library Science. George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, TN
Bachelor of Science in History with minors in Library Science and English. University of North Alabama, Florence AL
Library instruction, Online learning, Gaming specifically games in education, Information literary.
Ms Gallegos has published numerous articles, book chapters and conference proceedings with LOEX, The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Innovations in Higher Education, the National University Research Institute, North Umbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services, the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), H.W. Wilson Company: Reference Shelf Series, Erlbaum Associates. She has been an invited presenter at numerous state, national & international conferences including including ALA TechSource Gaming, Learning & Libraries Symposium, National Association of College & Research Libraries Conference, Arizona Library Association, Annual Conference, Library Education West , LOEX Library Instruction Conference, Educause Connect, National Conference on Students in Transition, Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services.
Books & Book Chapters
Fehrmann, P. G. & O'Brien, N.P., Eds. (2001). Directory of Test Collections in Academic, Professional, and Research Libraries. Chicago: ACRL. Contributor to Committee publication
Gallegos, B., ed. (1994). English: Our Official Language? New York: H.W. Wilson Company (Reference Shelf Series)
Gallegos, B. & Allgood, T. (2008). “The Fletcher Library Game Project”. Chapter in Harris, A. & Rice, S. E. (Eds.), Gaming in Academic Libraries, pp.149-163. Chicago: ACRL.
Gallegos, B. & Wright, T. (2000). "Collaborations in the Field: Examples from a survey". Chapter in Raspa, D. & Ward, D. (Eds.), The Collaborative Imperative: Librarians and Faculty Working Together in the Information Universe. Pp. 97-113. Chicago: ACRL
Rillero, P. & Gallegos, B. (1998). “Databases: a Gateway to Research in Mathematics and Science Education”. Chapter in J.E. Malone, B. Atweh, & J. Northfield (Eds.), Research and Supervision in Mathematics and Science Education. pp. 323-349. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Refereed Journal Articles
Gallegos, B. & Rillero, P. (1996) “Bibliographic Database Competencies for Preservice Teachers” Journal of Technology & Teacher Education, 4 (3/4): 231-246. (published March 1997).
Gallegos, B. & Kammerlocher, L. (1991, July). "A History of Library Services to Mexican-Americans and Native Americans in Arizona" Journal of the West, 33(3): 79-89.
Non-Refereed Journal Articles
Gallegos, B. (1996, Fall). “Educational Resources” Partnerships: College of Education Newsletter for Mentor Teachers p. 2.
Gallegos, B., Kratz, C.E., & Spain, V.J. (1995, March). “Internet Resources for Education” College & Research Libraries News 56(3):153-154,156-157.
Levine, J. (2008, April). Broadening Gaming Services in Libraries. Library Technology Reports, 44(3): 29-31. Interviewed by Jenny Levine for content for Case Study 8.
Gallegos, B., Isbell, D., Kammerlocher, L., Pannabecker, V. (2014, May). “Mixing it Up: Librarian-Faculty Collaboration to Develop and Implement a Digital Learning Badges Program Promoting Information Literacy”. IN Sietz, B. (Ed.). Creative Visualization: The Art of Information Literacy. Forty-second National LOEX Library Instruction Conference Proceedings, Grand Rapids, MI, May 8-10, 2014. Ypsilanti, MI: LOEX Press.
Gallegos, B., Allgood, T., Grondin, K. (2009, July). “Quarantined: The Fletcher Library Game Project” IN Sietz, B. & Valko, T. (Eds.). Uncharted Waters: Tapping the Depths of Our Community to Enchance Learning. Thirty-fifth National LOEX Library Instruction Conference Proceedings, San Diego, CA, May 3-5, 2007. (pp. 133-138). Ypsilanti. MI: LOEX Press.
Gallegos, B., Allgood, T., & Grondin, K. (2008). Quarantined: The Fletcher Library Game Project. In Sietz, B. (Eds.). Uncharted Waters: Tapping the Depths of Our Community to Enhance Learning: Thirty-Fifth National Library Orientation Exchange (LOEX ) Instruction Conference Proceedings, San Diego, CA May 3-5, 2007, pp. 133-138. Ypsilanti, MI: Library Orientation Exchange (LOEX) Press.
Gallegos, B., Grondin, K., Allgood, T., Duate, M., Rostad, A. (2008). “Let the Games Begin! Changing Our Instruction to Reach Millennials! In Valko, T., & Sietz, B. (Eds.), Moving Targets: Understanding Our Changing Landscapes: Thirty-fourth National LOEX Library Instruction Conference Proceeding, Baltimore, MD. (pp. 89-92). Ypsilanti. MI: LOEX Press.
Gallegos, B., Isbell, D. & Kammerlocher, L. (2004). “Assessing Undergraduate Information Competency Skills: Opportunities, Outcomes and Challenges”. In S. Parker, S. (Ed.), Library Measures to Fill the Void: Assessing the Outcomes (pp. 181-186). Proceedings of the 5th North Umbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services. Newcastle upon Tyne: Emerald.
Gallegos, B. & Rillero, P. (1996).” Gateways to Educational Resources: Database Competencies for Preservice Teachers.” In B. Robin, J.D. Price, J.Willis, & D.A. Willis (Eds.), Technology and Teacher Education Annual, 1996, Proceedings of SITE 96, Seventh International Conference of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, 314-318.
Gallegos, B., Isbell, D., Niewenhous, S., & Spencer, J. (1995, Feb 15-17). “Information Literacy: the Key to Lifelong Learning”. In Innovations in Higher Education: Technology & Workplace Literacy, Proceedings of the National University Research Institute Lifelong Learning Annual Conference, San Diego.
How Librarians Are Winning the West: Development of a Scalable Digital Learning Badges Program for Information & Research Proficiency, Library Education Conference [formerly known as LOEX of the West], Portland, July 2014.
Mixing It Up: Librarian-Faculty Collaboration to Develop and Implement a Digital Learning Badges Program Promoting Information Literacy (collaborated with Dennis Isbell, Lisa Kammerlocher, & Virginia Pannabecker). LOEX Library Instruction Conference, Grand Rapids, MI, May 8-10, 2014.
Mixing It Up: Librarian-Faculty Collaboration to Develop and Implement a Digital Learning Badges Program Promoting Information Literacy ENCORE Webinar based on LOEX presentation. June 2014.
Overcoming Obstacles in Online Learning: Best Practices for Digital Badges in Higher Ed. Invited presentation (with Lisa Kammerlocher, Virginia Pannabecker & Kevin Pardon) Presented with V. Pannabecker & K. Pardon. Educause Connect 2014, Portland, Feb 2014.
Developing a Flash Game to Teach Information Skills LOEX of the West Conference, Las Vegas, June 2008.
Lessons Learned From Building an Information Literacy Game, Invited Panelist with Paul Waelchi (U of Dubuque), Chris Thomas (U of Calgary) & Karen Markey (U of Mich). Second ALA TechSource Gaming, Learning & Libraries Symposium, Chicago, Nov 3, 2008
Quarantined: The Fletcher Library Game Project (With Tammy Allgood & Karen Grondin). LOEX Conference, San Diego, May 2007.
Axl Wise & the Information Outbreak: A Flash Game to Teach Information Skills (With Karen Grondin & Aaron Rostad). Arizona State Library Association, Annual Conference, Mesa, November 15, 2007.
Quarantined: Axl Wise and the Information Outbreak: Creating an Online Game to Teach Information Literacy Skills (with Tammy Allgood), Invited presentation First Annual ALA TechSource Gaming, Learning & Libraries Symposium, Chicago, July 2007
From Both Sides of the Table: Advice For Applicants and Employers in the Job Search Process (With Marilyn Myers & Dennis Isbell), Arizona State Library Association, Annual Conference, Mesa, November 16, 2006.
Let the Games Begin! Changing Our Instruction to Reach Millennials! (With K. Grondin & T. Allgood), LOEX Conference, Baltimore, May 2006.
Scalable, Relevant, Tailored: Implementing a First-Year Library Instruction Program (With T. Allgood & M. Duarte), Arizona State Library Association, Annual Conference, Mesa, October 13, 2005.
Information Competencies for First Year Students: Curriculum and Assessment (With L. Kammerlocher & D. Isbell), LOEX of the West, Boise, June 2004.
An Information Competencies Curriculum & Assessment for First-Year Students (with D. Isbell & L. Kammerlocher), Tenth National Conference on Students in Transition, Orlando, Nov 2003
Assessing Undergraduate Information and Technology Skills: Opportunities, Outcomes & Challenges (With L. Kammerlocher, D. Isbell), 5th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services, Durham England, July 2003.
Assessing Information Literacy, With Kathleen Collins, Dennis Isbell, Lisa Kammerlocher. Tenth ACRL Conference, Denver March 17, 2001.
Creating Successful Librarian-Faculty Collaborations: the State of the Art, with Dane Ward and others based on The Collaborative Imperative. Tenth ACRL Conference, Denver, March 17, 2001
Gateways to Educational Resources: Database Competencies for Preservice Teachers, with P. Rillero. Seventh International Conference of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE), Phoenix, March 13,1996. Paper was included on Computers & the K-6 Classroom: Kids Can Do! CD-ROM 1.0. Dept of Science & Mathematics Education, University of Melbourne, Australia, 1997.
Information Literacy: the Key to Lifelong Learning, with D. Isbell, S. Niewenhous & J. Spencer. 1995 Lifelong Learning Conference, San Diego, February 1995
A Total Quality Service Project to Address Basic Library Skills, with BISS TQS Team. Fourth Annual Governor’s Conference on Quality, October 1994
Digging at ASU West: Finding Information About the Homeless with S. Niewenhous. Homelessness: Current Issues, Practices & Research Conference sponsored by the Downtown Neighborhood Learning Center & ASU West, Phoenix, September 1994
Building a Collection Development Team in an Academic Library with J. Spencer. Arizona State Library Association, Annual Conference, CULD Contributed Papers Session, December 1993
CD-ROM: Large Libraries and Special Needs, Ways to Make Them Work for You, Invited Speaker, Arizona State Library Association, Annual Conference, November 1989
Traveling First Class: Enhanced Professionalism, Panel Presentation, "The Road Less Traveled: Two Libraries Find New Routes to Meet Traditional Needs". Fifth National Assoc. of College & Research Libraries Conference, Cincinnati, April 1989
CD-ROM, What is It and What's Its Place in the Library Environment, Invited Panel Member, Arizona State Library Association, Annual Conference, Fall 1987
New Technologies for Retrieving Information, Invited Speaker, Arizona State Library Association Annual Conference, November 1986
A Scalable Digital Learning Badges Program: Faculty-Librarian Collaboration For Certification of Research Skills, Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, January 2015.
Digital Learning Badges as a Mechanism for Certifying Information Research Skills. E-Learning & Innovative Pedagogies International Conference 2014, Forest Grove, October 2014.
Digital Badges in Higher Ed: Certifying Research Skills That Impress Professors and Future Employers (with G. Pannebecker, K. Pardon & L. Kammerlocher), Educause Connect 2014, Portland, Feb 2014. Contributed to content, co-presented with G. Pannebecker & K. Pardon.
Listening and Collaborating: Stepping Stones to Implementing Digital Learning Badges (with L. Kammerlocher, D. Isbell, K. Grimes, A. Gohr).GWLA Student Learning Outcomes Conference, Las Vegas, Nov 2013. Contributed to content
Creating an Information Curriculum and Assessment for First-Year Students: a Case Study, (with L. Kammerlocher & D. Isbell), E-Learn 2003, World Conference, Phoenix, Nov 2003. Coordinated submission, contributed to content, co-presented with D.Isbell
Building Unity in a Learning CommUNITY: When AND is Better Than OR (with L. Kammerlocher & E. McKennon). Submitted 12/2001 & accepted for Instruction Section Annual Program, Atlanta, June 2002, co-presented with L. Kammerlocher
An Analysis of ASU West Students Information Technology Skills (with D. Isbell, L. Kammerlocher & L. Shell) 6th Annual Faculty Research Poster Session, ASU West, Oct 2001, co-presented with Isbell & Kammerlocher
Charting Your Course Through the Academic Library Hiring Process (with E. Mitchell & E. Gonzalez) American Library Association Annual Conference June 1993, co-presented with E. Mitchell & E. Gonzalez
Team Building in an Academic Library (with J. Spencer & d. farrelly) American Library Association Annual Conference, June 1993, co-presented with J. Spencer
Educational Research in the Electronic Library Simplified Arizona Educational Research Organization/Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association Joint Conference, November 1990
Establishing a Document Delivery Service at a Branch Campus Library, American Library Association Annual Conference, July 1988
Integrating New Technology in Academic Library Reference Services (with H. Harken) American Library Association Annual Conference, June 1987, co-presented