Anne-Marie Deitering

Undergraduate Services Librarian

121 The Valley Library
Corvallis, OR 97331-4501
Phone: 541-737-9973
Fax: 541-737-8224
Email:

Primary responsibilities

Design and delivery of services for undergraduates.

Library work groups:

Professional associations

American Library Association
Association of College and Research Libraries
Instruction Section
Oregon Library Association
Library Instruction Round Table (Chair, 2004-2005)
Academic/ACRL Oregon (Board, Member at Large, 2007-2009)

Teaching Resources

Tutorials for Ecampus WR 121

Using Wikipedia to Explore a Topic
WR 121 Information Literacy Portfolio, Assignment #2

This is a static html version of an assignment delivered in Blackboard. Please contact me (below) if you would like to see the Blackboard version

Selected Publications

(In press) Deitering, A.M. and Jameson, S. (Summer 2008). Step by Step through the Scholarly Conversation: A Collaborative Library/Writing Faculty Project to Embed Information Literacy and Promote Critical Thinking in First Year Composition at Oregon State University. College and Undergraduate Libraries, 15(1/2).

(In press). Deitering, A.M. (2008). Using Wikipedia to Eavesdrop on the Scholarly Conversation. Case study in Information Literacy Meets Library 2.0. (J.E. Parker and P. Godwin, Editors). Facet Publishing.

(In press) Deitering, A.M. (2007). Reflection and Thinking and all of that Stuff: Learning, Engagement and the Net Generation. Chapter in Our New Public, A Changing Clientele. (Gerard McCabe, James R. Kennedy and Lisa Vardeman, Editors). Libraries Unlimited Library Management Collection.

Deitering A.M. and Bridgewater, R. (Spring 2007). Stop reinventing the wheel: Using wikis for professional knowledge sharing. Journal of Web Librarianship, 1(1).

McMillen, P. & Deitering, A.M. (2007). Complex questions, evolving answers: creating a multidimensional assessment strategy to build support for the "teaching library"." Public Services Quarterly, 3:1/2.

Deitering, A.M. & Huston, S. (Winter 2004). Weblogs and the "middle space" for learning. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 8:4.

Selected Presentations

Teaching and Learning with Emerging Technologies (with Margaret Mellinger)
co-sponsored by The Valley Library and the OSU Center for Teaching and Learning
October 30, 2007 (Corvallis, Oregon)

What’s important about the emerging web: Beyond the hype of 2.0 (with Rachel Bridgewater)
University of Washington Libraries
August 30, 2007 (Seattle, Washington)

Learning 1.0 in a 2.0 World (Explore, Discover, Share)
Western Washington University
July 19, 2007 (Bellingham, Washington)

Archivists in a Web 2.0 World: How Can We Make Social Software Tools Work for Us? (with Tiah Edmunson-Morton and Ann Lally)
Northwest Archivists
May 19, 2007 (Moscow, Idaho)

Research Instruction in a Web 2.0 World
California Clearinghouse on Library Instruction
May 11, 2007 (Sacramento, California)
Audio available (CCLI podcast) (works best in Firefox)

Towards a Learning Commons
Oregon Library Association
April 19, 2007 (Corvallis, Oregon)
Bibliography (PDF)

Reading, Writing, and Connecting on the Web: What Social Software Means for You and Your Patrons (with Rachel Bridgewater)
PORTALS workshop
April 13, 2007 (Portland, Oregon)

Finding Common Ground on the Read/Write Web: Developing Your Expertise to Make Friends and Influence Learning on Your Campus - opens in PDF
Online Northwest 2007
February 16, 2007 (Corvallis, Oregon)

Invited Panelist
Resistance is Futile: Academic Meets the NeXt Generation
ACRL Oregon/Washington Annual Joint Conference
October 26, 2006, Corbett, Oregon

The Read/Write Web: Understanding Social Software (with Rachel Bridgewater)
Oregon Library Association Support Staff Division Annual Conference
July 21, 2006 (Keizer, Oregon)

Research Instruction in a Web 2.0 World (with Rachel Bridgewater)
ACRL/IS Current Issues Discussion Forum
ALA Annual Conference, June 25, 2006 (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Strike while the iron is hot! Integrating information literacy into campus assessment efforts (with Jeanne Davidson) -- opens in PowerPoint.
WILU 35: Charting a Course for Instruction
May 10-12, 2006 (Wolfville, Nova Scotia)

Web 2.0: Understanding social software and what it means for your patrons (with Rachel Bridgewater)
Preconference Workshop
Oregon Library Association Annual Conference, April 5, 2006 (Salem, Oregon)

From Wikis to iPods: New technology & readers' advisory (with Rachel Bridgewater)
Part of Reader's Advisory.... the Next Chapter (preconference workshop sponsored by the Public Libraries Division of OLA)
Oregon Library Association Annual Conference, April 5, 2006 (Salem, Orgeon)

Information Literacy for All
OSU TRIAD Club
27 October 2005

Collaborating with Wiki (with Rachel Bridgewater)
Internet Librarian International, October 10-11, 2005 (London, England)

One size fits all… or does it: Developing scalable information literacy instruction for high enrollment courses (with Richenda Wilkinson)
LOEX 2005, May 12-14, 2005 (Louisville, Kentucky)