Conference Presentations (Refereed)


Thompson, Kim. M., and Lisa M. Given. 2017. “STEMing information studies: Exploring educational opportunities to enhance gender equity.” Community Engagement & Social Responsibility – the Association for Library and Information Science Education Annual Conference. Atlanta USA, January.

Given, Lisa M., Wade Kelly, and Alain Deloire. 2016. “Bridging the research-user gap in mobile app development: An exploratory study of users’ experiences with FitVine and VitiCanopy.” Bridging the Gap: From Research to Practice in Information Studies – Research Applications in Information and Library Science (RAILS) Annual Conference. Wellington, New Zealand, December.

Partridge, Helen, Lisa M. Given, and Damian Lodge. 2016. “What research topics should be explored in the Australasian library and information profession? A panel discussion.” Bridging the Gap: From Research to Practice in Information Studies – Research Applications in Information and Library Science (RAILS) Annual Conference. Wellington, New Zealand, December.

Byström, Katrina, Lisa M. Given, Heather O’Brien, Adebe Rorissa, and Irene Lopatovska. 2016. “Professional development strategies for mid-career faculty (panel).” Creating Knowledge, Enhancing Lives through Information & Technology – the 79th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology. Copenhagen, Denmark, October.

Given, Lisa M., Rebekah Willson, Lauren Albrecht, and Shannon Scott. 2016. “Information in crisis: Health and technology-related information behaviors of parents in emergency departments.” Creating Knowledge, Enhancing Lives through Information & Technology – the 79th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology. Copenhagen, Denmark, October.

Given, Lisa M., and Wade B. Kelly. 2016. “Collectivist information behavior: Mentoring circles as sites for knowledge creation.” Creating Knowledge, Enhancing Lives through Information & Technology – the 79th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology. Copenhagen, Denmark, October.

Given, Lisa M., Alain Deloire, Wade B. Kelly, and Philip Paschke. 2016. Valuing user experience testing in web app development: An exploratory study of FitVine and VitiCanopy (poster). Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference. Adelaide SA, Australia.

Given, Lisa M., Alain Deloire, Wade B. Kelly, and Philip Paschke. 2016. Fostering knowledge transfer through effective interpersonal communication: An exploratory study of interactive wine tasting seminars (poster). Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference. Adelaide SA, Australia.

Given, Lisa M., and Dinesh Rathi. 2016. “Knowledge sharing by Canadian non-profit organizations (NPOs) with community stakeholders.” Information Science in our Communities: Reflections on our Work and the People, Places and Institutions around Us – the 44th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Calgary AB, Canada, May.

Rathi, Dinesh, and Lisa M. Given. 2016. “Use of technology in non-profit organizations (NPOs) for knowledge management.” Information Science in our Communities: Reflections on our Work and the People, Places and Institutions around Us – the 44th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Calgary AB, Canada, May.

Kelly, Wade, and Lisa M. Given. 2016. “Communicating with communities: Documenting academics’ needs to foster engagement.” Energizing Communities – Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference. Calgary AB, Canada, June.

Kelly, Wade, and Lisa M. Given. 2016. “Engaging for impact: An exploration of global trends affecting academics’ connections to community.” Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education. Calgary AB, Canada, June.

Woodgate, Rob, Elly Hodgkinson, Lisa M. Given, Tim Klapdor, Marta Hernandez-Jover, Luzia Rast and Lynne Hayes. 2015. “Engaging livestock smallholders using online resources (poster).” 2015 Australasia-Pacific Extension Network (APEN) Conference: Managing Change, Innovation and Action in an Ever-Shrinking World. Adelaide SA, Australia, November.

Given, Lisa M., Wade Kelly and Rebekah Willson. 2015. “Bracing for impact: The role of information science in supporting societal research impact.” Information Science with Impact: Research in and for the Community – the 78th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology. St Louis, MO, USA, November.

Given, Lisa M., Wade Kelly, Rebekah Willson, and Alain Deloire. 2015. “Expanding information horizons for impact: Exploring information behaviours in wine industry research.” Expanding Horizons – the 2015 Conference on Research Applications in Library and Information Science. Sydney NSW, July.

Given, Lisa M., and Rebekah Willson. 2015. “Models for effective research engagement: LIS professionals and scholars working together for success.” EBLIP8 – Eighth International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference. Brisbane QLD, July.

Rathi, Dinesh, and Lisa M. Given. 2015. “Australian non-profit sector, knowledge management and social media (poster).” Time is of the essence: Organizing people, data, information and knowledge as memory and participation – the 43rd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Ottawa ON, Canada, June.

Thorpe, Karen, Julien Hansen, Susan Danby, Sandra Grant, Sandra Houen, Christina Davidson, and Lisa M. Given. 2014. “Digital equity and the early childhood classroom.” Australian Association for Research in Education Annual Conference – Speaking Back through Research. Brisbane QLD, December.

Rathi, Dinesh, Lisa M. Given, and Eric Forcier. 2014. “Understanding the types of knowledge representations to meet non-profit organisations’ knowledge needs.” Connecting Collections, Cultures and Communities – the 77th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology. Seattle WA, USA, November.

Given, Lisa M., Denise Cantrell Winkler, Rebekah Willson, Christina Davidson, Susan Danby, and Karen Thorpe. 2014. “Documenting young children’s technology use: Observations in the home.” Connecting Collections, Cultures and Communities – the 77th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology. Seattle WA, USA, November.

Given, Lisa M., Deborah Hicks, Theresa J. Schindel, and Rebekah Willson. 2014. “The informing nature of talk & text: Discourse analysis as a research approach in information science (panel).” Connecting Collections, Cultures and Communities – the 77th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology. Seattle WA, USA, November.

Scott, Shannon, Lisa M. Given, Lauren Albrecht, Lisa Hartling, David Johnson, Mona Jabbour, and Terry P. Klassen. 2014. “Information needs and preferences of healthcare providers and healthcare consumers in 32 general emergency departments in Canada: Findings from the Translating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK) Knowledge Mobilization Initiative (poster).” 2014 Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians. Ottawa ON, Canada, May/June 2014.

Scott, Shannon, Lisa M. Given, Lauren Albrecht, Lisa Hartling, David Johnson, Mona Jabbour, and Terry P. Klassen. 2014. “Information needs and preferences of healthcare providers and healthcare consumers in 32 general emergency departments in Canada: Findings from the Translating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK) Knowledge Mobilization Initiative (poster).” 2014 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting. Dallas TX, USA, May 2014.

Schindel, Teresa J., and Lisa M. Given. 2014. “‘Collaboration’ is the new black: Independent pharmacist prescribing in a collaborative environment.” Connecting Across Borders: Globalization and Information Science Research – the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. St. Catharines ON, Canada, May.

Kelly, Wade and Lisa M. Given. 2014. “Sexual and gender minority information behaviour and deficits: A case for increased access in a rural context.” Connecting Across Borders: Globalization and Information Science Research – the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. St. Catharines ON, Canada, May.

Rathi, Dinesh, Lisa M. Given, Eric Forcier and Sarah Vela. 2014. “Every task its tool, every tool its task: Social media use in Canadian non-profit organizations.” Connecting Across Borders: Globalization and Information Science Research – the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. St. Catharines ON, Canada, May.

Vela, Sarah, Eric Forcier, Dinesh Rathi, and Lisa M. Given. 2014. “Disseminating, assimilating and creating: A social knowledge cycle model for non-profit organizations.” Connecting Across Borders: Globalization and Information Science Research – the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. St. Catharines ON, Canada, May.

Rathi, Dinesh, Lisa M. Given, and Eric Forcier. 2014. “Non-profits and the use of social technologies for knowledge management (poster).” Connecting Across Borders: Globalization and Information Science Research – the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. St. Catharines ON, Canada, May.

Rathi, Dinesh, Lisa M. Given, and Eric Forcier. 2014. “Forging the key: Unlocking social knowledge in non-profit organizations.” 7th Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research. St. Catharines ON, Canada, May.

Liu, Ying-Hsang, Paul Scifleet and Lisa M. Given. 2014. “Contexts of information seeking in self-tracking and the design of lifelogging systems.” iConference Workshop – Beyond Single-Shot Text Queries: Bridging the Gap(s) Between Research Communities. Berlin, Germany, March.

Rathi, Dinesh, Lisa M. Given, and Eric Forcier. 2014. “The heart of knowledge: Shifting paradigms in the knowledge management of information organisations.” Managing Libraries in the Changing Information World: From Surviving to Thriving – the 59th Indian Library Association International Conference. Roorkee, India, February.

Ward, Wesley, and Lisa M. Given. 2014. “Communication between agricultural scientists in international teams for rural development.” Australian Science Communications National Conference 2014. Brisbane, QLD, Australia, February.

Danby, Susan, Christina Davidson, Lisa M. Given, Karen Thorpe. 2013. “Young children integrating technologies with play objects.” Australian Association for Research in Education Annual International Conference. Adelaide SA, Australia, December.

Forcier, Eric, Dinesh Rathi, and Lisa M. Given. 2013. “Knowledge management and social media: A case study in two Canadian public libraries.” 9th International Conference on Knowledge Management. Montreal, Canada, November.

Given, Lisa M., Eric Forcier, and Dinesh Rathi. 2013. “Social media and community knowledge: An ideal partnership for non-profit organizations.” Beyond the Cloud: Rethinking Information Boundaries – 76th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science & Technology Annual. Montreal PQ, Canada, November.

Given, Lisa M., Devon Greyson, Heather O’Brien, and Rafa Absar. 2013. Exploring the complexities of information practices through arts-based research (panel). Beyond the Cloud: Rethinking Information Boundaries – the 76th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. Montreal PQ, Canada, November.

Danby, Susan, Maryanne Theobald, Christina Davidson, Karen Thorpe, Julie Hansen and Lisa M. Given. 2013. Accomplishing young children’s web searching in pre-school classrooms: Home-school connections. Narrative pragmatics: Culture, cognition, context – 13th International Pragmatics Conference. New Delhi, India, September.

Scriven, Brooke, Christina Davidson, Susan Danby, Karen Thorpe, and Lisa M. Given. 2013. ‘Barbie in a mermaid tale’: The social accomplishment of play through simultaneous onscreen and offscreen actions. Narrative pragmatics: Culture, cognition, context – 13th International Pragmatics Conference. New Delhi, India, September.

Croft-Piggin, Lindy, and Lisa M. Given. 2013. Qualitative methodology and ‘spatial justice’ theory: What are the implications for critical, rural social research? Advances in Qualitative Methods 2013. Edmonton AB, Canada, June.

Julien, Heidi, and Lisa M. Given. 2013. ‘I just felt angry…’: Affect in undergraduates’ information behaviour as they negotiate research expectations in the university. Information: Interactions and Impact – I3 2013. Aberdeen Scotland, June.

Forcier, Eric, Dinesh Rathi, and Lisa M. Given. 2013. Tools of engagement for knowledge management: Using social media to capture non-profit organizations’ stories. Tales from the Edge: Narrative Voice in Information Research and Practice – the 41st Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Victoria BC, Canada, June.

Burford, Sally, and Lisa M. Given. 2013. An absence of voice: Web information architecture in small and medium enterprises. Tales from the Edge: Narrative Voice in Information Research and Practice – the 41st Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Victoria BC, Canada, June.

Julien, Heidi, and Lisa M. Given. 2013. ‘I’s just slamming the keyboard it was so frustrating’: Undergraduates’ emotional narratives of the research process. Tales from the Edge: Narrative Voice in Information Research and Practice – the 41st Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Victoria BC, Canada, June.

De Long, Kathleen, Lisa M. Given, Heidi Julien, Susan Barker, Anne Carr-Wiggin, Darel Bennedbaek and Anna Opryshko. 2013. Through the eyes of students: An inquiry into undergraduates’ research skills and practices. Always the Beautiful Question: Inquiry Supporting Teaching, Research and Professional Practice – Association for Library and Information Science Education 2013. Seattle WA, USA, January.

Danby, Susan, Christina Davidson, MaryAnne Theobald, Sandra Grant, Charlotte Cobb-Moore, Sandy Houen, Karen Thorpe, Lisa M. Given and Brooke Scriven. 2012. At the weekend: Family practices using the web. Knowledge and Asymmetries in Action – 2012 Biennial Conference of the Australasian Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (AIEMCA). Brisbane QLD, Australia, November.

Given, Lisa M., Donald O. Case, and Heidi Julien. 2012. The evolution of information behavior research: Looking back to see the future (panel). Information, Interaction, Innovation: Celebrating the Past, Constructing the Present, and Creating the Future – the 75th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. Baltimore MD, USA, October.

Albrecht, Lauren, Lisa M. Given and Shannon Scott. 2012. Mixed methods data collection using iPads: Experiences from Translating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK). 18th Qualitative Health Research (QHR) Conference. Montreal PQ, Canada, October.

Albrecht, Lauren, Shannon Scott, Lisa M. Given. 2012. Survey data collection using an iPad app: Experiences from the Translating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK). Health Research Transfer Network of Alberta (RTNA) 2012 Conference – The Heart of the Innovation Journey. Banff AB, Canada, October.

Julien, Heidi, Lisa M. Given, and Anna Opryshko. 2012. Photovoice: A promising method for studies of individuals’ information practices. ISIC 2012: The Information Behaviour Conference. Tokyo, Japan, September.

Hider, Philip and Lisa M. Given. 2012. Web-based community information in Australia: Public libraries and beyond. RAILS 8 – Research Applications in Information and Library Studies 2012 Conference. Adelaide SA, June.

Given, Lisa M., and Ali Grotkowski. 2012. Just what do Scholars do? A qualitative exploration of text analysis tools for information visualization. Information in a Local and Global Context – the 40th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Waterloo, Ontario, May.

Grotkowski, Ali Kira and Lisa M. Given. 2012. Tools at a crossroads: What humanities scholars say about text analysis tools. Society for Digital Humanities/Société pour l’étude des médias interactifs Annual Conference. Waterloo, Canada, May.

Given, Lisa M. 2011. The human body as a communication tool: Avatar affordances for health information behaviours. Technology and Teaching Practice Research Group Symposium – The Communicative Affordances of Online Tools. Wagga Wagga NSW, December.

Given, Lisa M., Anna Opryshko, Heidi Julien, and Jorden Smith. 2011. Photovoice: A participatory method for information science. Poster presented at Bridging the Gulf: Communication and Information in Society, Technology and Work – the 74th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. New Orleans, USA, October.

Ruecker, Stan and Lisa M. Given. 2011. An interdisciplinary digital humanities project on Canadian Health Information (CHI) design. Osaka Symposium on Digital Humanities (OSDH2011). Osaka, Japan, September.

Van Kuik Fast, Nathania, Marilyn Langevin, Lisa M. Given, and Joanne Volden. 2011. Bullying and children who stutter: Common responses and recommendations for adults. Poster presented at 9th Oxford Disfluency Conference. Oxford, UK, September.

Van Kuik Fast, Nathania, Marilyn Langevin, Lisa M. Given, and Joanne Volden. 2011. Bullying and children who stutter: Common responses and recommendations for adults. Poster presented at International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, 2012 Biennial Meeting. Edmonton AB, July.

Given, Lisa M., and Heidi Julien. 2011. Exploring undergraduates’ information worlds: Conceptualizing information literacy from the ground up. Information: Interactions and Impact – I3 2011. Aberdeen Scotland, June.

Given, Lisa M. 2011. Evidence-based web design: A user-driven approach to providing consumer health information. Evidence-based Library and Information Practice 6: Valuing Knowledge and Expertise. Manchester, UK, June.

Julien, Heidi, and Lisa M. Given. 2011. Grounding information literacy instruction in undergraduates’ information experiences: An evidence-based approach to instructional design. Evidence-based Library and Information Practice 6: Valuing Knowledge and Expertise. Manchester, UK, June.

Julien, Heidi and Lisa M. Given. 2011. Students’ information experiences: A new beginning for information literacy in the academy. Exploring Interactions of People, Places and Information – 39th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Fredericton NB, June.

Van Kuik Fast, Nathania, Marilyn Langevin, Lisa M. Given, and Joanne Volden. 2011. Teasing and bullying experienced by children who stutter: Preliminary findings of helpful and recommended responses. Poster presented at Manitoba Speech and Hearing Association 2011 Conference, Winnipeg MB, May.

Carr-Wiggin, Anne, Kathleen deLong, Lisa M. Given, Heidi Julien, and Susan Barker. 2011. Opening minds to research: Information literacy skills of  incoming university students. Open Doors, Open Minds, Open Access – Alberta Library Conference 2011, Jasper AB, April.

Julien, Heidi, Lisa M. Given, Susan Barker, Anne Carr-Wiggin, and Kathleen DeLong. 2011. Evidence-based design of information literacy instruction: Innovation in pedagogy for the library and for the MLIS. Competitiveness & Innovation – the Association for Library and Information Science Education Annual Conference. San Diego CA, January.

Van Kuik Fast, Nathania, Marilyn Langevin, Lisa M. Given, and Joanne Volden. 2010. Teasing and bullying experienced by children who stutter: Preliminary findings of helpful and recommended responses. Poster presented at Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists 2010 Conference, Edmonton AB, November.

Wong, Tami, Dana Ouellette, Mandy Archibald, Lisa M. Given, and Shannon Scott. 2010. Exploring tools to assess consumers’ health information needs. Margaret Scott Wright Research Day, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta. Edmonton AB, October.

Given, Lisa M., Heidi Julien, Dana Ouellette, and Jorden Smith. 2010. Evidence-based information literacy instruction: Curriculum planning from the ground up. Poster presented at Navigating Streams in an Information Ecosystem – American Society for Information Science & Technology 73rd Annual Meeting. Pittsburgh PA, October.

Given, Lisa M., Ali Grotkowski, Quinn Fletcher, and Stan Ruecker. 2010. Customizable avatars for a health information system: An exploratory design (demonstration). Navigating Streams in an Information Ecosystem – American Society for Information Science & Technology 73rd Annual Meeting. Pittsburgh PA, October.

Julien, Heidi, and Lisa M. Given. 2010. Student-centred information literacy instruction: Gathering the evidence. Library Research Seminar V: Integrating Practice and Research. College Park MD, October.

Saumure, Kristie, and Lisa M. Given. 2010. Skype as a research tool: Lessons learned from qualitative interviews with distance students in a teacher-librarianship program. Library Research Seminar V: Integrating Practice and Research. College Park MD, October.

Given, Lisa M. and Heidi Julien. 2010. Engaging students in information literacy: Curriculum Planning from the ground up. Information Science: Synergy through Diversity – the 38th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Montreal PQ, June.

Julien, Heidi and Lisa M. Given. 2010. Student-focused curriculum planning: Starting from the ground up. Workshop on Instruction in Library Use (WILU) 2010: Design, Play, Learn. Montreal PQ, May.

Jardine, Cindy G., S. Michelle Driedger, Lisa M. Given, Michael Routledge and Alison Watson. 2010. Communicating environmental health risk uncertainty: Results of a systematic review of the literature. Institute for Environmental Decisions Conference – Environmental Decisions: Risks and Uncertainties. Geneva, Switzerland, April.

Archibald, Heather, and Lisa M. Given. 2010. Visual traffic sweeps (VTS): A research method for mapping user activities in the library space. Creating a Culture of Collaboration – The Association for Library and Information Science Education Annual Conference. Boston, January.

Rathi, Dinesh, and Lisa M. Given. 2010. Research 2.0: A framework for qualitative and quantitative research in Web 2.0 environments. The 43rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Hawaii, January.

van Kuik Fast, Nathania, Marilyn Langevin, Lisa M. Given, and Joanne Volden. 2009. Bullying experienced by children who stutter: What is known, what is needed. Poster presented at Navigating an Environment of Change – 2009 Conference of the Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists. Calgary AB, November.

Jardine, Cindy, S. Michelle Driedger, Lisa M. Given, Michael Routledge, Alison McMillan and Chantal Ritcey. 2009. The challenges of conducting a systematic review on communicating environmental health risk uncertainty. Qualitative Health Research 2009: The Fifteenth Annual International Conference. Vancouver BC, October.

Julien, Heidi and Lisa M. Given. 2009. Making the transition from high school to university: Assessing students’ information literacy experiences. Global Footprints – A Legacy of Sustainability: Alberta Teachers’ Association, Social Studies Council Annual Conference. Lake Louise AB, October.

Jardine, Cindy, Lisa M. Given, and Ron Chenail. 2009. Advancing qualitative research through open-access online journals. Advances in Qualitative Methods 2009: The Tenth International Interdisciplinary Conference. Vancouver BC, October.

Julien, Heidi, and Lisa M. Given. 2009. Optimizing students’ information interactions through mediation experiences. Information: Interactions and Impact – I3 2009. Aberdeen Scotland, June.

Given, Lisa M., Stan Ruecker, Martina King, Moyra Lang, and Myah Slade. 2009. Health information online: An examination of consumers’ experiences in managing complex health regimes. Mapping the 21st Century Information Landscape: Borders, Bridges and Byways – the 37th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Ottawa ON, June.

Chenail, Ron, Lisa M. Given and Cindy G. Jardine. 2009. Advancing qualitative research through open access online journals. The Fifth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry – QI 2009: Advancing Human Rights through Qualitative Research. Champaign IL, May.

Ruecker, Stan, Lisa M. Given, Martina King, Moyra Lang, Myah Slade, and Carlos Fiorentino. 2009. User information for the design of visual interfaces for health information and the management of complex health regimes. Society for Digital Humanities Annual Conference – Digital Humanities: Expanding Textualities. Ottawa ON, May.

Given, Lisa M. 2009. Branching out in research design: Choosing & using appropriate methods. Branching Out – Saskatchewan Library Association Conference 2009. Saskatoon SK, May.

Given, Lisa M., Joe Norris, Rick Sawyer, and Rita Irwin. 2009. Advancing innovations in qualitative research: New methods, new inquiry (individual paper & panel coordinator). Disciplined Inquiry: Education Research in the Circle of Knowledge – 2009 American Educational Research Association Annual Conference. San Diego CA, April.

Langevin, Marilyn, Kenneth Rubin, Lisa M. Given, Christina Rinaldi, and Tanya Beran. 2009. Toward development of a clinical tool to measure the impact of stuttering on preschoolers. Poster presented at Leaders in Rehabilitation: The Rehabilitation of Function, the Function of Rehabilitation – 4th Annual Conference. Edmonton AB, March.

Given, Lisa M., and Mary Ann Mavrinac. 2009. Designing effective library spaces: How research can inform practice. Ontario Library Association Superconference 2009. Toronto ON, January.

Given, Lisa M., John Budd, and Marie L. Radford. 2009. CREAT(ing) effective curriculum review for LIS education: Where theory meets practice (individual paper & panel coordinator). Transforming LIS Education for the 21st Century: iCreate – Association for Library and Information Science Education Annual Conference. Denver CO, January.

Jardine, Cindy, S. Michelle Driedger, Lisa M. Given, Michael Routledge, Alison McMillan and Chantal Ritcey. 2008. Systematic review of environmental health risk communication and uncertainty. Poster presented at Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting 2008 – Risk Analysis: The Science and the Art. Boston MA, December.

Leckie, Gloria J., Lisa M. Given, and Grant Campbell. 2008. Using regulation theory to examine library OPACs and web portals. Information Beyond Borders: LIS Interacting with other Disciplines – the 36th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Vancouver BC, June.

Given, Lisa M., and Gloria J. Leckie. 2008. ‘Placing’ Henri Lefebvre in LIS Theory and Practice.Information Beyond Borders: LIS Interacting with other Disciplines – the 36th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Vancouver BC, June.

Given, Lisa M. 2007. Exploring undergraduates’ academic information behaviours: The university campus as an informing space. Library Research Seminar IV – The Library in its Socio-Cultural Context: Issues for Research and Practice. London ON, October.

Given, Lisa M. 2007. PDAs, MP3s and other new technologies: Exploring the digital landscape for qualitative methods. Advances in Qualitative Methods 2007: The Eighth International Interdisciplinary Conference. Banff AB, September.

Gainor, Rhiannon, Lisa M. Given, Stan Ruecker, Andrea Ruskin, Elizabeth (Bess) Sadler, and Heather Simpson. 2007. Visualization as a research and design approach for LIS: Exploring seniors’ use of a visual search interface. Poster presented at Featuring the Future – the Sixth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science. Borås, Sweden, August.

Given, Lisa M. 2007. Reflections on discourse analysis: Affect & experience across the qualitative-quantitative divide. Featuring the Future – the Sixth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science. Borås, Sweden, August.

Simpson, Heather, and Lisa M. Given. 2007. Mapping users’ activities and space preferences in the academic business library. Information Sharing in a Fragmented World: Crossing Boundaries – the 35th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Montreal PQ, May.