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Hannah Rempel

Professor, College of Agricultural Sciences Librarian & Graduate Student Services Coordinator

Phone: (541) 737-9902
Fax: (541) 737-8224
Primary Duties:

Design and deliver services for graduate students and work with departments in the College of Agricultural Sciences.

Subjects: Agricultural Education and Agricultural Sciences, Applied Economics, Animal and Rangeland Sciences, BioResource Research Program, Botany & Plant Pathology, Crop & Soil Science, Entomology, Environmental and Molecular Toxicology, Environmental Chemistry, Fisheries and Wildlife, Food Science & Technology, Horticulture, Microbiology

Brief CV

Education:
M.L.I.S., University of Washington - 2006 M.S. in Horticulture, Oregon State University - 2003
Research and Professional Interests:
Graduate student research processes and information needs; online instructional delivery modes; curiosity as part of the research process
Awards:
Innovation Award – OSU Writing Center and OSUL&P joint Undergraduate Research & Writing Studio Implementation Team, 2 019, ACRL Instruction Section

Pubs-presentations

Selected Publications:

Journal Articles

Karaarslan Urhan, T., H.G. Rempel, L. Meunier-Goddik, and M.H. Penner. In press. “Information Retrieval in Food Science II: Accounting for Relevance When Evaluating Database Performance. Journal of Food Science.

Karaarslan Urhan, T., H.G. Rempel, L. Meunier-Goddik, and M.H. Penner. 2018. “Information Retrieval in Food Science: A Bibliographic Database Analysis. Journal of Food Science. 83(12):2912-2922.

Rempel, H.G. and M. J. Markland. 2018. “Bridging the Relationship Gap: Using Social Network Theories to Inform Library Services for Graduate Students.” In the Library with the Lead Pipe. http://www.inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2018/bridging-the-relationship-gap/

Markland, M. J., H.G. Rempel, and L.M. Bridges. 2017. “Mobile Website Use and Advanced Researchers: Understanding Library Users at a University Marine Sciences Branch Campus.” Information Technology and Libraries 36 (4):7–23.

Rempel, H.G. and M.B. Robertshaw. 2017. “Supporting the Research Practices of Agricultural Scientists at Oregon State University.” Journal of Agricultural & Food Information. 18(2): 1-17.

Rempel, H.G. and A.M. Deitering. 2017. “Sparking Curiosity – Librarians’ Role in Encouraging Exploration.”  In the Library with the Lead Pipe. http://www.inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2017/sparking-curiosity/

Rempel, H.G. and M. Mellinger. 2015. “Bibliographic Management Tool Adoption and Use: A Qualitative Research Study Using the UTAUT Model.” Reference and User Services Quarterly. 54(4): 43-53.

Rempel, H.G., and L.M. Bridges. 2013. “That Was Then, This Is Now: Replacing the Mobile-Optimized Site with Responsive Design.” Information Technology and Libraries 32 (4): 8–24. doi:10.6017/ital.v32i4.4636. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/54608

Rempel, H.G., S. Buck, and A.M. Deitering. 2013. “Examining Student Research Choices and Processes in a Disintermediated Searching Environment.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 13 (4): 363–384. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/43259

Deitering, A.M. and H.G. Rempel.  2012.  Share and Share Alike:  Barriers and Solutions to Tutorial Creation and Management.  Communications in Information Literacy. 5(2): 102-116http://www.comminfolit.org/index.php?journal=cil&page=article&op=view&path[]=v5i2p102

Rempel, H.G., U. Hussong-Christian and M.A. Mellinger.  2011. Graduate Student Space and Service Needs: A Recommendation for a Cross-Campus Solution.  Journal of Academic Librarianship. 37(6): 480-487. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/22735

Rempel. H.G.  2010. A Longitudinal Assessment of Graduate Student Research Behavior and the Impact of Attending a Library Literature Review Workshop.  College & Research Libraries. 71(6): 532-547. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/19492

Rempel, H.G. 2010.  Services for Graduate Students:  A Review of Academic Library Web Sites.  Journal of Web Librarianship.  4(1):19-35.  http://hdl.handle.net/1957/14675

Hussong-Christian, U., H.G. Rempel and A.M. Deitering.  2010. Rethink, Reuse, Recycle:  The Library as Learning Commons.  College and Undergraduate Libraries.  17(2):273-286http://hdl.handle.net/1957/16736

Bridges, L.M., H.G. Rempel and K. Griggs.  2010.  Making the Case for a Mobile Library Web Site.  Reference Services Review.  38(2):309-320. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/16437

Rempel, H.G. and P. McMillen.  2008.  Using Courseware Discussion Boards to Engage Graduate Students in Online Library Workshops.  Internet and Reference Services Quarterly.  13(4):363-380. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/11037

Rempel, H.G. and J. Davidson.  2008.  Providing Information Literacy Instruction to Graduate Students through Literature Review Workshops.  Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship.  Winter 53.  http://www.istl.org/08-winter/refereed2.html

Books

Rempel, Hannah G., Kelly McElroy, and Laurie M. Bridges. 2017. Understanding Student Development: A Practical Guide. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, New York, NY.

Rempel, Hannah G. and Maribeth Slebodnik. 2015. Creating Online Tutorials: A Practical Guide. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, New York, NY.

 Book Chapters

Deitering, A.M., H.G. Rempel, and T.T. Jensen. 2018. Reflective Information Literacy: Empowering Graduate Student Teachers. In Transforming Libraries to Serve Graduate Students, edited by Crystal Renfro and Cheryl Stiles. ACRL, Chicago, IL.

(Invited) Bridges, L.M., H.G. Rempel, and E. Weinraub. 2013. Oregon State University Libraries Go Mobile. In Mobile Library Services: Best Practices. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, New York, NY.

  

Non-refereed Publications

Damschen, K. and H.G. Rempel. 2019. Making Research Visible: A Competition for Graduate Students. College & Research Libraries News. In press.

Rempel, H.G. 2017. Oregon State University Libraries' Web of Science vs. Scopus Qualitative Comparison. White Paper. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/61791

Rempel, H.G. and M.B. Robertshaw. 2016. Supporting the Research Practices of Agricultural Scientists: Oregon State University’s Ithaka Report. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/59997

Griggs, K., L.M. Bridges and H.G. Rempel.  2009.  library/mobile:  Tips on Designing and Developing Mobile Web Sites.  Code4Lib Journal. Issue 8, 2009-11-23.  http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/2055

Hussong-Christian, U., S. Kunda, and H.G. Rempel.  2009.  By the People, For the People:  The OSU Libraries Annual In-Service Day.  College & Research Libraries News.  70(6):397-403.  http://hdl.handle.net/1957/11985

Selected Presentations:

Presentations at Professional Conferences

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Faye Chadwell. Rock External Review Letters to Roll with the Best Practices (Round Table). 11 April 2019. Association of College & Research Libraries Conference. Cleveland, Ohio.

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Anne-Marie Deitering. New Lenses, New Perspectives: Using Reflective Practice to Develop Meaningful Research Assignments. October 2018. International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference. Bergen, Norway.

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Anne-Marie Deitering. (plenary session) Essential Tools for Building Learning Habits: Assumption Hunting, Reflection, and Critical Thinking. 12 May 2018. Oregon Information Literacy Summit. McMinnville, OR.

Markland, Mary (presenting) and Hannah Gascho Rempel. Creating Transformative Connections with Graduate Students Using a Social Capital Framework. 27 March 2018. Cyamus Meeting. La Jolla, CA.

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Mary Markland. Creating Transformative Connections with Graduate Students Using a Social Capital Framework. 23 March 2018. Transforming Libraries for Graduate Students Conference. Kennesaw, GA. 20 attendees.

Rempel, Hannah Gascho Cultivating Creating (Together). 28 October 2016. ACRL Oregon and Washington Fall Conference. Corbett, OR. 90 attendees [Keynote speaker, invited]

Markland, Mary (presenting), Hannah Gascho Rempel and Laurie Bridges. Library on the Go: Faculty and Graduate Students’ Use of Mobile Devices to Access Library Content. 19 October 2016. IAMSLIC. Merida, Mexico.

Deitering, Anne-Marie and Hannah Gascho Rempel. Inclusive Information Literacy: Empowering Classroom Faculty. 13 October 2016. European Conference on Information Literacy. Prague, Czech Republic.

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Anne-Marie Deitering. How to Keep the Research Paper from Killing Curiosity. 10 October 2016. European Conference on Information Literacy. Prague, Czech Republic.

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Elizabeth Berman. STS Research Forum Commentator. 25 June 2016. Annual Meeting of the American Library Association. Orlando, FL.

Rempel, H.G., M. Ryan, and E. Collier. Peer Review Behind the Scenes. 25 June 2016. STS Hot Topics Discussion at the Annual Meeting of the American Library Association. Orlando, FL.

Rempel, Hannah Gascho Jane Nichols, Allie Flanary, and Cat Finney. Thriving as a Mid-Career Librarian. 22 April 2016. Oregon Library Association. Bend, OR.

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Anne-Marie Deitering. Curiosity @ Your Library. 22 April 2016. Oregon Library Association. Bend, OR.

Rempel, H.G., M. Cole, J. Tapper, B. Miyagishima, and S. Silver. Inside the Hiring Process. 21 April 2016. Oregon Library Association Conference. Bend, OR.

Deitering, Anne-Marie (presenting) and Hannah Gascho Rempel. Does the Research Paper Kill Curiosity? Collaborating with Faculty to Support Learning and Exploration. 22 March 2016. LILAC Conference. Dublin, Ireland.

McElroy, Kelly, Laurie Bridges, and Hannah Gascho Rempel. Let Your Love Open the Door to…Student Development Theories. 22 October 2015. ACRL-WA-OR Fall Conference. Pack Forest, WA.

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Maribeth Slebodnik. Joining the Librarian-Writer Ecosystem - Developing a Sustainable Writing Practice (Round Table). 26 March 2015. ACRL. Portland, Oregon.

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Anne-Marie Deitering. Marijuana Legalization Papers Getting You Down? You Won’t Believe What We Did About it. 24 July 2014. Library Instruction West. Portland, Oregon.

Bridges, Laurie and Hannah Gascho Rempel. Continual Assessment Leads the Way: Best Practices in Mobile Website Design and Maintenance. 29 May 2014. m-libraries. Hong Kong.  

Rempel, Hannah Gascho Chad Iwertz and Anne-Marie Deitering. Harnessing the Web to Create an Environment that Supports Curiosity, Exploration and Learning. 14 February 2014. Online Northwest. Virtual Meeting. 

Rempel, H.G. and Laurie Bridges.  We Went Mobile, Now What? Invited members of panel.  29 June 2013.  LITA Mobile Interest Group, American Libraries Association Annual Conference.  Chicago, IL. 

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Laurie Bridges.  Mobile Stats Are Not Enough:  What Do Mobile Library Site Users Actually Do?  8 February 2013.  Online Northwest.  Corvallis, OR. 

Bridges, Laurie and Hannah Gascho Rempel.  “I would have done more” - Stepping back from usability testing to actual use of mobile library sites.  22 January 2013.  LITA Mobile Computing Interest Group Virtual Meeting, ALA Midwinter Conference. 

Buck, Stefanie, Anne-Marie Deitering and Hannah Gascho Rempel.  Old Habits Are Hard to Break:  Lessons Learned from a Mixed Methods Study.  4 May 2012.  LOEX National Conference.  Columbus, Ohio. 

Hannah Gascho Rempel and Shirley Roberts.  Meet Everyone, Everywhere:  Using OLA’s Virtual Meeting Software.  27 April 2012.  Oregon Library Association Conference.  Bend, Oregon. 

Stefanie Buck, Anne-Marie Deitering and Hannah Gascho Rempel.  Old Habits Are Hard to Break:  Lessons Learned from a Qualitative Research Study.  10 February 2012.  Online Northwest.  Corvallis, Oregon.  http://hdl.handle.net/1957/27841

Anne-Marie Deitering, Verletta Kern and Hannah Gascho Rempel.  Many Hands/Light Work:  Rethinking How We Help Our Users at Their Point of Need.  27 October 2011.  Association of College & Research Libraries Oregon & Washington Conference.  Pack Forest, Washington. 

Anne-Marie Deitering and Hannah Gascho Rempel.  Build It, Share It, Borrow It:  Breaking Down the Barriers to Tutorial Creation.  2 June 2011.  Workshop on Instruction in Library Use.  Regina, Saskatchewan.  http://hdl.handle.net/1957/21842

Anne-Marie Deitering and Hannah Gascho Rempel.  Embedded Information Literacy at OSU.  29 April 2011.  Oregon IL Summit.  Portland, Oregon.  80 attendees.  (Invited keynote speaker.)

Hannah Gascho Rempel, Uta Hussong-Christian and Margaret Mellinger.  They Blinded Me with Science:  Turning Qualitative Research Into Action.  8 April 2011 Oregon Library Association Conference.  Salem, Oregon. 

Hannah Gascho Rempel and Evviva Weinraub.  Putting the Fun Back in Mobile Websites:  Launching an OS Book Recommender.  9 January 2011.  Library Information Technology Association (LITA) Mobile Computing Interest Group Meeting, American Library Association Midwinter Conference.  San Diego, California. 

Kim Griggs, Hannah Gascho Rempel, and Laurie Bridges.  Library in Your Pocket.  5 February 2010.  Online Northwest.  Corvallis, Oregon. 

Margaret Mellinger and Hannah Gascho Rempel.  YouTube Meets OSU Libraries:  A Video Contest for Students.  3 April 2009.  Oregon Library Association Annual Conference.  Salem, Oregon. 

Hannah Gascho Rempel and Margaret Mellinger. Learning from Safeway and JetBlue – Libraries and Self-Service.  13 February 2009.  Online Northwest.  Corvallis, Oregon.  http://hdl.handle.net/1957/11039

Hannah Gascho Rempel.  Providing Information Literacy Instruction to Graduate Students at the Point of Need.  16 May 2008.  Workshop on Instruction in Library Use (WILU).  Kelowna, British Columbia. 

Hannah Gascho Rempel.  Providing Information Literacy Instruction to Graduate Students.  18 April 2008. Oregon Library Association & Washington Library Association Annual Conference.  Vancouver, Washington.  (http://www.nwcentral.org/?q=node/895)

Hannah Gascho Rempel, Kate Gronemyer and Laurie Bridges. Information Discovery for Librarians – Web 2.0 and infodoodads.    7 April 2008.  Computers in Libraries.  Arlington, Virginia. 

Michael Baird, Hannah Gascho Rempel and Laurie Bridges.  Information Discovery for Librarians – Keeping Up with Web 2.0.  22 February 2008.  Online Northwest.  Corvallis, Oregon.  (http://hdl.handle.net/1957/8232)

Hannah Gascho Rempel. Information Literacy at the Point of Need – Literature Review Workshops.  8 November 2007.  Konstanz Workshop on Information Literacy.  Konstanz, Germany.  (http://hdl.handle.net/1957/8231) 

Meetings, Workshops and Professional Development Events

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Anne-Marie Deitering. Authenticity in Teaching and Learning: Crafting Experiences that Matter. 7 November 2017. Invited Half-Day Workshop for Faculty at Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR.

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Maribeth Slebodnik. Online Tutorials: Creating Them Easily and Effectively. ALA Ecourse (invited). February - March 2017.

Deitering, Anne-Marie and Hannah Gascho Rempel. Beyond the Research Paper: Creating Assignments that Spark Curiosity, Inquiry, and Critical Thinking. 24 February 2017. Invited All-Day Workshop for Faculty at Colorado Mountain College. Breckenridge, CO.

Rempel, Hannah Gascho. Citation Management. 5 December 2016. Research in Action Podcast. RIA #36. http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/research/podcast/e36/

Rempel, Hannah Gascho and Maribeth Slebodnik. Online Tutorials: Creating Them Easily and Efficiently. ALA Ecourse (invited). March-April 2016.

 (Invited instructor). Laurie Bridges, Hannah Gascho Rempel, and Kim Griggs.  Services for Mobile Users: Introduction.  10 October 2010.  Certified Medical Library Association Continuing Education Course conducted at the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association Conference.  Portland, Oregon.

Panel Discussions

(Invited / panelist) Rempel, H.G., L. Cabugos, C. Gill, S.Q. Thompson, J. Corry, V. Garza, M. Little. Leader’s Journey: Mentors Bridge the Gap. 19 April 2019. Oregon Library Association/Washington Library Association Conference. Vancounver, Washington.

(moderator) Rempel, H.G., A.M. Deitering, A. Coren, A. Jumonville Graf, and S. Otis. Reading Critically, Thinking Critically: Challenging Assumptions About the Role of Reading in Academic Research. 11 April 2019. Association of College and Research Libraries. Cleveland, Ohio.

(Invited / panelist) At the Heart of OLA:  Member Participation.  26 April 2012.  Member of Panel.  Oregon Library Association Conference.  Bend, Oregon. 

(Invited / panelist) Librarians Can Help Me With That?  Getting the Word Out About Your Reference and Instruction Services.  Member of Panel.  Oregon Library Association Annual Conference.  3 April 2009.  Salem, Oregon.

Committees

Professional Associations and Committees:

American Library Association (2004-present)

  • ALA Council Member (2010-2013)
  • IS-Information Literacy in the Disciplines Committee (2007-present, Chair 2009- 2010)
  • STS Secretary (2017-2019)
  • Academic Library Services for Graduate Students (Incoming Convener/Convener/Past Convener, 2017-2020)
  • STS Publications Committee (Chair 2009-2011)
  • STS Assessment Committee (2011-2013)
  • STS Research Committee (2014-2018)
  • STS Hot Topics Committee (2016-2017)

Oregon Library Association (2004-present)

  • ACRL-OR President (2014-2015)
  • ACRL-OR Vice President/President Elect (2013-2014)
  • Oregon's ALA Chapter Council,
  • Member of OLA Executive Board (2010-2013)
  • OLA Virtual Communications Task Force Coordinator (2010-2013)
  • Member of ACRL-OR (2007-present)

Editor, The Journal of Web Librarianship (2014 - 2019)

University Service:
Institutional Review Board (2016 - 2019) Children, Youth, and Family Committee (2017 - 2019) Undergraduate Research Working Group (2013 - 2015) Faculty Recognition & Awards (2010 - 2013) Graduate Admissions Committee (2007 -2010)