guder – OHIO University Libraries

Guder, Christopher

Subject Librarian for Education

My Subject & Course Guides

Department(s)

Reference
206 Alden
(740) 597-1975

Subject Areas

  • Childrens Collection
  • Counseling & Higher Education
  • Educational studies
  • Recreation and Sport Pedagogy
  • Teacher Education

Biographical Info

Chris Guder is the subject liaison for the Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education. He received his M.L.I.S. from Kent State University in 2004 and his Ph.D. in Instructional Technology from Ohio University in 2012. In addition to his work with the Patton College of Education, Chris manages the assistive technology available in the building as well as in the G. Lynn Shostack Adaptive Technology Room, located on the second floor of Alden Library in the Learning Commons.     Education Ph.D., Instructional Technology, December 2012 Ohio University, Athens, OH Dissertation Title: Exploring the relationship between patron type, Carnegie Classification, and satisfaction with library services: An analysis of LibQUAL+® results.   M.L.I.S, Library and Information Science, May 2004 Kent State University, Kent, OH   B.S., Literature, April 1993 Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI     Employment Reference and Instruction Librarian, Alden Library, Ohio University, August 1, 2004 – Present
  • Provides reference services via phone, chat, and face-to-face
  • Provides library instruction to undergraduate and graduate students and oversees an acquisitions budget that exceeds $200,000 as part of liaison duties to the Patton College of Education
  • Provides service to and makes purchasing decisions for the assistive technology lab in the library.
  Courses and Webinars Taught   Publications Bussell, H., Hagman, J., and Guder, C.S. (2017). Research needs and learning format Preferences of graduate students at a large public university: An exploratory study. College & Research Libraries. Advance online publication. Retrieved from http://crl.acrl.org/content/early/2016/12/22/crl16-1015.full.pdf+html Guder, C.S. (2015). Potatoes to patrons: Using a variation of R. A. Fisher’s agricultural split- plot model to explore patron perceptions of the Information Control dimension of LibQUAL+. Proceedings from the 11th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services. [Not yet available electronically] Guder, C.S. (Spring 2015). Runs, hits, & errors: Kammie on First [Review of the book Kammie on First by Michelle Houts]. Ohio Today, 10. Retrieved from https://issuu.com/ohiotoday/docs/ot_spring15_issuu/12 Bussell, H., Hagman, J., & Guder, C.S. (2015). Mixin’ it up: Using a mixed-methods approach to understand graduate research needs. Proceedings from ACRL 2015: Creating Sustainable Community. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/conferences/confsandpreconfs/2015/Bussell_Hagman_Guder.pdf Guder, C. (2014). Universal design and the library website. Public Services Quarterly, 10(3), 229-237.  doi: 10.1080/15228959.2014.931784 Guder, C. (2013). The ePortfolio: A tool for professional development, engagement, and lifelong learning. Public Services Quarterly, 9(3), 239-245. doi: 10.1080/15228959.2013.815528 Guder, C. S. (2012). Exploring the relationship between patron type, Carnegie Classification, and satisfaction with library services: An analysis of LibQUAL+® results. (ProQuest document ID 1316578447). Retrieved from https://etd.ohiolink.edu/pg_10?0::NO:10:P10_ACCESSION_NUM:ohiou1354726349 Guder, C. S. (2012). Making the right decisions about assistive technology in your library.   Library Technology Reports, 48(7), 14-21. doi: 10.5860/ltr.48n7   Guder, C. (2010). Equality through access: Embedding library services for patrons with   disabilities. Public Services Quarterly, 6(2), 315-322. doi:   10.1080/15228959.2010.499324   Guder, C. (2010). Patrons and pedagogy: A look at the theory of connectivism. Public Services   Quarterly, 6(1), 36-42. doi: 10.1080/15228950903523728   Guder, C. (2009). Second Life as innovation. Public Services Quarterly, 5(4), 282-288. doi:   10.1080/15228950903320869   Booth, C., & Guder, C. S. (2009). If you build it, will they care? Tracking student receptivity to   emerging library technologies. Proceedings from the Fourteenth National Conference.   Retrieved from   http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/conferences/confsandpreconfs/national/seattle/papers/247.pdf     Presentations Clay, E., Guder, C., Murphy, S., & Voss, J. (2017). Developing data visualization skills to demonstrate value and make informed decisions in education using Tableau. Workshop presentation at the Ohio Educational Technology Conference, Columbus, OH. Diamond-Ortiz, A., & Guder, C.S. (2016). Beyond the pie chart: Using Tableau Public to showcase data in engaging ways. Presentation at the Ohio Library Council Convention & Expo, Sandusky, OH. Guder, C.S. (2015). Potatoes to patrons: Using a variation of R. A. Fisher’s agricultural split- plot model to explore patron perceptions of the Information Control dimension of LibQUAL+. Paper presented at the 11th Northumbria Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services, Edinburgh, UK. Bussell, H., Hagman, J., & Guder, C.S. ((2015). Mixin’ it up: Using a mixed-methods approach to understand graduate research needs. Paper presented at the ACRL National Conference, Portland, OR. Hagman, J., Bussell, H., & Guder, C. (2014, August). In the mix: A student-centered approach to needs assessment survey development. Poster presented at the Library Assessment Conference, Seattle, WA. Theodore-Shusta, E. & Guder, C. (2010, October 29). Quantitative assessment of diversity goals,   methods, and tools. Presentation given at the 2010 ALAO Annual Conference,   Columbus, OH.   Theodore-Shusta, E., & Guder, C. (2010). Goals met? Quantitative assessment of diversity goals,   methods, and tools.  Poster presented at the Library Assessment Conference, Baltimore,   MD.   Booth, C., & Guder, C. (2009, March 14 or 15). If you build it, will they care? Tracking student   receptivity to emerging library technologies. Paper presented at the ACRL National   Conference, Seattle, WA.   Boeninger, C., & Guder, C. (2007, March 5). What’s your game plan? What librarians have to   learn from video games. Presentation at the Ohio Digital Commons for Education   (ODCE) Conference.       Grants
  • Institute for Library and Information Literacy Education (ILILE) TEAFALS Grant 2006-2007, $3500
  • ALAO Research and Publications committee Research Grant Program 2013, $944.50
  • LSTA Full Grant 2015, OU representative/participant in Tableau grant
  Professional Memberships
  • American Library Association, since 2007
  • Association of College and Research Libraries, since 2007
  • Phi Kappa Phi, 2006-2014