About Joey

Headshot of Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem

Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem is a faculty member at the College of Charleston Libraries (Associate Librarian, Scholars Studio Coordinator). She obtained her M.F.A. in Visual Arts from Vermont College of Fine Arts and her M.L.I.S. from the University of South Carolina.

As a member of the College of Charleston Libraries faculty in Research and Instruction, Ms. van Arnhem provides research assistance and designs and delivers curriculum-driven information literacy instruction in the changing technological environment of an academic library. As the Scholars Studio Coordinator, Ms. van Arnhem contributes her expertise by researching emerging technologies and providing instruction for faculty, staff, and students regarding information technology utilization and digital scholarship tools for research and classroom use. Before becoming a library faculty member at the College of Charleston, Ms. van Arnhem provided instructional design and technology support for faculty in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

Throughout her tenure at the College of Charleston, Ms. van Arnhem has lectured for a wide range of programs, departments, and schools. Notably, she has lectured for the College of Charleston School of Humanities and Social Sciences, specializing in visual culture and ethnographic studies for the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and for the School of the Arts, teaching Introduction to Sculpture for the Studio Art Department and First Year Experience Program (FYE). She currently teaches a Library course on Immersive Reality (Augmented/Virtual Reality and Related Emerging technologies) for undergraduate students as part of the FYE program.

Since 2013, Ms. van Arnhem’s research has focused on the use of immersive reality and related emerging technologies (AR/VR/XR/MR, 3D, Makerspaces, IoT, Ai)  in the classroom and its adoption in education and libraries. She has authored numerous articles and delivered keynotes, papers and workshops throughout the US on topics related to the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) using this research. In 2018 she co-edited Augmented and Virtual Libraries (A LITA Guide) with Christine Elliot and Marie Rose published by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. Additionally, she co-authored six chapters with Jannette Finch in Framing Information Literacy: Teaching Grounded in Theory, Pedagogy, and Practice edited by Mary K. Oberlies and Janna Mattson published by ACRL Press (2018). Her most recent publications include “Discovering the Frames in One-Shot Sessions: Implications for Instruction” co-authored with J. Finch and M.J. Fairchild in J. Finch’s Envisioning the Framework: A Graphic Guide to Information Literacy (2021) published in Publications in Librarianship No. 77 by the American Library Association and “Keepin’ it real: Piloting AR, VR, and MR in the Library” with Elena Rodriquez in E. Kroski’s, 50+ Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality Programs in Libraries published by ALA Editions, American Libraries Association (2021).

Ms. van Arnhem also works with the peer-reviewed publication The Charleston Advisor and ccAdvisor by serving as a reviewer and editorial board member. She has served as a planning member and Secretary for the South Carolina Conference on Information Literacy (SCCIL), serves on the editorial board of Marketing Library Journal (MLJ), and serves as a reviewer for the Journal Communications in Information Literacy (CIL).

EDUCATION__________________________________________________________________

M.L.I.S. University of South Carolina. Columbia, South Carolina.
M.F.A., Visual Arts Vermont College of Fine Arts. Montpelier, Vermont.
B.S., Education Southern Illinois University. Carbondale, Illinois.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE_____________________________________________________

Information literacy, metaliteracy, digital fluency, visual culture, art as research, three-dimensional design, immersive reality (AR/VR/XR) and emerging technologies (AI), archival collection as art, digital humanities, digital scholarship, copyright, open access, educational technology, instructional design, multimodal information literacies, student support services, adult learning theory (andragogy), pedagogy, and the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).

TEACHING EXPERIENCE_____________________________________________________
(all instruction has been offered face to face, online, and using hybrid delivery models)

College of Charleston Libraries/College of Charleston Credit Bearing Instruction 

2024

 


2020-
2024

 

FYSG 143: What is the Metaverse? REI – Global (Undergraduate)
Departments & Programs: College of Charleston Libraries, First Year Experience Program
Semesters Taught/Scheduled to Teach: fall 2024.

FYE 143: Introduction to Immersive Reality (AR/VR & Related Technologies) (Undergraduate)
Departments & Programs: College of Charleston Libraries, First Year Experience Program
Semesters Taught: Spring 2020, Fall 2020, Spring 2021, Fall 2021, Spring 2022, Spring 2023, Spring 2024.

2015-
Present
Resources for Research (Lib 105/Undergraduate)
Departments & Programs: College of Charleston Libraries
Semesters Taught: Spring 2016, Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Spring 2023/Express I & II
2008- 2018

 

Arts & Technology (Undergraduate/Graduate)
Schools, Departments & Programs: School of the Arts: Arts Management Department, Graduate School: Public Administration (M.P.A.), Summer Programs
Semesters Taught: Summer II 2014, Spring 2013, Maymester 2012, Spring 2011
Documenting Culture – Emerging Art Practices and Archives (Graduate Independent Study)
Schools, Departments & Programs: School of the Arts: Arts Management Department, Graduate School: Public Administration (M.P.A.), Summer Programs
Semesters Taught: Fall 2013, Summer 2015
Introduction to Sculpture (Undergraduate)
Schools, Departments & Programs: School of the Arts: Studio Art Department, First Year Experience Program, Realizing Educational and Career Hopes (R.E.A.C.H.) Program.
Semesters Taught: Fall 2018, Fall 2017, Fall 2016, Fall 2015, Fall 2014
Introduction to Visual Culture (Undergraduate)
Schools, Departments & Programs: School of Humanities and Social Sciences: Department Sociology & Anthropology, First Year Experience Program, Summer Programs, Realizing Educational and Career Hopes (R.E.A.C.H.) Program.
Semesters Taught: Spring 2014, Summer I 2013, Summer II, 2012, Fall 2012, Fall 2011, Summer 2010 
Research Methods in Expressive Culture (Undergraduate)
Schools, Departments & Programs: School of Humanities and Social Sciences: Department of Sociology & Anthropology
Semesters Taught: Fall 2009, Spring 2009, Fall 2008
Technology for Teachers (Undergraduate)
Schools, Departments & Programs: School of Education: Teacher Education
Semester Taught: Fall 2010

College of Charleston Libraries/College of Charleston Workshops, Training, Development, & One-Shots

Library Instruction SessionsOne to two classes on library resources, the research process, information literacy skills development, media creation, and relevant technology tools for a variety of schools, departments, and programs (First Year Experience, English 110, TRiO programs, Speedy Consolidation and Transition Program (SPECTRA), Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program, Graduate School).

Technology Classes for Students: Technology workshops to support metaliteracy and digital scholarship skills development (i.e., social media, apps, maker skills, emerging technologies (immersive reality, AR/VR, AI, study skills, media creation (digital storytelling, podcasting, audio recording, digital exhibits). Workshops and classes on ethnographic research, oral histories, mapping and other visualizations, presentation development and archival and digital exhibit/scholarship production and creation tools (Omeka, Neatline, Google maps, JS Timeline, ArtSteps, interactive maps and data visualization as well as Adobe Creative Cloud applications.

Technology Classes to Support Faculty and Staff: Workshops on topics relating to metaliteracy skills development, online learning, emerging technology, digital humanities tools, teaching strategies, information literacy and educational technology.

PUBLICATIONS (selected )____________________________________________________

Monographs

2018

 

van Arnhem, J. P., Elliott, C., & Rose, M. (Eds.). (2018). LITA Guide Series: Augmented and virtual reality in libraries. New York, NY: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group. (June 2018)

Refereed Journal Articles 

2020 Scronce, G., Kraft, A., and van Arnhem, J. (2020). Building a Community of
Inquiry around OER.
International Journal of Open Educational Resources,
2
(1). http://dx.doi.org/ 10.18278/ijoer.2.1.3
2014  van Arnhem, J. P., & Spiller, J. (2014, May). Augmented reality (AR) for
discovery and instruction.
Journal of Web Librarianship, 8(2), 214-230.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19322909.2014.904208 (invited)

Editorial Review Journal Articles

2015

 

Williams, J., & van Arnhem, J. P. (2015, April). But then you have to make it happen. In S. Averkamp, L. Bridges, S. Carlson, T. Das, H. Dowding, J. Foo, S. Lew, Y. Li, R. McBride, & E. Pullman (Eds.), Code{4}lib Journal [Special Issue on Diversity in Library Technology]. 28 (2015-04-15). http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/10487

Book Chapters

2021

 

 

Finch, J., van Arnhem, J.P., & Fairchild, M.J. (2021). Discovering the frames in one-shot sessions: Implications for instruction. In Finch, J. (Ed.) (2021). Envisioning the Framework: A graphic guide to information literacy (pp. 217-236). Chicago, IL: Publications in Librarianship No. 77, American Library Association.

van Arnhem, J.P., & Rodriquez, E. (2021). Keepin’ it real: Piloting AR, VR, and MR in the library. In Kroski, E. (Ed.) (2020). 50+ Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality Programs in Libraries (pp. 181-188). Chicago, IL: ALA Editions, American Libraries Association.

2018

 

 

van Arnhem, J. P., Elliott, C., & Rose, M. (2018). AR u ready for AR/VR? An overview of augmented and virtual reality in libraries. In van Arnhem, J. P., Elliott, C., & Rose, M.
(Eds.). (2018). LITA Guide Series: Augmented and Virtual Reality in Libraries (pp. 3-30). New York, NY: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group. Finch, J., & van Arnhem, J. P. (2018). Using student curiosity to generate compelling research questions (Lesson 1 of 6). In M. K. Oberlies & J. Mattson (Eds.), Publications in Librarianship No. 73: Framing information literacy: Teaching grounded in theory, pedagogy, and practice (Vol. 1: Research as Inquiry, pp. 3-16). Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries. 

van Arnhem, J.P. & Finch, J. (2018). Wikipedia vs. the library: WHY start at the library instead of Wikipedia? (Lesson 2 of 6). In M. K. Oberlies & J. Mattson (Eds.), Publications in Librarianship No. 73: Framing information literacy: Teaching grounded in theory, pedagogy, and practice (Vol. 2: Information has Value, pp. 141-158). Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries.

Finch, J. & van Arnhem, J.P. (2018). Gathering, evaluating, and strategic exploration (Lesson 3 of 6). In M. K. Oberlies & J. Mattson (Eds.), Publications in Librarianship No. 73: Framing information literacy: Teaching grounded in theory, pedagogy, and practice (Vol. 3: Searching as Strategic Exploration, pp. 221-238). Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries.

van Arnhem, J.P. & Finch, J. (2018). What is an annotated bibliography and WHY should I do one? (Lesson 4 of 6). In M. K. Oberlies & J. Mattson (Eds.), Publications in Librarianship No. 73: Framing information literacy: Teaching grounded in theory, pedagogy, and practice (Vol. 4: Information Creation as a Process, pp. 347-366). Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries.

van Arnhem, J.P. & Finch, J. (2018). Pulling it all together: Sharing your research story (Lesson 5 of 6). In M. K. Oberlies & J. Mattson (Eds.), Publications in Librarianship No. 73: Framing information literacy: Teaching grounded in theory, pedagogy, and practice (Vol. 5: Scholarship as Conversation, pp. 439-465). Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries.

Finch, J. & van Arnhem, J.P. (2018). Validating search and discovery skills through altruistic research: The favor assignment (Lesson 6 of 6). In M. K. Oberlies & J. Mattson (Eds.), Publications in Librarianship No. 73: Framing information literacy: Teaching grounded in theory, pedagogy, and practice (Vol. 6: Authority is Constructed and Contextual, pp. 551-556). Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries.

2017

 

van Arnhem, J. P. (2017). The intersections of art and librarianship – Issue 1: Filling in the gaps. In Deitering, Anne-Marie, Stoddart, Rick, & Schroeder, Bob (Eds.), The Self as Subject: Autoethnography Research into Identity, Culture, and Academic Librarianship (pp. 249-286). Chicago, IL: American Library Association ACRL Press.
2016

 

van Arnhem, J. P. (2016). How to get to the library from here, there, and everywhere! In K. McElroy & Nicole Pagowski (Eds.), Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook: Lesson Plans. Chicago, IL: American Library Association ACRL Press. 

Fraser, B., & van Arnhem, J. P. (2016). A collaborative approach to urban cultural studies and digital humanities. In J. White & H. Gilbert (Eds.), Laying the Foundation: Digital Humanities in Academic Libraries. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.

2014

 

van Arnhem, J. P., & Williams, J. (2014, December). Negotiating space for the library: Embedding library resources into a university LMS. In D.A. Tyckoson, & J.G. Dove (Eds.), Reimaging Reference in the 21st Century (pp. 253-263). West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press. Online chapter preview from Google Books available at http://www.thepress.purdue.edu/titles/format/9781557536983
2013

 

van Arnhem, J. P., & Spiller, J. M. (2013, May). Let’s not meet: Making the most of time with asynchronous collaboration. In L. Fraser, J. Kuhl, & C. Smallwood (Eds.), Time and project management strategies for librarians (pp. 199-208). Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. Online chapter preview from Google Books available at http://libguides.library.cofc.edu/notmeet

Conference Proceedings

2013 van Arnhem, J. P. & Spiller, J. M. (2013, November). Using augmented reality (AR) as a discovery tool. In Proceedings of the Charleston Library Conference, pp. 584- 591. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5703/1288284315328
2010

 

van Arnhem, J. P., Quinn, M., & Spiller, J. (2010). In Nagib Callaos (Chair), Teaching multimodal ethnography with “new” media technologies. In Callaos, N., Eshraghian, K., Imai M., Lesso W. & Zinn C.D. (Eds.), Proc. of the 14th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, pp. 242-247. Orlando, FL: International Institute of Informatics and Systemics. Retrieved from http://www.iiis.org/CDs2010/CD2010SCI/SCI_2010/PapersPdf/SA627MP.pdf 

Reviews

2018

 

van Arnhem, J.P. (2018, Feb) [Review of the online exhibit Net Art Anthology by Rhizome]. Multimedia & Technology Reviews, Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA). Retrieved from https://www.arlisna.org/publications/multimedia-technology-reviews/1366-net-art-anthology
2016

 

van Arnhem, J.P. (2016, June) [Review of the book Mentoring A-Z by Julie Todaro]. Endnotes: The Journal of the New Members Round Table, American Library Association 7(1), 27. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/nmrt/oversightgroups/comm/schres

van Arnhem, J.P. (2016, January). [Advisor Reviews – Standard Review of Google Translate App]. The Charleston Advisor, 17(3), 24-27. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.17.3.24 (refereed)

2014

 

van Arnhem, J.P. (2014, December) [Review of the book The embedded librarian’s cookbook by K. Calkins, & C. Kvenild, editors.]. The Journal of Library Innovation, 5(2), 98-102. Retrieved from http://www.libraryinnovation.org/article/view/400/601 (invited)

van Arnhem, J.P. (2014, January). [Advisor Reviews – Standard Review of Gale database Artemis: Literary sources]. The Charleston Advisor, 15(3), 5-9. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.15.3.5 (refereed)

2013

 

van Arnhem, J. P. (2013, July). Noteshelf: Sketches and handwritten notes on the iPad. [Advisor Reviews – Standard Review of mobile app Noteshelf]. The Charleston Advisor, 15(1), 35-40. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.15.1.35 (refereed)
2012

 

van Arnhem, J. P. (2012, June). [Book reviews – Monographic musings review of the book Listen. Write. Present. The elements for communicating science and technology by S. Roberson Barnard & D. St James]. Against the Grain, 24(3), 44.
2011

 

van Arnhem, J. P. (2011, December). [Book reviews – Monographic musings review of the book The generation X librarian: Essays on leadership, technology, pop culture, social responsibility and professional identity by M. K. Wallace, R. Tolley-Stokes, & E. S. Estep (Eds.)]. Against the Grain, 23(6), 57-59.
2010 van Arnhem, J.P. (2010, June) [Review of The library instruction cookbook by D. Cook & R. Sittler, editors.]. Against the Grain 22(3), 46-47.

 

Regular Column: Mobile Apps for Libraries (Open Access/Non-refereed)

2019 van Arnhem, J.P., (2019, July). Mobile apps and gear for libraries: Augmented and virtual reality round-up. The Charleston Advisor. 21(1), 58-61. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.20.1.58
2018

 

van Arnhem, J.P., (2018, July). Mobile apps and gear for libraries: Merge Cube’s handiness with holograms makes it a good place to start with augmented reality. The Charleston Advisor. 20(1), 56-58. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.20.1.56
2017

 

 

van Arnhem, J.P., (2017, July). Mobile apps for libraries: Unpaywall: A new way to search open access. The Charleston Advisor. 19(1), 61-64. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.19.1.60   

van Arnhem, J.P., (2017, April). Mobile apps for libraries: Adobe Spark: An
all-in-one content creation tool for today’s production needs. The Charleston
Advisor. 18(4), 59-62. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.18.4.59

van Arnhem, J.P., (2017, January). Mobile apps for libraries: Delve Deep promises deeper academic search for the mobile web. The Charleston Advisor. 18(3), 60-63. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.18.3.60

2016

 

 

van Arnhem, J.P., Elliott, C.R., & Spiller, J.M. (2016) Mobile Apps for libraries: CFP:- Rolling with the times: Field notes from the Charleston Conference
(and beyond) coloring book. The Charleston Advisor. 18(2), 69-70. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.18.2.69
    van Arnhem, J.P., (2016, July). Mobile apps for libraries: Gearing up for fall marketing. The Charleston Advisor. 18(1), 43-45. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.18.1.43 van Arnhem, J.P., (2016, April). Mobile apps for libraries: Exploring Blippar for education. The Charleston Advisor. 17(4), 53-57. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.17.4.53van Arnhem, J.P., (2016, January). Mobile apps for libraries: Exploring Aurasma Studio 2.0. The Charleston Advisor. 17(3), 50-54. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.17.3.50
2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

van Arnhem, J.P., (2015, October). Mobile apps for libraries: Apps and gear for ethnographic feld research. The Charleston Advisor. 17(2), 58-64. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.17.2.58   

van Arnhem, J.P., (2015, July). Mobile apps for libraries: 3D printing resource round up. The Charleston Advisor. 17(1), 57-61. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.17.1.57

van Arnhem, J.P., (2015, April). Mobile apps for libraries: The DiRT on digital humanities apps. The Charleston Advisor. 16(4), 53-56. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.16.4.53

van Arnhem, J.P., (2015, January. Mobile apps for libraries: Checking out interactive print. The Charleston Advisor. 16(1), 62-64. doi:
http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.16.3.46

2014

 

 

van Arnhem, J.P., (2014, July). Mobile apps for libraries: Digital humanities curation with BiblioBoard Creator. The Charleston Advisor. 16(1), 62-64. doi:
http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.16.1.62
    van Arnhem, J.P., (2014, April). Mobile apps for libraries: Building community in the library, one Bitstrip at a time. The Charleston Advisor. 15(4), 56-58.
doi:
http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.15.4.56
van Arnhem, J.P., & Barnett, L. (2014, January). Mobile apps for libraries: Is digital rights management (DRM) impacting e-Book adoption in academic libraries? The Charleston Advisor. 15(3), 63-65. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.15.3.63
2013  van Arnhem, J. P. (2013, October). Mobile apps for libraries: Resources for
DIY Ebook production.
The Charleston Advisor. 15(2), 69-71. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.15.2.69
van Arnhem, J. P. (2013, July). Mobile apps for libraries: Unpacking
Evernote: Apps for note-taking and a repository for note-keeping. The Charleston Advisor. 15(1), 55-57. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.15.1.55
van Arnhem, J. P., & Callicott, B. (2013, April). Mobile apps for libraries: Navigating the E-book maze. The Charleston Advisor, 14(4), 61-62. doi:
http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.14.4.61

2012

 

 

van Arnhem, J. P. (2012, October). Mobile apps for libraries: Institutional
support for mobile apps. The Charleston Advisor, 14(2), 72-74. doi:
http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.14.2.72
    van Arnhem, J. P. (2012, July). Mobile apps for libraries: App-titude. The
Charleston Advisor, 14(1), 60-62. Print. doi:
http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.14.1.60

Other Publications

2012

 

van Arnhem, J. P., & Callicott, B. (2012, January). Advisor reports from the field: QR codes – what’s the payoff? The Charleston Advisor, 13(3), 56-57. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5260/chara.13.3.56

Callicott, B., & van Arnhem, J.P. (2012, January/February). QR codes: A novel way to introduce first year students to the library. The Charleston Report, 16(4), 4.

 

AWARDS, GRANTS, AND HONORS____________________________________________

2018 Recipient of the Beta Phi Mu. Frank B. Sessa Scholarship for Continuing Professional Education for Beta Phi Mu members.
2017

 

Liberal arts and sciences pilot small grants program. Keeping up with technology adoption in academic libraries: Exploring rapid prototyping and development technologies. College of Charleston.

National Endowment for the Humanities. Lowcountry Stories Learning Collaborative: Untold Charleston. Project Consultant. Principle Investigator: Lauren Rule Maxwell, The Citadel. Co-investigator: Alison T. Smith, The Citadel (not awarded).

2015

 

Recipient of the 2015 ExCEL Demetria N. Clemons Distinguished Mentor Award. College of Charleston.

Institute of Museum and Library Services Sparks! Ignition Grants for Libraries (not funded)

2014

 

Liberal arts and sciences pilot small grants program. Enhancing the Traditional Undergraduate Research Poster with Interactive Print. College of Charleston.
Beta Phi Mu International Library & Information Studies Honor Society Member (invitation only)

CONFERENCE ACTIVITY/PARTICIPATION______________________________________

Invited Talks__________________________________________________________________

2019 van Arnhem, J.P., & Yingjie L. (2019, April 18). AR/VR classroom instruction and eCampus tools. Panel presented at San Jose State University School of Information T3 professional development series, held in San Jose, California on April 18, 2019.
2016

 

van Arnhem, J.P. & Hortman, M. (2016, June). The power of interactive print for research and education. Workshop presented at the Medical University of South Carolina’s Apple Tree Society professional development series, held in Charleston, SC on June 15, 2016.

Battle, M., Milewicz, L., van Arnhem, J.P., & Bucknall, T. (2016, March 17). Digital work in/and the Library. Panel presented at East Carolina University’s Second Annual Digital
Innovation and Scholarship in Social Sciences and Humanities (DISSH) Symposium, held in Greenville, NC on March 17-18, 2016. (discussant/invited)

2015 van Arnhem, J.P. (2015, March). AR you experienced? Leveraging interactive print for cross-disciplinary connections. Paper presented at East Carolina University’s First Annual Digital Innovation and Scholarship in Social Sciences and Humanities (DISSH) Symposium, held in Greenville, NC on March 18, 2015. 

Conference Activity/Participation (selected)____________________________________

Panels Organized

2019

 

Ballman, D., Hawkins, D., & van Arnhem, J.P. (2019, Nov 7). AI, VR and other interactive content: How libraries and classrooms are using emerging tech to advance knowledge. Panel presented at the Charleston Conference held in Charleston, South Carolina on November 6-8, 2019.
2017

 

van Arnhem, J.P., Elliot, C., & Rose, M (2017, July 14). What’s up with augmented reality, virtual reality, and makerspaces in the library? Panel presented at the
South Carolina Conference on Innovations in Teaching and Learning in Higher
Education, sponsored by South Carolina Colleges and Universities. Hosted by the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston, SC on July 14, 2017.
2014

 

van Arnhem, J.P., & Hortman, M. (2014, October 10). Building community in the library: Partnerships for outreach. Panel presented at the Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy: Coastal Georgia Center, held in Savannah, GA on October 9-11, 2014. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/gaintlit/2014/2014/64/

van Arnhem, J.P., Finch, J. & Hortman, M. (2014, October 1). Identifying and delivering metaliteracy skill sets to adult learners. Panel presented at the Digital Shift: Libraries @ The Center: A Virtual Event presented by Library Journal and School Library Journal

Papers Presented

2021

 

van Arnhem, J.P. & Rodriquez, E. (2021, May 12). Got the COVID teaching blues? Using AR and VR to keep students engaged. Presentation presented at the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference (TLTCon) held at College of Charleston in Charleston, SC on May 11-13, 2021.

Rodriquez, E., Lewter, B., van Arnhem, J.P., Breard, W., & Gilbert, H. Making a list and checking it twice: Virtual reading lists in OAKS. Presentation presented at the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference (TLTCon) held at College of Charleston in Charleston, SC on May 11-13, 2021.

2020

 

Rodriquez, E. & van Arnhem, J.P. (2020, July 16). Keeping it real: AR, VR, and MR for instruction and learning. Presentation presented at the 3rd Annual Makerspaces for Innovation and Research in Academics (MIRA) Conference held at the University of LaVerne in LaVerne, CA on July 16, 2020.

van Arnhem, J.P. & Rodriquez, E. (2020, May 15). Keeping it real: AR, VR, and MR for instruction and learning. Presentation presented at the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference (TLTCon) held at College of Charleston in Charleston, SC on May 14-15, 2020.

2018

 

van Arnhem, J.P. (2018, March 20). Keeping up with technology adoption in academic libraries: Exploring Arduino development technologies. Presentation presented at the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference (TLTCon) held at College of Charleston in Charleston, SC on March 20-22, 2018.
2017

 

van Arnhem, J.P. (2017, July 14). The power of interactive print for education and research. Presentation presented at the South Carolina Conference on Innovations in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, sponsored by South Carolina Colleges and Universities. Hosted by the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston, SC on July 14, 2017.

van Arnhem, J.P. (2017, March 9). The power of interactive print for education and research. Presentation presented at the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference (TLTCon) held at College of Charleston in Charleston, SC on March 7-9, 2017.

2016

 

 

van Arnhem, J.P. (2016, August). Interactive art zines: Augmenting First Year Experience sculpture. Paper presented at the Eleventh International Conference on the Arts in Society, held in Los Angeles, CA on August 10-12, 2016. 

Fairchild, M., van Arnhem, J.P., & Finch J. (2016, August). Formulating a holistic architecture for assessing instruction in an academic library: Tools from the College of Charleston Libraries. Paper presented at the IFLA Information Literacy Section Satellite Preconference, held in Chicago, IL on August 11-12, 2016. 

van Arnhem, J.P. & Elliott, C.R. (2016, June). Interactive art zines: Building campus support for transdisciplinary collaboration. Poster presented at the American Library Association Annual Conference, held in Orlando, FL on June 23-28, 2016. 

van Arnhem, J.P., & Finch, J. (2016, May 20). Developing the metaliterate learner from novice researcher to producer. Presentation presented at the Ready to Roll: Incorporating the Framework into Online Instruction Webinar, presented by the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable of the Association of College and Research Libraries on May 20, 2016). 

2014

 

 

van Arnhem, J.P., & Hortman, M. (2014, October 23). Building community in the library: Partnerships for outreach. Paper presented at the UNBound: South Carolina Library Association (SCLA) Conference, held in Columbia, SC on October 22-24, 2014. 

Hortman, M. & van Arnhem, J.P. (2014, October 10). Partnerships for outreach: Center for Student Learning and Library study skills and information literacy program. Poster presented at the Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy: Coastal Georgia Center, held in Savannah, GA on October 9-11, 2014. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/gaintlit/2014/2014/55/

van Arnhem, J. P. (2014, June 29). Enhancing the traditional undergraduate research poster with interactive print. Paper presented at the 2014 Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) National Conference “Creating the citizens of tomorrow: Undergraduate research for all” conference, held in Washington, DC on June 28 – July 1, 2014.

2013

 

van Arnhem, J. P. & Spiller, J. (2013, November 9). Using augmented reality (AR) as a discovery tool. Paper presented at the Charleston Conference, held in Charleston, South Carolina on November 6­9, 2013.

Discussant

2022

 

Rodriguez Sabater, S., Rozzi, S., Van Horn, B., O’Byrne, van Arnhem, J. P. (2022, May 17). Optimizing online teaching and learning experiences: What worked (and what didn’t). Panel presented at the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference (TLTCon) held at College of Charleston in Charleston, SC on May 17-18, 2022.
2020

 

Scronce, G., Callicott, B., Kraft, A., van Arnhem, J.P., & O’Byrne, I. (2020, May 14). Are you open to OER? Understanding the benefits of Open Educational Resources (OER) for faculty and students. Panel presented at the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference (TLTCon) held at College of Charleston in Charleston, SC on May 14-15, 2020.
2019

 

Goodier, B., Hoffmann, H., Pfile, K., O’Byrne, I., Rodriguez, S., van Arnhem, J.P., and Winfield, I. (2019, May 16). Exploring the wild west of online education: Lessons learned from the pioneers. Panel presented at the TLTHD Conference (TLTCon) held at College of Charleston in Charleston, SC on May 16-17, 2019.

Kraft, A., O’Byrne, I., Sconce, G., and van Arnhem, J.P. (2019, May 17). Teaching, learning & sharing online: Open Educational Resources (OER) and Creative Commons (CC) Licensing. Panel presented at the TLTHD Conference (TLCon) held at College of Charleston in Charleston, SC on May 16-17, 2019.

Guttentag, D., Pagnotta, A., Sieverdes, J., van Arnhem, J.P., and Wolf, J. (2019, May 17). Don’t be scared of virtual and augmented reality in the classroom. VR/AR Professional Learning Club Workshop presented at the TLTHD Conference (TLCon) held at College of Charleston in Charleston, SC on May 16-17, 2019.

2017

 

LeVasseur, T. J., Jaume, S.C., & van Arnhem, J.P. (2017, March 8). Teaching sustainability literacy in Studio Art. In T. J. LeVasseur (Chair), College of Charleston Quality Enhancement Plan: Incorporating Sustainability Literacy into Currently Existing Courses (Chair: Todd LeVasseur) at the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference (TLTCon) held at College of Charleston in Charleston, SC on March 7-9, 2017. (invited)
Finch, J. & van Arnhem, J.P. (2017, March 9). Engaging the Online Learner from Novice Researcher to Producer. Panel presented at the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference (TLTCon) held at College of Charleston in Charleston, SC on March 7-9, 2017. 

Creative Work and Digital Scholarship (selected)_______________________________

2024

 

Group Show. (2024, Apr 27). I AM. Mixed Media Sculpture Exhibited at the Tri-County S.P.E.A.K.S. Sexual Assault Center Art Fete Event. Benefit to support survivors for Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) at The Striped Pig Distillery in North Charleston, SC. (accepted)
2018

 

SACSCOC Quality Enhancement Plan Sustainability Literacy Exhibits: Assisted with coordination, curation, installation, and deinstallation of the following exhibits.
Gilmore, J. (November 27, 2017 – April 25, 2018). Water quality and quantity [Anth 319: Museums Interpretation and Audiences student curated exhibit]. College of Charleston Libraries, Wachovia Gallery, Charleston, SC.Walker, N. (May 1, 2018 – September 15, 2018). Reimaging Marion Square without the Calhoun statue [Art and Architectural History student curated exhibit]. College of Charleston Libraries, Wachovia Gallery, Charleston, SC.
2017

 

FYSM Arts 220 Group Show. (Dec 2016 – August 2017). Student art exhibit. First Year Experience Introduction to Sculpture Interactive Print Zine Installation. Exhibited as part of Building bridges over troubled water [Gilmore, J., Anth 319: Museums Interpretation and Audiences student curated exhibit] at College of Charleston Libraries, Wachovia Gallery, Charleston, SC. 

SACSCOC Quality Enhancement Plan Sustainability Literacy Exhibits: Assisted with coordination, curation, installation, and deinstallation of the following exhibits. 

Duckworth, J. (September 22, 2017 – November 25, 2017). Wade in the water [QEP Sustainability Literacy Exhibit]. College of Charleston Libraries, Wachovia Gallery, Charleston, SC.

Hembree, R., Hogan, C., and White, A. (September 22, 2017 – November 25, 2017). QEP sustainability literacy expression of the year 2017 student art contest [Group Show]. College of Charleston Libraries, Wachovia Gallery, Charleston, SC.

College Reads! Student Artwork (September 22, 2017 – November 25, 2017). The big thirst [QEP Sustainability Literacy Exhibit]. College of Charleston Libraries, Wachovia Gallery, Charleston, SC.

Gilmore, J. (December 2016 – August 2017). Building bridges over troubled water [Anth 319: Museums Interpretation and Audiences student curated exhibit]. College of Charleston Libraries, Wachovia Gallery, Charleston, SC.


2016
FYSM Arts 220 Group Show. (2 Dec 2016). What sustains us: Art matters sculpture garden, pop-up student art exhibit. First Year Experience Introduction to Sculpture Group Show. Exhibited at the Academic Advising and Planning Center Art Matters Gallery at the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC.
2015

 

FYSM Arts 220 Group Show. (4 Dec 2015). Art matters: Sculpture garden, pop-up student art exhibit. First Year Experience Introduction to Sculpture Group Show. Exhibited at the Academic Advising and Planning Center Art Matters Gallery at the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC.

van Arnhem, J. P. (2015, May). Day of digital humanities 2015: J. van Arnhem. An international open community publication project that brings scholars interested in Digital Humanities together to document their activities for a day. The data is organized and released for scholars to use in research (i.e., data visualizations and ethnographic studies). Hosted on behalf of centerNET at the Laboratorio de Innovación en Humanidades Digitales de la UNED (LINHD) in Madrid. This year’s Day of DH is the first event hosted outside of North America to provide bilingual posts in English and Spanish. Retrieved from http://dayofdh2015.uned.es/jpvanarnhem/

2014

 

Fraser, B. & van Arnhem, J. P. (2014, January – June). SPAN 630: Seminar in Hispanic Studies: Digital Humanities Project on Madrid’s Gran Vía through Visual Culture. Digital Omeka Exhibit. Retrieved August 14, 2014, from http://studentomeka.library.cofc.edu/exhibits/show/granviamadrid/introductiondh.

Documenting culture: Emerging art practices and archives (2014-2022). Ethnographic research project focused on identifying local contemporary artists in Charleston and surrounding areas of South Carolina. Through research and fieldwork primary themes or narratives in the artist’s work are explored and documented in an online exhibit and timeline. 

2013

 

van Arnhem, J. P., & Spiller, J. (2012-2013). Finding Halsey and McCallum. A project using augmented reality to aid in the discovery of resources in and around Charleston pertaining to local artists William Halsey and Corrie McCallum. The interactive exhibit provided information on the artists’ works and their significant contributions to the local community and explored opportunities for the added value of contextually situated information linking to vetted library and museum holdings by interacting with physical paintings displayed in the Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library at the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC.

van Arnhem, J. P., Rogers, E., & Spiller, J. (2013, January). VDAY: The vagina monologues poster design. College of Charleston, Charleston, SC.

2012

 

First Year Experience expanded information literacy project. QR code library scavenger hunt. (2012-2014). Partnership with College of Charleston Library, First Year Experience Program, & Center for Excellence in Peer Education at the College of Charleston, Charleston, SC. Retrieved from http://libguides.library.cofc.edu/content.php?pid=142626&sid=2676508
2011

 

Internship: Lowcountry Digital Library: day to day operations of a digital library, standards and best practices for metadata creation and normalization, digitization of archival images, and investigation of augmented reality and geolocation technologies at the Lowcountry Digital Library at the College of Charleston Libraries, Charleston, SC (135 hours).

Quinn, E. M., Broderick, M., Furr, M., Neligan, J., Tharp, Z., & van Arnhem, J. P. (2011, October). Stay in De Boat: Lowcountry Gullah-Geechee traditions in music, song, and story. Premiered at the College of Charleston, Charleston, SC. Retrieved from http://stayindeboat.wordpress.com/

2010

 

van Arnhem, J. P., Garofalo, M., & Spiller, J. (2010, October). QR code poster series: Bryant Holsenbeck: Bottle cap mandala installation. Collaboration with Going green: Fad or forever environmental lecture series sponsored by Friends of the Library and co-presented with Bluesphere: Earth art expo, an initiative of the Halsey Institute for Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston, Charleston, SC. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/jpvanarnhem/sets/72157625093080361/

van Arnhem, J. P. (2010, March). Day of digital humanities 2010: J. van Arnhem. A collaborative online autoethnography project organized by Geoffrey Rockwell at the University of Alberta. Retrieved from http://archive.artsrn.ualberta.ca/Day-of-DH-2010/jolanda-pieta/index.html

Group Show. (2010, March). Found object drawings. The Found Show. Exhibited at Outer Space Community Space for Creative Expression in Charleston, SC.

Group Show. (2010, February). A ghastly beast from the abyss: Chaos recollected and reorganized. Disturbia group show exhibited at the University of South Carolina. Lancaster, SC. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/jpvanarnhem/sets/72157607960811478/

2009

 

Group Show. (2009, October). Femmage quilt. Exhibited at the Blume/Body benefit for conscious alliance and the women’s collective at the Pantheon in Charleston, SC.

Group Show. (2009, February). Fictive kin. Exhibited at the Woodhall Gallery, Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier, VT. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/jpvanarnhem/collections/72157612288968652/ 

2008

 

Group Show. (2008, August). Process[ing]: Time, place, collection and reflection. Exhibited at Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier, VT. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/jpvanarnhem/sets/72157607960811478/

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