Organization, Information and Learning Sciences (OILS), within the College of University Libraries, hosts its annual Exposition for students, organizations and the New Mexico community Friday, May 1 from 5 to 7 p.m. The Expo will be held on the second floor lobby of Zimmerman library.

The exposition gathers OILS students to present their research and applied projects, highlighting their academic and professional development in a poster format.

“The OILS Expo is an event that the program has sponsored for almost two decades,” OILS Assistant Professor Robert Grassberger said. “The Expo is a forum where our students have an opportunity to showcase their work through poster presentations with other students, the faculty, our alumni, and potential employers.”

The poster competition is open to both individuals and teams and will include two categories of posters including Instructional Technology and Organizational Learning. One winner will be selected for each category. Posters will be judged by a panel of experts from the International Society for Performance Improvement, the Association for Talent Development, and the New Mexico Evaluators.

Poster titles
Playing by Ear: Developing Spanish Listening Strategies through Mobile Games
eLearning Design for the Remote Worker
Early Steps in Statistical Literacy
Using Cost Effective Technology to Create Powerful Instructional Materials
Presentation Title: Verbal Motivation in the Workplace – Phrases and Utterances that produce positivity
“You Tell Me, Prof!”— Impressions of Campus Life through an Urban Legend Study
Just Google It
Organizational Creativity
Individual Creativity: What It Is and How To Find It
Adult Motivation Theories – What keeps you moving forward in life?
What a Collective Case Study Looks Like
How to Build a Team: Training for Business Based on a Case Study of Apple and Steve Jobs
Creativity in Business: A Case Study on Trader Joes
Residence Life and Student Housing Customer Service Case
Performance Improvement: CNM APIEI
Voice of the Scout
Cause Analysis
Fostering A Culture of Acceptance within a Higher Academic Environment