The 13th annual ILAGO Information Literacy Summit
When: Saturday May 11, 2019
Where: Linn-Benton Community College Library (Willamette Hall building) in Albany, Oregon.
Whether you have a long history working in an IL program or are engaging with learning goals for the first time, we want to hear from you!
- What is your experience of being a new or seasoned professional and an expert within the IL discipline?
- How do you scaffold students towards understanding?
- Challenge student learning and push them to engage in inquiry?
- Do assessment?
We need everyone’s expertise as practitioners. Our theme, “Frames in Action: Information Literacy Across the Curriculum
” is to focus attention on the myriad ways in which Librarians are supporting student practices to achieve the threshold concepts, at various levels (K-16
), of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education.
The IL Summit typically has 50+ attendees who are eager to hear new ideas and ways to approach information literacy.
Share Your Ideas!
We invite a diverse range of presentations across library environments (e.g. academic, public, school), curriculum, and/or examples of successful collaboration between librarians and external stakeholders.
Programs can be of various formats including, for example: interactive workshops, guided discussions, panels, or poster presentations.
Presentations are 45 minutes each, including Q & A. Longer programs/workshops will be considered on a case-by-case basis; if submitting a longer proposal, please include that in the Comments field.
We look forward to hearing from you!
ILAGO Chair, 2018-2019