Registration for the Information Literacy Summit is now open!
“Frames in Action: Information Literacy Across the Curriculum”
Please submit your proposals here: ILAGO IL Summit Program Proposal
See ILAGO Summit 2019 Call for Proposals for more information.
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.
Computer projection, PCs, wireless access, and VGA cables will be provided. Mac users will need to bring a connector cable and dongle.
Pam Kessinger — you can contact me directly at email@example.com
ILAGO Chair, 2018-2019
The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) First Draft of the revised Accreditation Standards are oversimplified to the point that libraries are mentioned mainly in terms of collections. Information literacy has been demoted to merely one of several examples of potential core competencies set at the institution level.
The ILAGO Board have joined with other information literacy leaders (including ACRL-OR, and the Orbis Cascade Alliance) to advocate for the critical role of college libraries, and qualified personnel, for information literacy to be clearly stated in the Accreditation Standards.
Further tips are available at: https://acrloregon.org/
When: Saturday May 11, 2019
Where: Linn-Benton Community College Library (Willamette Hall building) in Albany, Oregon.
The IL Summit typically has 50+ attendees who are eager to hear new ideas and ways to approach information literacy.
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.
Please submit your proposals here: https://goo.gl/forms/K9BhoOFLdvgafThC2
ILAGO Chair, 2018-2019
(Updated 1/9/2019: Zoom meeting information added at the end)
An ILAGO workgroup has revised and updated the existing Information Literacy Outcomes and Criteria for the AAOT General Education curriculum (found in Appendix E) to better align with the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy. After an extensive drafting and open comment period, we are ready to share the final draft: Outcomes and Criteria for Transferable General Education Courses in Oregon: Information Literacy.
Currently, most examples of Information Literacy are from the Writing course sequence, we need to demonstrate IL teaching and learning in other areas of the Gen Ed curriculum (from Cultural Literacy, Mathematics, Sciences, Social Sciences, and more). Do you have examples of Information Literacy in a discipline area that you’d like to include? Add them to this working draft of Information Literacy Criteria for AAOT Discipline Areas. We also welcome suggestions for language revisions for clarity or context.
This effort is an example of Information Literacy advocacy for Oregon students, and we hope you’ll join in!
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What: Board and Membership meeting
When: Saturday, October 6, 2018, 10:00-3:00
Where: University of Oregon, Science Library or online via GoToMeeting — see draft agenda for details
The Information Literacy Advisory Group of Oregon (ILAGO) is pleased to announce that we are offering two scholarships of up to $100 for a library school student and an early career librarian to attend the annual Information Literacy Summit on May 12, 2018. Application is open to any Oregon resident who fits one of these categories:
Application deadline has been extended to April 30, 2018. For details and to apply please visit our webform.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Tracy Scharn: firstname.lastname@example.org