Oregon IL Summit 2019



Below is a snapshot of the day’s events. For a PDF of either the snapshot or the detailed schedule, choose one of these links.

8:30-9:30 Check in / Coffee / Refreshments

9:00-9:30 Welcome & updates

  • Welcome & updates
    Bryan Miyagishima, Library Department chair, LBCC
  • ILAGO welcome – slides
    Pam Kessinger, Chair, ILAGO
    Michele Burke, Chemeketa Community College
  • OWEAC update – links
    Kate Sullivan, Lane Community College
    Malinda Williams, Central Oregon Community College

9:30-10:20 Morning Plenary

Open Education Pedagogy and Information Literacy: OER and the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education

10:20-10:30 Break

10:30- 11:30 Breakout sessions

  • Food literacy – Camila Harris
  • A Framework-Informed Approach to Teaching Citations – Kael Moffaet
  • Make It a Double-Shot: Adding Information Literacy to the One-Shot with a Pre-class Online Component – Anthony Tardiff

11:35 – 12:35 Breakout sessions

  • Why Is My Biology Lab in the Library? – Robin Shapiro and Jan Just
  • LIRT-OR and ILAGO – Brandon Wilkerson, Pam Kessinger

12:35 – 1:30 Lunch

  • Digital Ethics – Michele Burke, Chemketa Community College

1:35-2:35 Afternoon work sessions, discussions

  • Metacognitive Information Literacy Assessment – The ILAGO MILA Project Group will discuss the development of a statewide and open source self-assessment tool. Kim Olson-Charles; Michele Burke
  • AA/OT Information Literacy Outcomes & Criteria: Discipline Areas –Devise criteria, revise, and discuss process for hosting and updates on the ILAGO website. Sarah Ralston, Pam Kessinger

2:45 – 3:45 Presentation/Discussion

How to collaborate with Writing instructors, for implementing the OWEAC Information Literacy outcomes for the Writing Sequence

  • Kate Sullivan & Mindy Williams, facilitators; writing instructors and OWEAC members

3:50 – 4:15 ILAGO business and wrap-up

Report outs from:

  • OWEAC in Writing
  • Metacognitive Information Literacy Assessment (MIlA)
  • Discipline IL Criteria for the AAOT