The ACRL's Summer Immersion program is well underway in Burlington, Vermont. Though the deadline for entry is long past (as is the one for the immersion program set for November - that's how popular this program is!), it's worth remembering what these immersion programs are about, and the ways that we're able to follow the one currently going on.
The ACRL Immersion programs allow instruction librarians to eat, sleep, and breathe information literacy for a few days. Until July 27, the librarians in Vermont will be working with new tools and techniques to develop and update the information literacy programs in their institutions. The ACRL offers a "Teacher" and "Program" track in the summer (right now), and an "Assessment" and "Intentional Teaching" track in the late fall. Click here for a list of faculty teaching these immersion programs (including our own Lisa Hinchliffe and Beth Woodard!)
To keep up with the program as it progresses, search for #imm12 on Twitter.