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User Education Committee Meeting

If it’s not already on your calendar, set the date for this Monday, July 9, for the User Education Committee Meeting. From 10-11 a.m. in Room 428 in the Main Library, members of the committee will meet to consider a wide range of topics related to the education of library patrons – something that certainly includes information literacy.

The meeting minutes for the committee can be found here, as can the committee’s site.

The group’s charge is as follows: "The User Education Committee provides guidance and advice to the Coordinator for Information Literacy Services and Instruction and the University Library by formulating and reviewing plans, goals, priorities, strategies, policies and procedures related to user education; identifying temporary and ongoing instructional issues; promoting awareness of and participation in information literacy activities within the Library and the University as a whole; gathering information and encouraging research and discussion about information literacy, information seeking, and user education; creating and assisting with instructional development programming; and responding to requests for assistance or advice about user education and information literacy issues.”

See you there!


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