Entries from Library Learning tagged with 'Organization'

Project Information Literacy

Project Information Literacy isn't a new thing to UIUC. We participated in some talks back in 2008, and some folks may be keeping up with the project itself. For those who aren't, however, the project is beginning a new study...

Lead the Library

It’s safe to say that libraries are in a time of extreme change – rapidly changing technology, demographics, and new practices to become literate in. Today’s average patron is far different from the one that walked in the library doors...

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...

User Education Committee

Any review of the University Library's information literacy and library instruction programs must include highlighting the service of those who give their time and talent to the User Education Committee. Existing in some form or another since at least 1986,...

Information Literacy Graduate Assistant

Continuing the effort to introduce people who are involved with information literacy and instruction in the University Library, I asked the Information Literacy Services and Instruction Graduate Assistant to introduce herself on this blog. I'll only add that our information...

Coordinator for Information Literacy Services and Instruction

One of the goals I have for this blog is to introduce the PEOPLE who make the information literacy program work and who work to make it even better. Before I ask anyone else to let me do a focus...