Entries from Library Learning tagged with 'conference'

Bruce comes to Purdue University

Will you be missing out on the IFLA Conference this August? Console yourself with a visit to Purdue University on Aug. 13, when Dr. Christine S. Bruce, of the famed “Seven Faces of Information Literacy” paper. Bruce will be the...

Didn't make it to Anaheim?

The American Library Association’s much-anticipated annual conference ended last month. If you are one of the lucky librarians who traveled to sunny Anaheim, you might have taken a part of some of the programs that deal with information literacy. The...

Affordable and Nearby: the Information Literacy Colloquium

A lot of conferences for information literacy are in places far from Champaign-Urbana, making them at times prohibitively expensive. The Information Literacy Colloquium, set for Aug. 3 in New Albany, Ind., is neither. Close by and low-priced, this two-day event...

The eTextbook UnConference

The author would normally try and report on this one, but the seats available to this conference were snapped up weeks ago. With good reason – eTextbooks are becoming part of the higher education – along with all the issues...

UI Library @ WILU

WILU is Canada's answer to the LOEX Annual Conference in the United States. The University Library is well-represented this year. Merinda Hensley is presenting on "Teaching New Librarians How to Teach: Creating a Peer Learning Environment" and Emily Love on...

Jim Hahn - ACRL Instruction Section Discussion Group Leader

Congratulations to Jim Hahn for being accepted to lead an ACRL Instruction Section Discussion Group at Midwinter (competitive blind review process). Should be a great conversation on mobile technology and information literacy instruction! Original announcement below with time/date/place details. I'll...