Conference Theme

The theme for the 35th anniversary of WILU is Charting a Course for Instruction.

Nova Scotia has a rich nautical history. We rely on lessons learned from our past to lead us forward toward exciting new challenges.

The WILU 35 programme is designed to encourage us to develop the individual and collaborative professional skills we need in teaching core Information Literacy values and competencies. Although we are drawn in different directions based on our varied environments, disciplines, and ideologies, we all navigate the same sea of change.

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Thanks to all of our speakers, delegates and volunteers for making WILU35 such a successful voyage.

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MEMORIES 2006!


The next Workshop on Instruction in Library Use conference will be hosted by York University Libraries. For more information please contact Lisa Sloniowski or Sophie Bury.

York 2007

 wilu@acadiau.ca