WILU35: Charting a Course for Instruction / AAFD 35: Tracer une voie pour instruction
   Programme

WEDNESDAY, MAY 10

11:00 - 5:00 Registration [view entire menu]
Festival Theatre - Main Street
1:00 - 4:00

workshop 1

workshop 2

workshop 3

2:20 - 2:40 Break
Information Literacy Evaluation: Fishing for answers with SAILS
Starting the dialogue: promoting IL through academic integrity workshops for faculty
Building a Teaching Team

Tom Adam

University of Western Ontario

and

Ilo-Katryn Maimets

York University

Karen Nicholson

and

Darlene Canning

McGill University

Chris Powis

University of Northhampton

and

Jo Webb

De Montfort University

Presentation

Using the SAILS Test to Measure Information Literacy

Carolyn Radcliff

and

Joe Salem

Kent State University

Presentation

Slides

Slides
Solutions

Mirrors on others

5:00 - 6:00
Opening Keynote - Dr. Patricia Senn-Breivik
Information Literacy and Lifelong Learning: The Time is Now!
Wheelock Hall
6:00 - 9:00 Cocktails and Banquet

THURSDAY, MAY 11

8:00 - 9:00 Registration and Breakfast
9:00 - 10:00 Opening Plenary - Dr. Jeremy Shapiro and Ms. Shelley Hughes
If everything is information, is information literacy possible?
 
Slides
10:00 - 1030 Break
10:30 - noon

session 1a

session 1b

session 1c

session 1d

Beyond Collaboration: The Importance of IL Education for Teaching Faculty
Where the Wild Things Are: An Inquiry Approach to Information Literacy
Making the case for enhanced learning: Using Case Studies in a Credit-Bearing Library Course
Strike while the iron is hot! Bringing IL into campus assessment efforts

Selinda A. Berg

and

Susan E. Anthony

University of Western Ontario

Barbara Brydges

and

Tammy Flanders

University of Calgary

Christopher Hollister

University of Buffalo

Anne-Marie Deitering

and

Jeanne Davidson

Oregon State University

Presentation

What is Inquiry?

Self-reflection

Bibliography

Presentation Files
12:00 - 1:30 Lunch
1:30 - 3:00

session 2a

session 2b

session 2c

session 2d

A National Focus for Information Literacy Development
Making the Case: Selecting Evidence of Good Teaching for the Teaching Portfolio
Collaborate with a librarian: What motivates faculty?
Library/High School Liaison: Partnerships, Programs and Information Literacy

CJ de Jong

University of Winnipeg

Lisa Hinchliffe

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Laurie Morrison

Brock University

Janice Scammell

and

Flavia Renon

Carleton University

Through the looking glass: Reflections on peer evaluation of library instruction

Lea Currie

and

Francis Devlin

University of Kansas

PowerPoint Slides

3:00 - 3:30 Break
3:30 - 5:00

session 3a

Town and Gown: a Framework for IL partnerships between academic and public libraries

session 3b

Let's Get Physical!

session 3c

Self Directed Learning, Information Literacy and the Library

session 3d

Information Literacy Instructors' Experiences of the Teaching Role

Ryan Deschamps

Halifax Public Libraries

Bryan Miyagishima

and

Bob Hautala

Western Oregon University

Jennifer McKinnell

and

Kristina Trim

McMaster University

Heidi Julien

and

Cameron Hoffman

University of Alberta

PowerPoint Slides

PowerPoint Slides

5:30 - 7:00 University Librarian's Reception at the K.C. Irving Environmental Science Centre
7:30 - onward Dinner in groups, at Hall's Harbour, or on your own.

FRIDAY, MAY 12

8:00 - 9:00 Breakfast
9:00 - 10:30

session 4a

Don't Blink, or You'll Miss It: Opportunities in Information Literacy

session 4b

The 'Future' of Information Literacy: A team Approach to Information Literacy Integration

session 4c

Federated Searching's Potential Impact on Information Literacy

session 4d

Outreach and Engagement: Helping Students Find the Information Literacy Map

Mary Claire Vandenburg

and

Nathalie Soini

Queen's University

Tamsin Bolton

University of Windsor

Patrick R. Labelle

Concordia University

Lisa Hinchliffe

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

and

Lisa Sloniowski

York University

PowerPoint Slides

PowerPoint Slides
Selected References

libraryoutreach wiki

10:30 - 11:00 Break
11:00 - noon
Closing Plenary - Dr. Toni Samek
Information Ethics on Our Global Library Streets
Report on academic freedom post 9-11 readings
noon Lunch
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