Presentation Title

Reframing Information Literacy: A Look through the Many Lenses of an Information Literacy Program

Location

Room 1220 B

Type of Presentation

Panel (1 hour and 15 minutes presentation total for two or more presenters)

Target Audience

Higher Education

Abstract

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Presentation Description

What makes an information literacy/library instruction program effective? Four panelists will provide an interactive session consisting of oral synopses and short video clips that will give the participants a snapshot of what is working at C.G. O’Kelly Library instruction program at Winston-Salem State University. The implementation of the O’K Scholars Institute (2008), the Master Teacher Program (2008), and web-based tools such as LibGuides (2007) are the cornerstones of the information literacy program. Through the use of Think-Pair -Share, participants will have the opportunity to provide feedback and suggestions to the panelist as well as discuss how they can enhance their library instruction program.

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Presentation (Open Access)

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Sep 23rd, 12:45 PM Sep 23rd, 1:45 PM

Reframing Information Literacy: A Look through the Many Lenses of an Information Literacy Program

Room 1220 B

See presentation description.