Monday, September 27, 2010

CFP: 2011 Information Fluency Conference

CFP: 2011 Information Fluency Conference

The 2011 Information Fluency Conference committee invites you to submit proposals for the upcoming
conference to be held at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, March 9-11, 2011.

This years theme is "Information R/evolution".

Proposals should address one or more of the various aspects of Information Fluency. Presentation
proposals will be peer-reviewed and may be published in the conference proceedings.

Submit your Proposal Online at

Proposals must be submitted by December 9, 2010.


Possible topics for presentations include:

* What critical thinking skills are necessary to use the information technologies wisely?
* Effectively developing IF skills in students
* IF across the disciplines
* Intellectual property & plagiarism in the digital age
* Defining Information Fluency in a digital age
* Assessment of IF initiatives & Retention of IF Skills
* Academic Discernment on the Internet
* Legal Issues in the Digital Age
* Writing and Research Assignments in Large Classes
* Librarian as Teacher
* What Makes a Graduate Information Fluent?
* Assessing Student Learning Outcomes and IF Instruction
* Evidence Based Practice and Information Fluency
* Using Interactive Technology in IF
* Engaging the Undergraduate Audience in IF
* Engaging the Graduate Student in IF

For complete details on online submission of proposals, visit our Website at

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