Friday, February 19, 2016

CFP: Evolution of Information Literacy: Framework and Assessment (Columbus, Ohio April 2016)

Have you developed assessment techniques to improve your instruction or communicate the value of information literacy instruction? Do you have instructional assessment techniques that you’d like the share with others? Have you adjusted your instructional assessment techniques to address the Framework for Information Literacy?

We invite you to share innovative practices, experience, and success with your colleagues from academic libraries in Ohio and beyond at the Academic Library Association of Ohio’s Assessment Interest Group (AIG) and Instruction Interest Group (IIG) Spring Workshop, The Evolution of Information Literacy: Framework and Assessment.  

The deadline for proposals for is Wednesday, February 24, 2016 at 5pm. Papers and demonstrations are welcome. Please submit title and abstract of your proposal in an MS Word or PDF file. In the abstract please include primary target audience, format, and learning objectives. Limit to 250 words. Exclude the name of your institution and any personal names in the abstract. Proposals will be blind reviewed by the AIG Planning Committee.

The workshop will be held on April 20, 2016, at the State Library of Ohio. All presenters must register for and attend the workshop. Registration costs for the workshop will be waived for presenters.

Proposals for presentations should be submitted to the ALAO AIG Co-Chairs, Mandy Shannon,, and Eric Resnis, Applicants will be notified by Wednesday, March 2, 2016.