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📷 Clock by the Gannon Arch
May 21, 2014, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Gannon University, Yehl Ballroom
Fluency is associated with acquiring, thinking critically about, and
effectively demonstrating an understanding of discipline-specific content.
Often campus information fluency initiatives focus on first-year and final-year
activities. This presentation will focus on faculty collaborations with
librarians in the development of a sequential model for addressing disciplinary
and liberal studies learning outcomes. Opportunities for interaction between
faculty, librarians, and faculty-development centers regarding development of
student information fluency will also be discussed.
interactive exercises, faculty will explore strategies to identify
Wednesday, May 21 2014
Welcome (Catherine Datte and Linda Fleming)
Chabot) Mind the Gap: Campus Collaboration for Developing Information Fluency
Across the Four Years
Break (Snack served)
Networking opportunity (Lunch served)
Lisabeth Chabot is the College Librarian at Ithaca College.
She has worked as a cataloger, reference librarian, and library
administrator at three private higher education institutions during her 30-year
professional career. Her professional activities include service on the
Association of College and Research Libraries Board (ACRL), the South Central
Regional Library Council (NY) Board, and the Tompkins County Public Library
(NY) Advisory Council. She currently serves the ACRL Liaison to
the Council of Independent Colleges and has participated for several years in
the College Libraries Section (ACRL) Mentoring Program for New College Library
Directors. She believes that a successful library is one that is used -
both virtually and on-site. To that end, the Ithaca College Library
strategically focuses on the development of resources that meet the diverse
needs of users; high-quality, personalized information services; collaborative
activities that enhance teaching and learning; and opportunities for students
and faculty to develop research skills.
Register with Sara at firstname.lastname@example.org
The cost of the program is subsidized by CETL. Breakfast and Lunch Included