California Conference on Library Instruction, April 29 2016 in San Francisco
Join the California Conference on Library Instruction (CCLI) in scenic San Francisco at our annual practical and inspirational conference on Friday, April 29, 2016! This year, the conference theme is “Reframing Instruction: Looking at What We Do with a New Lens.” Between the release of ACRL's new Framework, #critlib discussions taking off on Twitter, a growing focus on digital literacy, and calls for tossing out the "one-shot," academic librarians are once again reframing our work in different and new ways.
When it comes to information literacy, how are you focusing on the bigger picture, zooming in on the Framework, restoring faded activities, or viewing the learning process with a new lens? Our honored keynote speakers are Jessica Critten, Instructional Services Librarian at the University of West Georgia, and Kevin Seeber, Foundational Experiences Librarian at Auraria Library. We are accepting proposals for presentations through November 24, 2015, and registration will open soon after. For more information, see http://www.cclibinstruction.org/