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Thursday, May 7 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Building a Solid Structure: Blueprints and Tools for a Sustainable and Strategic Information Literacy Program

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Ensuring that information literacy instruction is strategically mapped across an institution can be a headache, especially for larger schools offering a wide variety of programs. To build a more sustainable IL program, Seneca Libraries transformed its approach from receiving general education class requests to targeting classes with a research component in order to embed library instruction and scaffold IL across a program. This session provides an overview of the blueprints, workflows and tools that inform the design and structure of the Seneca Libraries IL program, and will give participants ideas for how they could adapt these at their own institutions.

Participants will:
  • Be able to identify aspects of the Seneca Libraries IL strategy that could be relevant to their own IL programs.
  • Be able to adapt and use a variety of tools in order to establish or reinforce IL programs at their own institutions.

Presenters
avatar for Graham Lavender

Graham Lavender

Liaison Librarian, Seneca College
EF

Emily Funston

Liaison Librarian, Seneca College


Thursday May 7, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am EDT