Friday, June 9, 2000
9:30am - 3:30pm
Simmons College, Boston, MA

The ACRL/New England Bibliographic Instruction Committee (NEBIC) and Simmons College Library present a one day program on implementing information literacy programs in an academic curriculum.

8:45am Registration and Refreshments
9:30am Welcome and Introductory Comments
Nancy George (NEBIC Chair), Electronic Resources Librarian, Salem State College
Patty Durisin, Reference/Instruction Coordinator, Simmons College
10:00am Keynote:
Wonder Woman and Information Literacy--Not!
Trudi Jacobson, Coordinator of User Education Programs, University at Albany
11:00am Panel: Information Literacy 101
Moderator: Anna Litten, Emerson College
  • Beyond Implementation: Reflections about Teaching an Information Literacy Course
    Kimberley Donnelly, York College of Pennsylvania
  • New Learners, New Models: Information Literacy at the University of Rhode Island
    Mary MacDonald, Andrée Rathemacher, and Joanna Burkhardt, University of Rhode Island
  • Technology for Teachers: The Development of an Education Department/LIS Partnership
    Ann Kenney, St. Michael's College
12:30pm Lunch
1:45pm Panel: Alternative Initiatives
Moderator: Veronica Maher, Roger Williams University
  • Information Literacy Course Development at the University of Maine
    James Bird, Nancy Curtis, Nancy Lewis, Melvin Johnson, and Joyce Rumery, University of Maine
  • Takin' It to the Taylors: A UMB Information Literacy Curriculum Model
    Janet DiPaolo, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • A Library Working from a Platform
    Diane Smith, Bunker Hill Community College
3:15pm Closing Comments

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