Georgia Conference on Information Literacy

From the Call for Papers:

[W]orkshops and presentations that address the following themes and issues:

  • Strategies for teaching information literacy to students and/or faculty across the curriculum
  • Empirical studies on the effect of information literacy initiatives on student retention and/or learning
  • Learning communities and information literacy
  • Creating teaching partnerships between reference librarians and instructors
  • What constitutes information literacy in the 21st century
  • Encouraging lifelong learning through information literacy
  • Technological developments and their impact on student research
  • Strategies for evaluating sources
  • Information Literacy and the Sciences
  • Computers in the writing classroom: how the research paper has changed
  • Developing learning outcomes for information and technological competence
  • Preparing students for the modern University

Georgia Conference on Information Literacy (Georgia Southern University)

My presentation, Moveable Types of Information Literacy: Emerging Electronic Genres and the Deconstruction of Peer Review, is on Saturday… if I can find a ride from the Savannah airport to Statesboro, that is.