This year's program will explore how instruction librarians can collaborate with others on campus to help students through the research process.
Some of the aspects we could explore include:
- Collaborations with any members of your campus (faculty, students, staff, etc.)
- Innovative information literacy programs that enhance individualized learning experience and engage the student in the process of active research
- Methods of teaching the research process in both reference services and instruction
- Assessment models that leverage collaborative opportunities.
- Assessment of the student research experience
- Use of technology to facilitate holistic learning
- Instruction programs that include understanding the research process as a learning outcome
- Any other topics that address how to incorporate collaborations to further students’ connection to the research process in teaching and learning information literacy are welcome.
If you are interested in presenting a session or a panel, please submit the following online form by February 27, 2012: Call for Proposals: 2012 NELIG Annual Program. Questions should be directed to: email@example.com.