Live Webcasts

 

July 2020

Hidden Architectures in Information Literacy - A Three-Part Webcast Series, Part One - July 21, 2020
This webcast is the first of three exploring themes in the new ACRL edited volume Hidden Architectures: Structures, Practices, and Contexts (Gardner, Galoozis, and Halpern), each moderated by one co-editor. In this webcast, “Program Goals and Structures,” moderated by co-editor Elizabeth Galoozis, Presenters will describe and analyze their information literacy programs’ goals and structures in relation to their institutional contexts. They will also examine the ways in which their programs have evolved and changed in the wake of the pandemic and all of the changes it has brought.

Hidden Architectures in Information Literacy - A Three-Part Webcast Series, Part Two - July 28, 2020
This webcast is the second of three exploring themes in the new ACRL edited volume Hidden Architectures: Structures, Practices, and Contexts (Gardner, Galoozis, and Halpern), each moderated by one co-editor. In this webcast, “Leading & Managing Information Literacy Programs,” presenters will discuss and analyze leadership and management in their respective information literacy programs. The panel, moderated by Carolyn Caffrey Gardner at California State University, Dominguez Hills, will share their experiences with negotiating learning outcomes and best practices with faculty members outside of the library; communication practices that take into account power discrepancies; power dynamics between librarians and course instructors; and practicing care for librarians on your team through modeling and advocacy.

August 2020

Hidden Architectures in Information Literacy - A Three-Part Webcast Series, Part Three - August 4, 2020
This webcast is the third of three exploring themes in the new ACRL edited volume Hidden Architectures: Structures, Practices, and Contexts (Gardner, Galoozis, and Halpern), each moderated by one co-editor. In this webcast, “Collaboration in Information Literacy Programs,” presenters will discuss and analyze collaborative partnerships in their respective information literacy programs. The panel, moderated by Rebecca Halpern of The Claremont Colleges, will share strategies and approaches to collaborating with departments and programs inside and outside the library, including the negotiation and creation of shared goals and vocabularies.

Project Outcome for Academic Libraries: An Introductory Workshop - August 5, 2020
Are you interested in measuring learning outcomes to drive change, make data-informed decisions, and demonstrate the impact of programs and services at your library? Jump-start your fall semester planning with this interactive virtual workshop. Attendees will learn how to get started with the Project Outcome for Academic Libraries toolkit and discover ways to measure meaningful learning outcomes.