2014 Information Literacy Summit

13th Annual Information Literacy Summit
Into the Next Generation: The Future of Information Literacy

Presented by DePaul University Library and Moraine Valley Community College Library
April 25, 2014

Keynote

Changing Models, Changing Emphases: The Evolution of Information Literacy
Trudi Jacobson, University at Albany, SUNY; Co-Chair of ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education Task Force, and Tom Mackey, SUNY Empire State College

Breakout Sessions

Application of Cognitive Apprenticeship Model (CA) to Library Instruction
Elizabeth Tompkins, Reader Services Librarian/Assistant Professor, Kingsborough Community College/CUNY

But WHY? The big picture, threshold concepts, and information literacy: using the one-shot to shift student perspective. The rest will come after.
Jason Ertz, Associate Professor / Reference Librarian, College of DuPage

Designing Digital Badges to Generate Engaged Learning
Trudi Jacobson, Head of the Information Literacy Department, University at Albany Libraries
Tom Mackey, Dean at the Center for Distance Learning (CDL), SUNY Empire State College

From Tech Shy to Tech Savvy : Staff Training and Public Education in Public Libraries
Mary Kay Akers, Instruction & Business Outreach Librarian, Glen Ellyn Public Library
Susan DeRonne, Adult Department Head, Glen Ellyn Public Library

Information Literacy for College Readiness
Kate Harger, Dean of Library, McHenry County College
Janet Scott, Reference Librarian & Department Chair, McHenry County College
Dr. Ximena Burgin, Associate Director, Office of Research, Evaluation, and Policy Studies, Northern Illinois University

Information Literacy in the College Readiness Classroom: A Collaboration between Faculty

Larissa Garcia, Library Faculty, Triton College
Gail Krahenbuhl, College Readiness Faculty, Triton College

Innovation in Information Literacy : Communicating key ideas through video
Mackenzie Salisbury, Information Services Librarian, Northeastern Illinois University
Molly Mansfield, Access Services Librarian, Northeastern Illinois University
Michelle Guittar, Social Sciences Librarian, Northeastern Illinois University

Is there anything for me? : Ideas from today’s breakout sessions that you can use in your K-12 library
Barb Miller, Moraine Valley Community College

Layering Workshops for 1st Year Students: Cross-Campus Collaboration for Student Success
Amy Kammerman, Coordinator of Library Instruction and Information Literacy, Harper College

Near or Far: Connecting with the Adult Learner
Lauren Hays, Instructional and Research Librarian, MidAmerica Nazarene University
Jackie Burns, Distance Education Librarian, Missouri Western State University

Next Generation Literacy: Connecting the Everyday to the Academic
Christina Miller, Assistant Professor, High School Librarian, York College/City University of New York
Anamika Megwalu, Assistant Professor, Reference Librarian, York College/City University of New York

Not Just Where to Click: Teaching Students How to Think About Information
Troy Swanson, Department Chair, Library/Teaching and Learning Librarian, Moraine Valley Community College
Heather Jagman, Coordinator of Reference, Instruction, and Academic Engagement, DePaul University

Online Tutorials: Measure Twice, Cut Once
Dorothy Hemmo, Instruction Librarian, University of Illinois Springfield
Nancy Weichert, Instruction Librarian, University of Illinois Springfield

Plugging into Media Literacy: Creating Strategies for Libraries
Susan Avery, Instructional Services Librarian, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Eric Kurt, Media Commons Coordinator, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

Tablet Versus Bring Your Own Device in the Information Literacy Classroom: An Interactive Discussion of Best Practices
Ilana R. Barnes, Business Information Specialist/ Assistant Professor of Library Science, Purdue University- Parrish Library of Management and Economics

Teaching Sources as Conversation: Exploring Challenges & Successes

Andrea Baer, Undergraduate Education Librarian, Indiana University-Bloomington