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Wednesday, June 6
 

08:30

08:30

09:45

10:00

Information and digital literacies as foundation of digital strategies (Opening keynote)
Information and digital literacies are the foundation of any digital strategy. Libraries and librarians have a leading role in the development and implementation of the digital strategies in their institutions. The founding and centuries-old values of our profession must continue to guide our work in this period of transition, during which it may be tempting to confine ourselves to the roles of the past. In each of our institutions, all librarians have the responsibility to engage, lead and act, while ensuring constant dialogue with their users. Beyond digital collections and new types of spaces, it is on the renewal of our services that our institutions and our users will judge our ability to turn information into action.

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LA MAÎTRISE DE L’INFORMATION ET DU NUMÉRIQUE COMME AXE STRUCTURANT DES STRATÉGIES NUMÉRIQUES

La maîtrise de l’information et du numérique est un axe structurant de toute stratégie numérique. Les bibliothèques et les bibliothécaires ont un rôle de premier plan dans le développement et la mise en œuvre des stratégies numériques de nos institutions. Les valeurs fondatrices et multiséculaires de notre profession doivent continuer à guider notre action en cette période de transition au cours de laquelle il peut être tentant de se confiner dans les rôles du passé. Dans chacune de nos institutions, c’est l’ensemble des bibliothécaires qui ont la responsabilité de se sentir concernés et d’agir, en s’assurant d’être en dialogue constant avec leurs usagers. Au-delà des collections numériques et des nouveaux types d’espaces, c’est sur le renouvellement de notre offre de services que nos institutions et nos usagers jugeront de notre capacité de passer de l’information à l’action.

Speakers
avatar for Guylaine Beaudry

Guylaine Beaudry

Vice-Provost, Digital Strategy and University Librarian, Concordia University
Guylaine Beaudry is Vice-Provost, Digital Strategy and University Librarian at Concordia University. She is responsible for the major renovation and extension of the Webster Library. She was in charge in 2014 of the transformation of the chapel of the Grey Nuns motherhouse into a... Read More →


10:45

11:15

A1 - Hands-on in the archives: Lessons learned from teaching with online exhibits
Over the past few years, digital exhibit-based courses have been growing in popularity at the University of Ottawa. In this session, you’ll hear about the challenges and rewards of teaching with digital exhibits from the perspectives of library staff, faculty, students, and community partners.

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ARCHIVES INTERACTIVES: LEÇONS TIRÉES DE L'ENSEIGNEMENT AVEC DES EXPOSITIONS NUMÉRIQUES

Au cours des dernières années, les cours utilisant des expositions numériques ont gagné en popularité à l'Université d'Ottawa. Au cours de cette séance, il sera mention des défis et des avantages de l'enseignement avec des expositions numériques du point de vue du personnel de la bibliothèque, du corps professoral, des étudiants et des partenaires communautaires.

Speakers
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Mary Aksim

Master of Information Studies graduate, University of Ottawa, University of Ottawa
Mary Aksim is a recent MIS graduate from uOttawa's ÉSIS with split interests in Information Management, Cultural Heritage Resources, Digital Humanities and Exhibits. She works as a junior information management consultant at Systemscope.
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Karine Gélinas

Project Manager, Public Services Branch, Library and Archives Canada, Library and Archives Canada
Karine Gélinas is a project manager at Library and Archives Canada with over 10 years of experience in the digitization of archival material. Karine is managing the activities of the DigiLab, a new hands-on facility for clients to digitize and contextualize documents from the LAC... Read More →
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Roxanne Lafleur

Library and Audiovisual Support Specialist, University of Ottawa, University of Ottawa
Roxanne Lafleur has been managing image collections at the Arts and Science Library at the University of Ottawa for 30 years. Since 2002, she has added many roles to her profile which have contributed to her ongoing awareness of the digital needs of library users. Today, she provides... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Simpkin

Sarah Simpkin

Interim Digital Scholarship Librarian, University of Ottawa, University of Ottawa
Sarah Simpkin is currently serving as Interim Digital Scholarship Librarian and part-time Digital Humanities instructor at the University of Ottawa, where she is working on advancing DH initiatives across campus. In her previous role as GIS and Geography Librarian, Sarah managed the... Read More →
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Jada Watson

Adjunct Professor, University of Ottawa, University of Ottawa
Jada Watson is an adjunct professor at the University of Ottawa, where she teaches courses in the Schools of Music and Information Studies, and in the Digital Humanities Minor. Her research focuses on country music and geography, with an interest issues related to identity, gender... Read More →


Wednesday June 6, 2018 11:15 - 12:00
Pavillon Tabaret Hall - TBT 323

11:15

A2 - Le rôle des bibliothécaires dans le créacollage numérique des étudiants universitaires (simultaneous interpretation in English will be provided)
Notre communication porte sur le rôle des bibliothécaires dans le processus de créacollage numérique utilisé par les étudiants universitaires pour créer leurs travaux. Des données issues d’un questionnaire administré dans six universités québécoises à l’automne 2017 seront présentées.

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THE ROLE OF LIBRARIANS IN THE USE OF DIGITAL SCRAPBOOKING FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' ASSIGNMENTS

Our paper focuses on the role of librarians helping university students using digital scrapbooking for their assignments. Data from questionnaires administered at six Quebec universities in the fall of 2017 will be presented.

This presentation will be given in French, but simultaneous interpretation in English will be provided.

Speakers
avatar for Sylvie Gervais

Sylvie Gervais

Bibliothécaire, Université du Québec en Outaouais
Sylvie Gervais poursuit un doctorat en sciences de l’éducation du programme réseau de l’Université du Québec (UQAM-UQO), sur les compétences informationnelles des futurs enseignants. Elle est bibliothécaire de référence responsable des disciplines des sciences de l’éducation... Read More →
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Martine Peters

Professeure, Université du Québec en Outaouais
Martine Peters travaille en didactique du français et en technopédagogie à l’Université du Québec en Outaouais depuis plusieurs années. Les stratégies de créacollage numérique, les compétences informationnelles, rédactionnelles et de référencement documentaire ainsi... Read More →
avatar for Jean-Philippe Pouliot

Jean-Philippe Pouliot

Bibliothécaire, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
Jean-Philippe Pouliot est bibliothécaire de référence pour le Département des arts et lettres à l’Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC). Il est collaborateur pour le Groupe de recherche sur l’intégrité académique (GRIA) et également membre du Groupe de travail sur... Read More →


Wednesday June 6, 2018 11:15 - 12:00
Pavillon Morisset Hall - MRT 251

11:15

A3 - Using intrinsic motivation in guided discussions: Promoting critical interactions with information sources
Getting past the students’ blank stares to have an engaged classroom discussion can be difficult in library instruction. This presentation explores how we set up an activity to foster intrinsic motivation and engage students in meaningful debate using the information sources they locate.

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UTILISER LA MOTIVATION INTRINSÈQUE POUR DES DISCUSSIONS GUIDÉES: PROMOUVOIR L'INTERACTION CRITIQUE AVEC LES SOURCES D'INFORMATION

Il est difficile parfois de passer outre les regards vides des étudiants afin d'avoir une discussion engagée lors de formations documentaires. Cette présentation explore comment nous avons mis sur pied une activité pour stimuler la motivation intrinsèque et engager les étudiants dans un débat constructif tout en utilisant les sources d'information qu'ils trouvent.

Speakers
avatar for Brandon West

Brandon West

Head of Research Instruction Services, State University of New York at Geneseo
Brandon K. West is the Head of Research Instruction Services and liaison to the Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology departments at SUNY Geneseo. His research interests include examining the intersections of information literacy and online learning, applying instructional design... Read More →
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Alan Witt

Business Librarian, SUNY Geneseo
Alan Witt is starting in on his second year as Business Librarian at SUNY Geneseo, and has been focusing on active learning in his professional development. In addition to Business liaison work, he works with Political Science and Math, assists community members in partnership with... Read More →



11:15

A4 - Black, white, and re(a)d: How to tell real news from malarkey
Have you ever fallen for a fake news story? Don’t be fooled again! Two librarians developed workshops to teach students and members of the community skills to critically analyse news and become savvy information consumers. Attendees will test their own fake news detection skills in a live demonstration.

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ÉCRIT NOIR SUR BLANC: COMMENT DIFFÉRENCIER LES FAUSSES NOUVELLES DES VRAIES

Êtes-vous déjà tombé dans le piège d'une fausse nouvelle? Ne vous y trompez plus! Deux bibliothécaires ont mis sur pied des ateliers pour enseigner aux étudiants et aux membres de la communauté à analyser les nouvelles de façon critique et à devenir des consommateurs avertis. Les participants testeront leurs propres techniques de détection de fausses nouvelles lors d'une démonstration en direct.

Speakers
avatar for Katherine Hanz

Katherine Hanz

Coordinator/Liaison Librarian, McGill University
Katherine Hanz is a Liaison Librarian at McGill University where she specializes in Library and Information Studies. She is also the staff coordinator of McGill's Humanities and Social Sciences Library.
avatar for Emily Kingsland

Emily Kingsland

Liaison Librarian, McGill University
Emily Kingsland is a Liaison Librarian at McGill University, where she specializes in educational and counselling psychology, human geography, and psychology.


Wednesday June 6, 2018 11:15 - 12:00
Pavillon Tabaret Hall - TBT 325

12:00

13:15

B1 - Triumphs and pitfalls of leading social work students through EBP
Two librarians and a faculty member at UBC Okanagan revitalized the existing IL component in a Master's of Social Work research methodology course. A case-based learning approach was used to facilitate students understanding of the information process for their future social work practice. Interventions and assessments will be shared.

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LES TRIOMPHES ET LES ÉCUEILS D'UNE APPROCHE UTILISANT LA PRATIQUE FONDÉE SUR LES DONNÉES PROBANTES AVEC DES ÉTUDIANTS EN TRAVAIL SOCIAL

Deux bibliothécaires et un membre du corps professoral de l'Université de la Colombie-Britannique (Okanagan) ont revitalisé le volet en compétences informationnelles d'un cours de méthodologie de recherche de maîtrise en travail social. Une approche d'apprentissage par étude de cas a été utilisée pour aider les étudiants à mieux comprendre le processus d'information pour leur future pratique en travail social. Les activités utilisées et les évaluations seront discutées lors de la présentation.

Speakers
avatar for Sajni Lacey

Sajni Lacey

Learning and Curriculum Support Librarian, UBC Okanagan
Sajni Lacey is the Learning and Curriculum Support Librarian at UBC Library’s Okanagan campus, in addition to serving as the subject librarian for English, History, Education and a smattering of languages. Sajni’s focus in on integrating information and digital literacy into course... Read More →
avatar for Arielle Lomness

Arielle Lomness

Collections Librarian, UBC Okanagan
Arielle Lomness is the Collections Librarian at UBC Library’s Okanagan campus, in addition to serving as a subject liaison librarian to ten subject areas. Through her liaison work she supports a variety of teaching and research projects with faculty, and focuses on student education... Read More →



Wednesday June 6, 2018 13:15 - 14:00
Pavillon Tabaret Hall - TBT 323

13:15

B2 - Plickers et Aurasma en action: Développement des compétences informationnelles (simultaneous interpretation in English will be provided)
L'utilisation des applications Plickers et Aurasma, technologies simples et efficaces, pour développer les compétences informationnelles chez les utilisateurs. De plus, l’utilisation de la littérature jeunesse et les applications technologiques afin de sensibiliser les usagers au sujet de l’identité et la citoyenneté numérique.

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PLICKERS AND AURASMA IN ACTION: DEVELOPING INFORMATION LITERACY COMPETENCIES

The use of Plickers and Aurasma applications, simple and effective technologies, to develop the informational skills of users. In addition, the use of children's literature and technological applications to educate users about digital identity and citizenship.

This presentation will be given in French, but simultaneous interpretation in English will be provided.

Speakers
avatar for Fouad Bendifallah

Fouad Bendifallah

Bibliothécaire professionnel, Commission scolaire des Laurentides
Détenteur d’une maîtrise en science de l’information de l’Université de Montréal. Fouad a toujours eu un penchant pour l’utilisation et l'intégration des nouvelles technologies! Auteur de plusieurs articles en arabe touchant la sécurité de l’information et les droits... Read More →
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Irazema Del Valle

Bibliothécaire professionnelle, Commission scolaire des Laurentides
Détentrice d’un baccalauréat en droit et une maîtrise en bibliothéconomie et sciences de l’information de l’université McGill, Irazema Del Valle est une passionnée de la littérature jeunesse. Elle travaille en tant que bibliothécaire à la commission scolaire des Laurentides... Read More →


Wednesday June 6, 2018 13:15 - 14:00
Pavillon Morisset Hall - MRT 251

13:15

B3 - Stories of active teaching: Embedding civic engagement in our practice
How do we move beyond the well-worn path of information discovery and evaluation in our instruction? Join librarians and archivists from Western University and Huron University College, as we share stories that explore teaching civic engagement as an IL learning outcome.

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L'ENSEIGNEMENT ACTIF: INTÉGRER L'ENGAGEMENT CIVIQUE DANS NOTRE PRATIQUE

Comment dépasser les voies régulièrement empruntées pour l'enseignement de la découverte et de l'évaluation de l'information? Joignez-vous aux bibliothécaires et archivistes de l'Université de Western et du Huron University College afin d'en apprendre davantage sur l'engagement civique enseigné comme un objectif d'apprentissage en compétences informationnelles.

Speakers
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Tom Adam

Copyright Librarian, Western University
Tom Adam is Western’s Copyright Librarian and Administrator of Scholarship@Western, the university’s institutional repository. Prior to assuming this position in 2013, Tom was Western Libraries’ first Teaching and Learning Librarian and for more than a decade, collaborated with... Read More →
avatar for Colleen Burgess

Colleen Burgess

Teaching and Learning Librarian, Huron College at Western University
Colleen Burgess is the Teaching and Learning Librarian at Huron University College at Western University where she coordinates the college’s information literacy program and reference services. A former secondary school teacher of English, Colleen has worked in education for the... Read More →
avatar for Kim McPhee

Kim McPhee

Head, Teaching and Learning, Western University
Kim McPhee is Head, Teaching & Learning at Western Libraries at Western University where she leads a newly-formed team of Librarians and Library Assistants. Together, they are developing an intentional campus-wide information literacy (IL) program that will connect students to the... Read More →
avatar for Leanne Olson

Leanne Olson

Metadata Management Librarian, Western University
Leanne Olson is currently a Metadata Management Librarian at Western University, and will become Western's new the Digitization and Digital Preservation Librarian in May 2018. She has worked at Western Libraries since 2008 and regularly seeks out opportunities to teach, despite her... Read More →
avatar for Christy Sich

Christy Sich

Research & Instructional Services Librarian, Western University
Christy Sich has worked as a Research & Instructional Librarian at Western University in The D.B. Weldon Library for 10 years. Prior to this, she held a similar position at the University of Waterloo, working in the Dana Porter Library. She has a special interest in teaching and seeks... Read More →


14:00

14:15

C1 - Student attendance at library workshops: What the data tells us
What makes students come to workshops, and what can we do to increase their numbers? This presentation describes a study that compiled data from workshops across Canada and the US in order to determine the factors that influence student attendance at library and support workshops. Best practices will be discussed.

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LA PARTICIPATION DES ÉTUDIANTS AUX ATELIERS DE LA BIBLIOTHÈQUE: CE QUE LES DONNÉES NOUS RÉVÈLENT

Qu'est-ce qui fait venir les étudiants aux ateliers de la bibliothèque et que pouvons-nous faire pour augmenter leur nombre? Cette présentation décrit une étude qui a compilé des données d'ateliers à travers le Canada et les États-Unis afin de déterminer les facteurs qui influencent la fréquentation des étudiants aux ateliers de la bibliothèque. Cette présentation comprendra également une discussion sur les meilleures pratiques.

Speakers
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Richelle Witherspoon

Information Services Librarian, UNB, University of New Brunswick
I am a librarian at the University of New Brunswick. My research and professional activities are inspired by the implementation of evidence-based practice to improve libraries and library services.


14:15

C2 - Les bibliothèques collégiales québécoises et la formation documentaire (simultaneous interpretation in English will be provided)
Anne-Frédérique Champoux, animatrice du Regroupement des bibliothèques collégiales du Québec et membre de son comité sur la formation documentaire, vous parlera des projets réalisés par le comité : portrait de la formation documentaire dans le réseau collégial, répertoire des bonnes pratiques, compétences informationnelles dans les programmes collégiaux et bonnes pratiques de collaboration.

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QUEBEC COLLEGE LIBRARIES AND LIBRARY INSTRUCTION

Anne-Frédérique Champoux, facilitator of the Regroupement des bibliothèques collégiales du Québec and member of its information literacy committee, will speak to you about the projects carried out by the committee: a portrait of library instruction in the college network, an inventory of best practices, information literacy in college programs and good collaborative practices.

This presentation will be given in French, but simultaneous interpretation in English will be provided.

Speakers
avatar for Anne-Frédérique Champoux

Anne-Frédérique Champoux

Animatrice du Regroupement des bibliothèques collégiales du Québec (REBICQ), Regroupement des bibliothèques collégiales du Québec
Anne-Frédérique Champoux est titulaire d’une maîtrise en bibliothéconomie et sciences de l’information de l’Université McGill (2011). Elle a été conseillère à la documentation, puis spécialiste en moyens et techniques d’enseignement, respectivement aux bibliothèques... Read More →
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Valérie Poirier-Rouillard

Bibliothécaire diplômée, Cégep Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
Détentrice d’un baccalauréat en littérature et d’un certificat en archivistique de l’Université du Québec à Montréal ainsi que d'une maîtrise en Sciences de l’information de l’Université de Montréal, Valérie Poirier-Rouillard travaille depuis deux ans au sein... Read More →


Wednesday June 6, 2018 14:15 - 15:00
Pavillon Morisset Hall - MRT 251

14:15

C3 - If you give a health professional a webinar: Launching an information literacy webinar series to health professionals throughout the province of Manitoba
Recent advances in technology have allowed the MHIKNET library service to offer free information literacy sessions to health professionals throughout Manitoba. This new education series has helped health professionals turn evidence into action and enact positive change in healthcare. We describe the road to creating a successful virtual education series.

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SI VOUS DONNEZ UN WEBINAIRE À UN PROFESSIONNEL DE LA SANTÉ: LANCEMENT D'UNE SÉRIE DE WEBINAIRES PORTANT SUR LES COMPÉTENCES INFORMATIONNELLES DÉDIÉS AUX PROFESSIONNELS DE LA SANTÉ AU MANITOBA

Les récents progrès technologiques ont permis au service de bibliothèque MHIKNET du Manitoba d'offrir gratuitement des séances de formation en compétences informationnelles aux professionnels de la santé partout au Manitoba. Cette nouvelle série éducative a aidé les professionnels de la santé à utiliser des sources scientifiques dans leur pratique courante et à mettre en œuvre des changements positifs dans les soins de santé. Nous décrirons ce qui nous a menés à la création d'une série de cours virtuels couronnés de succès.

Speakers
avatar for Maureen Babb

Maureen Babb

WRHA Liaison Librarian, University of Manitoba
Maureen Babb is a liaison librarian for the newly established WRHA Virtual Library at the Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library. Prior to this, she was the MHIKNET librarian for Manitoba Health. A recent graduate of the University of Alberta’s MLIS program, she completed her... Read More →
avatar for Orvie Dingwall

Orvie Dingwall

Head of Outreach Services, University of Manitoba
Orvie is the Head of Outreach Services at the University of Manitoba’s Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library, and provides and coordinates library services to regional health authorities in Manitoba. She has served as President of the Canadian Health Libraries Association and... Read More →


Wednesday June 6, 2018 14:15 - 15:00
Pavillon Tabaret Hall - TBT 323

14:15

C4W - Starting strong: Anticipatory sets for student engagement
Limited Capacity full

As we plan instruction sessions, our attention often turns to student learning objectives, activities, and assessment. But how are we laying the groundwork for learning? Anticipatory sets engage the attention of the learner while activating existing knowledge – two crucial components of learning. This interactive workshop will engage participants in the creation of anticipatory sets.

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COMMENCER FORT: ENSEMBLES D'ANTICIPATION POUR L'ENGAGEMENT DES ÉTUDIANTS

Lorsque nous planifions des sessions de formation, notre attention se tourne souvent vers les objectifs d'apprentissage, les activités et l'évaluation des étudiants. Mais comment préparons-nous le terrain pour favoriser l'apprentissage? Les ensembles d'anticipation attirent l'attention de l'apprenant tout en activant les connaissances existantes - deux éléments cruciaux de l'apprentissage. Cet atelier interactif encouragera les participants à créer des ensembles d'anticipation.

Speakers
avatar for Anne Deutsch

Anne Deutsch

Instruction Program Coordinator, State University of New York at New Paltz
Anne C. Deutsch is the Sojourner Truth Library Instruction Program Coordinator at the State University of New York at New Paltz. She earned her MLS at City University of New York Queens College and is currently working toward her MS in Curriculum Development and Educational Technology... Read More →
avatar for Brandon West

Brandon West

Head of Research Instruction Services, State University of New York at Geneseo
Brandon K. West is the Head of Research Instruction Services and liaison to the Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology departments at SUNY Geneseo. His research interests include examining the intersections of information literacy and online learning, applying instructional design... Read More →



Wednesday June 6, 2018 14:15 - 16:15
Pavillon Morisset Hall - MRT 248

15:00

15:30

D1 - Social identity and class climate in the information literacy classroom: Cultivating intellectual empathy and critical reflection
This paper explores scholarship on class climate and social identity and its implications for information literacy education. This literature suggests ways to help students engage in critical thinking, reflection, and dialogue and to consider issues from varying perspectives. These abilities are essential to being an engaged and empathetic world citizen.

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IDENTITÉ SOCIALE ET CLIMAT SOCIAL EN LIEN AUX COMPÉTENCES INFORMATIONNELLES: CULTIVER L'EMPATHIE INTELLECTUELLE ET LA RÉFLEXION CRITIQUE

Cette présentation explore la recherche sur le climat social et l'identité sociale et ses implications pour les formations en compétences informationnelles. Les études suggèrent des façons d'aider les étudiants à s'engager dans la pensée critique, la réflexion et le dialogue et à examiner ces questions sous différents angles. Ces capacités sont essentielles pour être un citoyen du monde engagé et empathique.

Speakers
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Andrea Baer

Instructional Services Librarian, University of West Georgia
Andrea Baer is an Instructional Services Librarian at the University of West Georgia. She holds a Ph.D. in comparative literature from the University of Washington and a Masters in Information Sciences from the University of Tennessee. Andrea’s work in libraries and education is... Read More →


Wednesday June 6, 2018 15:30 - 16:15
Pavillon Morisset Hall - MRT 251

15:30

D2 - Act with your ears: How rhetorical listening informs information literacy pedagogy
Rhetorical listening translates a passive process into a mode of action that informs information literacy pedagogy. While the Framework engages with rhetorical listening techniques, this concept contributes to notions of critical IL pedagogy that surpass ACRL’s document. Practical applications of rhetorical listening demonstrate its value to IL instruction.

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AGISSEZ AVEC VOS OREILLES: COMMENT L’ÉCOUTE RHÉTORIQUE ÉCLAIRE LA PÉDAGOGIE EN COMPÉTENCES INFORMATIONNELLES

L’écoute rhétorique traduit un processus passif en un mode d’action qui éclaire la pédagogie en compétences informationnelles. Bien que le « Framework for information literacy for higher education » s’engage dans des techniques d’écoute rhétorique, ce concept contribue aux notions de pédagogie critique en compétences informationnelles qui dépassent le document de l’ACRL. Les applications pratiques de l’écoute rhétorique démontrent sa valeur pour l’enseignement des compétences informationnelles.

Speakers
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Meredith Fischer

Liaison Librarian, Wilfrid Laurier University
Meredith Fischer is a Liaison Librarian at Wilfrid Laurier University. The subject areas she covers include Social Work, English, and Film Studies. Before stepping into her current role, Meredith worked as a cataloguer at the University of Waterloo.


Wednesday June 6, 2018 15:30 - 16:15
Pavillon Tabaret Hall - TBT 323

15:30

D3 - This was actually fun!: Engaging users in conversations about digital literacy
This interactive presentation highlights pop-up programming designed to improve 21st century digital literacies. The session includes an overview of activity development and reflections on its success. Participants will explore light-touch digital literacy games on their personal devices and take home tools to recreate similar programming at their library.

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C’ÉTAIT VRAIMENT AMUSANT! ENGAGER LES UTILISATEURS DANS DES CONVERSATIONS SUR LA LITTÉRATIE NUMÉRIQUE

Cette présentation interactive met l’accent sur la programmation « pop-up » conçue pour améliorer la littératie numérique au 21e siècle. La séance comprend un aperçu de l’élaboration des activités et des réflexions sur son succès. Les participants exploreront des jeux d’alphabétisation numérique sur leurs appareils mobiles personnels et rapporteront des outils à la maison pour recréer des programmes semblables dans leur bibliothèque.

Speakers
avatar for Madisson Goldhawk

Madisson Goldhawk

Library Assistant, Research and Instructional Services, Western Libraries
Madisson Goldhawk works at the Taylor Library of Western Libraries, supporting the STEM and health science faculties. Her library career has included work in both public and academic libraries with a consistent focus on the provision of user services and a keen interest in library... Read More →
avatar for Erin Johnson

Erin Johnson

Library Assistant, Research and Instructional Services, Western Libraries
Prior to a career in libraries, Erin Johnson worked as an entrepreneur and freelance photographer for many years. She enjoys living in London, Ontario, taking in the local art and music scene, and spending quality time with friends and family. Johnson has a diploma in Applied Photography... Read More →
avatar for Lillian Rigling

Lillian Rigling

Research and Instructional Services Librarian, Western Libraries
Lillian Rigling is a Research & Instructional Services Librarian at Western Libraries. Previously, she held a position as a fellow at NCSU Libraries where she was cross-appointed in the Copyright and Digital Scholarship Center and the User Experience Department. She writes and speaks... Read More →


17:00

Opening reception at Sidedoor Restaurant | Réception d'ouverture à Sidedoor Restaurant
Walking directions from Tabaret Hall to Sidedoor Restaurant - https://goo.gl/maps/7JaFqW6E4Gw

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Directives pour se rendre à pied du Pavillon Tabaret au restaurant Sidedoor - https://goo.gl/maps/7JaFqW6E4Gw

Wednesday June 6, 2018 17:00 - 19:00
Sidedoor Restaurant 18b York Street, Ottawa, ON
 
Thursday, June 7
 

08:00

08:30

09:00

E1 - Evidence-based IL program proposals: Engaging in curriculum mapping to re-envision instructional practice
Curriculum mapping ultimately benefits undergraduate student IL skills acquisition. Join us as we share details of our curriculum mapping project that resulted in customized IL proposals for academic departments. Leave inspired to enact a curriculum mapping process that integrates IL programming into departmental curriculum.

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PROPOSITIONS DE PROGRAMMES DE MAÎTRISE DE L’INFORMATION FONDÉES SUR DES DONNÉES PROBANTES: S’ENGAGER DANS LA SCHÉMATISATION DE CURRICULUMS D’ÉTUDES POUR REPENSER LA PRATIQUE PÉDAGOGIQUE

La schématisation de curriculums d’études favorise l’acquisition de compétences de maîtrise de l’information chez les étudiants de premier cycle. Joignez-vous à nous lorsque nous partagerons les détails de notre projet de schématisation du curriculum qui a donné lieu à des propositions de maîtrise de l’information personnalisées pour les départements universitaires. Laissez-vous inspirer pour la mise en œuvre d’un processus de schématisation des programmes d’études qui intègre les programmes de maîtrise de l’information au curriculum d’études du ministère.

Speakers
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Elizabeth Mantz

Research & Instructional Services Librarian, Western University
Elizabeth Mantz has worked in The D.B. Weldon Library at Western University for nearly 30 years as a Research & Instructional Services Librarian. She is particularly interested in the role the Reference collection plays in undergraduate instruction.
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Kim McPhee

Head, Teaching and Learning, Western University
Kim McPhee is Head, Teaching & Learning at Western Libraries at Western University where she leads a newly-formed team of Librarians and Library Assistants. Together, they are developing an intentional campus-wide information literacy (IL) program that will connect students to the... Read More →
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Christy Sich

Research & Instructional Services Librarian, Western University
Christy Sich has worked as a Research & Instructional Librarian at Western University in The D.B. Weldon Library for 10 years. Prior to this, she held a similar position at the University of Waterloo, working in the Dana Porter Library. She has a special interest in teaching and seeks... Read More →


09:00

E2 - Active learning through graphical abstracts: A faculty-librarian partnership to build students' synthesis and communication skills
This session describes an interactive lesson plan co-developed by a librarian & faculty member that introduces undergraduate students to graphical abstracts. Session participants will learn how they can integrate graphical abstracts within their own instruction (accommodating for class size or discipline), and engage learning in areas of comprehension, knowledge synthesis, and communication.

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L’APPRENTISSAGE ACTIF PAR LE BIAIS DE RÉSUMÉS GRAPHIQUES: UN PARTENARIAT ENTRE PROFESSEURS ET BIBLIOTHÉCAIRES POUR RENFORCER LES COMPÉTENCES DES ÉTUDIANTS EN MATIÈRE DE SYNTHÈSE ET DE COMMUNICATION.

Cette séance décrit un plan de leçon interactif élaboré conjointement par un bibliothécaire et un membre du corps professoral qui présente aux étudiants de premier cycle les résumés graphiques. Les participants apprendront comment ils peuvent intégrer des résumés graphiques à leur propre enseignement (en tenant compte de la taille de la classe ou de la discipline) et à engager l’apprentissage dans les domaines de la compréhension, de la synthèse des connaissances et de la communication.

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Abeer Siddiqui

School of Interdisciplinary Science Librarian, McMaster University
Abeer Siddiqui is the School of Interdisciplinary Science Librarian at McMaster University. In this role, she develops embedded science and information literacy instruction for the Life Science program. She has previously worked as a research associate at the McMaster Institute for... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 09:00 - 09:45
Pavillon Desmarais Hall - DMS 1120

09:00

E3 - The process is the outcome: A framework for student "research as praxis"
This presentation reframes information literacy education as reflective praxis. Based on a pedagogy of reflexivity, reciprocity, critical ontology, and a concept of voice as an embodied social process, our framework provides space for students to begin to understand how information, knowledge, meaning, and inquiry are historically and culturally constructed.

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LE PROCESSUS EST LE RÉSULTAT: UN CADRE DE TRAVAIL EN TANT QUE « RECHERCHE COMME PRATIQUE » POUR LES ÉTUDIANTS.

Cette présentation recadre l’éducation de la maîtrise de l’information en tant que pratique réflexive. Basé sur une pédagogie de la réflexivité, de la réciprocité, de l’ontologie critique et d’un concept de la voix en tant que processus social incarné, notre cadre offre un espace pour que les élèves commencent à comprendre comment l’information, la connaissance, la signification et le questionnement sont historiquement et culturellement construits.

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Kyle Feenstra

Coordinator, Learning & Instruction Support, University of Manitoba
Kyle Feenstra is Coordinator of Learning & Instruction Support at University of Manitoba Libraries. His current research is concerned with the ontological basis for learner autonomy in higher education and the place of student voice in academic libraries. He received his MLIS from... Read More →



Thursday June 7, 2018 09:00 - 09:45
Pavillon Desmarais Hall - DMS 1150

09:00

E4W - The net is not neutral: Teaching hidden biases in everyday Internet use
Limited Capacity filling up

From Facebook’s filter bubble to Google’s inappropriate autocorrects, proprietary algorithms distort information and reinforce biases. Engage in active learning exercises from a successful workshop series that demonstrate to our learners the non-neutrality of the web, and discuss ways to incorporate digital literacy into your praxis. Bring your mobile device/laptop!

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LE WEB N’EST PAS NEUTRE: ENSEIGNER LES PRÉJUGÉS CACHÉS DANS L’UTILISATION QUOTIDIENNE D’INTERNET

De la bulle de filtres de Facebook aux autocorrections inappropriées de Google, les algorithmes propriétaires faussent l’information et renforcent les biais. Participez à des exercices d’apprentissage actif à partir d’une série d’ateliers efficaces qui démontrent à nos apprenants la non-neutralité du Web et discutez des façons d’intégrer la culture numérique dans votre pratique. Apportez votre appareil/ordinateur portable!

Speakers
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Alyssa Archer

Coordinator of Faculty Outreach, Radford University
Alyssa Archer is the Coordinator of Faculty Outreach at Radford University’s McConnell Library. Working as a team member in Library Instruction and Research Services, she is grateful to have wonderful colleagues to collaborate with and try out different strategies related to learner-centered... Read More →
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Liz Bellamy

Instruction Librarian, Radford University
Liz McGlynn Bellamy is an Instruction Librarian at Radford University’s McConnell Library. As a member of McConnell’s Instruction and Research Services team, she collaboratively designs and teaches lessons in information and web literacy and strives to make research services inclusive... Read More →
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Lisa Dinkle

Instruction Librarian, Radford University
Lisa Dinkle is an Instruction Librarian at Radford University’s McConnell Library. Her professional experience includes work at various types of libraries; with a detour into library software training and testing. She enjoys collaborating with her spectacular colleagues to create... Read More →



Thursday June 7, 2018 09:00 - 11:00
Pavillon Morisset Hall - MRT 248

09:45

10:15

F1 - Embedded research guides: Are they doing what students want?
Since we integrated Research Guides into our learning management system in 2016, access has increased by 71%. How can we improve the content within this resource? We will present the results of student usage surveys and interviews. These results will inform how we create Research Guides to support student research.

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GUIDES DE RECHERCHE INTÉGRÉS: FONT-ILS CE QUE LES ÉTUDIANTS VEULENT?

Depuis que nous avons intégré les guides de recherche dans notre système de gestion de l’apprentissage en 2016, l’accès a augmenté de 71 %. Comment pouvons-nous améliorer le contenu de cette ressource? Nous présenterons les résultats de sondages et d’entrevues faits auprès des étudiants. Ces résultats éclaireront la façon dont nous élaborons des guides de recherche pour appuyer la recherche des étudiants.

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Jim Seale

Reference Librarian - Woodstock Public Library/Independent Researcher, University of Western Ontario
Jim Seale is a recent graduate of the Master of Library and Information Science program at Western University. His research interests include user experience as well as online and blended learning in libraries. His co-op placement in the Research and Instructional Services department... Read More →
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Alison Wetheral

Library Assistant at the Music Library, Western Libraries, University of Western Ontario
Alison is currently working at the Music Library at Western University where she strives to create meaningful daily face-to-face teaching moments with Music students. She recently finished a term as Western’s Research and Instructional Services Librarian in Engineering and Physics... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 10:15 - 11:00
Pavillon Desmarais Hall - DMS 1120

10:15

F2 - Building on first-year students' information seeking strengths: How their life-research experiences can inform FYE library instruction curriculum
Do you want to design information literacy curriculum with students’ strengths in mind? Join us as we present findings from interviews with first-year students across four different institutions. First-year students possess considerable research savvy because of their life-research experiences. Learn how to leverage their experiences for instruction based on strengths!

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MISER SUR LA FORCE DE RECHERCHE D’INFORMATION DES ÉTUDIANTS DE PREMIÈRE ANNÉE: COMMENT LEURS HABITUDES DE VIE EN RECHERCHE PEUVENT ÉCLAIRER LE PROGRAMME D’ENSEIGNEMENT DE PREMIÈRE ANNÉE D’EXPÉRIENCE DE LA BIBLIOTHÈQUE

Voulez-vous concevoir un programme de maîtrise de l’information qui tient compte de la force des étudiants? Joignez-vous à nous lorsque nous présenterons les résultats d’entrevues avec des étudiants de première année dans quatre établissements différents. Les étudiants de première année possèdent un bagage considérable en recherche grâce à leurs expériences de vie en recherche. Apprenez comment tirer parti de leurs expériences pour l’enseignement basé sur les forces!

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Emily Cox

Scholarly Resources Librarian: Humanities, University of Texas at San Antonio
Emily Cox is the Scholarly Resources Librarian for Humanities at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She works extensively with students and faculty in Philosophy, Classics, and Music.
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Mark Lenker

Teaching and Learning Librarian, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Mark Lenker is a Teaching and Learning Librarian at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, where he works extensively with first-year English classes and first-year seminars for the College of Liberal Arts. Mark’s research interests include information literacy, political discourse... Read More →
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Tatiana Pashkova-Balkenhol

Undergraduate Research and Instruction Librarian, Millersville University
Tatiana Pashkova-Balkenhol holds two Master’s degrees in Library Science and English from Emporia State University. She serves as Undergraduate Research and Instruction Librarian at Millersville University and collaborates with faculty in a variety of disciplines to engage undergraduate... Read More →


10:15

F3 - Critically (re)envisioning graduate research orientations for the 21st century
Reflecting on focus group data, librarians (re)envisioned the research orientation into a series of workshops to incorporate scholarship from beyond the global north, critical aspects of conducting research at the graduate level, and leveraging available and unique resources. Revitalize your praxis and help students succeed in the global knowledge economy.

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REVOIR DE FAÇON CRITIQUE LES ORIENTATIONS DE RECHERCHE AUX CYCLES SUPÉRIEURS POUR LE XXIE SIÈCLE

En se penchant sur les données des groupes de discussion, les bibliothécaires ont (re)envisagé l’orientation de recherche dans le cadre d’une série d’ateliers visant à incorporer les travaux d’érudition venant de l’extérieur du Nord global, les aspects critiques de la conduite de la recherche au niveau des cycles supérieurs et l’exploitation des ressources disponibles et uniques. Revitalisez votre pratique et aidez les étudiants à réussir dans l’économie mondiale du savoir.

Speakers
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Bronwen K. Maxson

Romance Languages Librarian, University of Colorado Boulder
Bronwen K. Maxson received a Master in Library and Information Science in 2013 from the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado. She worked for three years at Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI) as a Humanities Librarian and is currently the Romance Languages... Read More →
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Betsaida M Reyes

Librarian for Spanish, Portuguese, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies, University of Kansas
Betsaida M. Reyes received a Master of Science in Information Science in 2013 from the University at Albany, SUNY. For the past four years, she has worked as the Librarian for Spanish, Portuguese, Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the University of Kansas. Betsaida's research... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 10:15 - 11:00
Pavillon Desmarais Hall - DMS 1150

11:00

11:15

G1 - Real or fake? Helping York University spot fake news
Concerned about the proliferation of fake news, York University Libraries developed programming to empower individuals to critically reflect on the news they encounter. The panelists will share their experience creating a Fake News LibGuide, themed book displays, a social media campaign, a panel discussion, and media literacy workshops.

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VRAI OU FAUX? AIDONS L’UNIVERSITÉ YORK À REPÉRER LES FAUSSES NOUVELLES

Préoccupées par la prolifération des fausses nouvelles, les bibliothèques de l’Université York ont mis au point des programmes visant à habiliter les gens à réfléchir de façon critique aux nouvelles qu’ils rencontrent. Les panélistes partageront leur expérience sur la création d’un Fake News LibGuide, d’expositions de livres thématiques, d’une campagne sur les médias sociaux, d’une discussion en groupe et d’ateliers d’éducation aux médias.

Speakers
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Sophie Bury

Head, Peter F. Bronfman Business Library & Learning Commons Chair, York University
Sophie Bury is Head of the Bronfman Business Library at York University. She is also one of the business liaison librarians, and Chair of the Learning Commons. She has a strong research interest in IL related issues with a special focus in her presentation and publication work on... Read More →
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Peter Duerr

Assistant Librarian, York University
Starting out in accounting and culinary worlds, Peter settled on librarianship. Acquiring his Western MLIS, he gained experience at Kings College and 2 co-ops: Ottawa’s Office of Learning Technologies & Moncton’s Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency. His first employment was at... Read More →
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Genny Jon

Physical Sciences Librarian, York University
Genny Jon is a physical sciences librarian at York University. She is very interested in helping students learn to navigate and evaluate library resources and other information sources to find reliable information. As a news junkie, she is very concerned about how easily fake news... Read More →
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Amy Poon

Reference and Instruction Librarian, York University
Amy Poon is currently the subject librarian for Psychology and Education at York University. She received her MLIS degree from Western University in 2012 and briefly worked in information management before arriving at York. Her interests include user experience, e-learning, and information... Read More →



11:15

G2 - First experience and cognitive dissonance: A study of student perceptions change over time in two institutions
How do students’ perceptions of their information literacy skills change from the college transition through the first year experience? Come to this session to learn about a mixed-methods study at two universities of freshmen perceptions of their information literacy abilities throughout their freshmen year. Learn about the intersections between cognitive dissonance, information literacy, and the first year experience, as well as gain practical tips for implementation in your classroom.

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PREMIÈRE EXPÉRIENCE ET DISSONANCE COGNITIVE: UNE ÉTUDE SUR LES CHANGEMENTS DE PERCEPTION DES ÉTUDIANTS AU FIL DU TEMPS DANS DEUX ÉTABLISSEMENTS

Comment la perception qu'ont les étudiants de leurs compétences informationnelles change au cours de leur transition au collège et de leur première année d'expérience? Venez assister à cette séance pour en apprendre davantage sur une étude utilisant une méthodologie mixte, qui a eu lieu dans deux universités et découvrez comment les étudiants de première année perçoivent leurs compétences informationnelles tout au long de cette première année. Renseignez-vous sur les intersections entre la dissonance cognitive, la maîtrise de l'information et l'expérience de la première année et obtenez des conseils pratiques pour la mise en œuvre dans votre classe.

Speakers
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Maoria Kirker

Instruction & Assessment Coordinator, University Libraries, George Mason University
Maoria J. Kirker is Instruction & Assessment Coordinator at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Her research interests include communities of practice, professional development of instruction librarians, and instruction librarians’ self-efficacy beliefs.
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Ilana Stonebraker

Business Information Specialist, Assistant Professor of Library Science, Purdue University Libraries
Ilana Stonebraker is a Business Information Specialist, Assistant Professor of Library Science at Purdue University. Her research interested including scholarship of teaching and learning, emerging metrics, and critical information literacy.


Thursday June 7, 2018 11:15 - 12:00
Pavillon Desmarais Hall - DMS 1150

11:15

G3 - Academic integrity for graduate students: Listening to international and indigenous voices
INTG 100A/B, an online course developed and taught by librarians, is mandatory for all first-year undergraduates at Memorial University, and has led to the initiation of a similar graduate course. Find out how the developers plan to incorporate the voices of international and indigenous students into both courses.

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INTÉGRITÉ ACADÉMIQUE POUR LES ÉTUDIANTS DIPLÔMÉS: À L’ÉCOUTE DES VOIX INTERNATIONALES ET AUTOCHTONES

INTG 100A/B, un cours en ligne élaboré et enseigné par des bibliothécaires, est obligatoire pour tous les étudiants de première année du premier cycle à l’Université Memorial, et a mené à la création d’un cours de deuxième cycle similaire. Découvrez comment les développeurs envisagent d’intégrer les voix des étudiants internationaux et autochtones dans les deux cours.

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Erin Alcock

Science Research Liaison Librarian, QEII Library, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Erin Alcock is a Science Research Liaison Librarian from Memorial University of Newfoundland, where she earned a B.Sc and M.Sc prior to completing her MLIS at Western. She has been the co-coordinator of MUN’s Academic Integrity course since August 2017 and otherwise fills her days... Read More →
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Wendy Rodgers

Humanities Research Liaison Librarian, QEII Library, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Wendy Rodgers still cannot believe she has been a professional librarian for twenty years. She is currently a Humanities Research Liaison Librarian at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Previously, she was a Web Content Coordinator at the University of Guelph Library. She has served... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 11:15 - 12:00
Pavillon Desmarais Hall - DMS 1120

12:00

13:15

LT1 - iLightboard: An easy-to-use iPad app for creating effective lecture-style videos fast
See how an instruction librarian and a mobile app developer have collaborated to provide an innovative, all-in-one digital learning object creation app at University of Toronto Libraries. Inspired by Lightboard technology, iLightboard @ Gerstein + MADLab is available to anyone as a downloadable app.

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ILIGHTBOARD: UNE APPLICATION IPAD FACILE À UTILISER POUR CRÉER RAPIDEMENT DES VIDÉOS DE TYPE MAGISTRAL.

Voyez comment une bibliothécaire en formation documentaire et un développeur d’applications mobiles ont collaboré pour fournir une application de création d’objets d’apprentissage numériques novatrice et tout-en-un aux bibliothèques de l’Université de Toronto. Inspiré de la technologie Lightboard, iLightboard @ Gerstein + MADLab est disponible pour tout le monde en tant qu’application téléchargeable.

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Erica Lenton

Faculty Liaison & Instruction Librarian, University of Toronto
Erica Lenton, MA, MLIS, is the rehabilitation and exercise science librarian with the Gerstein Science Information Centre. She is primarily responsible for providing expert searching and systematic review training for clinicians, students, and faculty. As part of a particularly fun... Read More →
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Mike Spears

Manager, MADLab, University of Toronto
Mike Spears is a senior member of the Development Team in the Academic & Collaborative Technologies group at U of T. In addition to his facilities management and app development work, Mike has delivered workshops and guest lectures on app development, 3D printing and virtual real... Read More →


13:25

LT2 - Fighting fake news with fine forgiveness
In looking for ways to enhance students’ info lit and critical thinking skills, we launched a Fine Forgiveness Week program that’s a little different. Rather than trade a can of soup for $1 off their fines, we invited students to test their skills with a fake news detection activity.

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COMBATTRE LES FAUSSES NOUVELLES EN PARDONNANT LES AMENDES

En cherchant des moyens d’améliorer les compétences informationnelles et la pensée critique des étudiants, nous avons lancé un programme de la Semaine du pardon des amendes qui est un peu différent. Plutôt que d’échanger une boîte de conserve contre un dollar de rabais sur leurs amendes, nous avons invité les étudiants à tester leurs compétences par le biais d’une activité de détection de fausses nouvelles.

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Krystyna Nowak

Librarian, Columbia College
Krystyna is a Librarian at Columbia College, a non-profit 2-year college for international students. She has primary responsibility for the library’s information literacy instruction program, and over the last 2 years, she has transformed the library’s instruction from point-and-click... Read More →


13:35

LT3 - Quatre fiches pour ludifier les fondements du nouveau référentiel de l’ACRL
Quatre outils conçus pour engager les étudiants, synthétiser leurs apprentissages et développer leur autonomie : baromètre pour évaluer ses sources, programmes pour bloguer sa recherche et pour Wikipédia, et fiche d’auto-évaluation et de reconnaissance des acquis. J’expose leurs notions pédagogiques et comment ils sont utilisés en formation et hors formation.

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FOUR SHEETS TO GAMIFY FOUNDATIONS OF THE NEW ACRL FRAMEWORK

Four tools designed to engage students, synthesize their learning and develop their autonomy: a barometer to evaluate their sources, programs to blog their research and to use with Wikipedia, and a self-assessment and recognition of prior learning sheet. I explain their pedagogical concepts and how they are used in and out of training.

Speakers
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Pascal Martinolli

Bibliothécaire, Université de Montréal
Pour améliorer les compétences informationnelles des étudiants, je développe l'offre de formation de la Bibliothèque des lettres et sciences humaines de l’Université de Montréal. Actuellement, je travaille sur plusieurs projets pédagogiques utilisant les techniques des jeux... Read More →


13:45

LT4 - Discover CORA, the community of online research assignments
This lightning talk will feature CORA (Community of Online Research Assignments), an open educational resource developed for librarians and faculty in higher education. Assignments are searchable by discipline, information literacy concept, ability level, or keyword.

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DÉCOUVREZ CORA, LA COMMUNAUTÉ DES TRAVAUX DE RECHERCHE EN LIGNE

Cette présentation éclair mettra en vedette CORA (Community of Online Research Assignment), une ressource éducative libre conçue pour les bibliothécaires et les professeurs en milieu postsecondaire. Les travaux peuvent être repérés par discipline, concept lié à la maîtrise de l’information, niveau d’habileté ou mot-clé.

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Susan Gardner Archambault

Head of Reference & Instruction, Loyola Marymount University
Susan Gardner Archambault is Head of Reference & Instruction in the William H. Hannon Library at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Her "Selected Works" page is available at https://works.bepress.com/susan_gardner/.



13:55

LT5 - Learning information literacy skills: A wild goosechase?
Goosechase is an app where “scavenger hunt” like activities are created. Participants complete a series of interactive missions to receive points. This gamified approach to learning allows students to transfer knowledge into new contexts. Missions allow for reflection, critical thinking and self-assessment. Secondary/post-secondary student’s activities and reflections will be shared.

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APPRENDRE DES COMPÉTENCES INFORMATIONNELLES: UNE DÉMARCHE FUTILE?

Goosechase est une application qui permet de créer des activités semblables à une chasse au trésor. Les participants effectuent une série de missions interactives pour recevoir des points. Cette approche d’apprentissage par le jeu permet aux élèves de transférer leurs connaissances à de nouveaux contextes. Les missions permettent la réflexion, la pensée critique et l’auto-évaluation. Les activités et les réflexions des élèves du secondaire et du postsecondaire seront partagées.

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Sandra Bebbington

Project Manager/Librarian, Independant Librarian Consultant
Sandra is a librarian by day & a student by night. For ten years her focus has been information literacy, digital citizenship, edtech,  & gamification. For the past 8 years, Sandra has been a project manager at the Ministry of Education-English Sector Services (Québec): Information... Read More →


14:05

LT6 - Navigating the (fake) news tidal wave: Introducing low-effort information seeking strategies to undergraduates
This lightning talk explores how I integrated heuristic low-effort information seeking strategies into a metaliteracy framework to design a workshop on fake news. In my presentation, I discuss the compatibility of these approaches, the role of low-effort strategies in instruction, and how my workshop promotes civic engagement and lifelong learning.

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NAVIGUER LE RAZ-DE-MARÉE DES (FAUSSES) NOUVELLES: INTRODUCTION DE STRATÉGIES DE RECHERCHE D’INFORMATION À FAIBLE EFFORT POUR LES ÉTUDIANTS DE PREMIER CYCLE.

Cette présentation éclair montre comment j’ai intégré des stratégies de recherche d’information à faible effort heuristiques dans un cadre conceptuel de « métalittératie » afin de concevoir un atelier sur les fausses nouvelles. Dans mon exposé, je discute de la compatibilité de ces approches, du rôle des stratégies à faible effort dans l’enseignement et de la façon dont mon atelier favorise l’engagement civique et l’apprentissage tout au long de la vie.

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Meaghan Valant

Assessment & Liaison Librarian, University of Toronto Mississauga Library
Meaghan is the Assessment and Liaison Librarian at the University of Toronto Mississauga Library.


14:15

14:30

H1 - Lost in the funhouse: Reflections on teaching a course about reflections on learning
How can we challenge students to take a more critical view of learning, and develop their metacognitive abilities? We share our Framework-inspired semester-long course. You will try some of the reflection exercises we used and discuss the value of such exercises and their relevance to the Framework.

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PERDU DANS LA MAISON DU RIRE: RÉFLEXIONS SUR L’ENSEIGNEMENT D’UN COURS À PROPOS DES RÉFLEXIONS SUR L’APPRENTISSAGE

Comment pouvons-nous inciter les élèves à adopter une vision plus critique de l’apprentissage et à développer leurs capacités métacognitives? Nous partagerons notre cours semestriel inspiré du cadre ACRL. Vous pourrez essayer certains des exercices de réflexion que nous avons utilisés et discuterez de la valeur de ces exercices et de leur pertinence par rapport au cadre.

Speakers
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Robin Bergart

User Experience Librarian, University of Guelph
| As a User Experience Librarian, Robin talks to students and faculty about their research and learning, and about how the library can best support them. She co-teaches a course in the University’s First Year Seminar program and is working on a sociology degree, improv, and guitar... Read More →
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Melanie Parlette-Stewart

Digital Media Librarian, University of Guelph
Melanie Parlette-Stewart is the Digital Media Librarian at the University of Guelph Library. She provides eLearning support and online content to support student learning and library initiatives. She also coordinates the library’s Media Studio. Her research interests include digital... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 14:30 - 15:15
Pavillon Desmarais Hall - DMS 1150

14:30

H2 - Teaching tension: How exploring the tension between objectivity and social construction can enhance information literacy
The tension between objectivity and constructiveness in relation to truth and knowledge is hotly debated in information literacy. This tension is, in fact, a positive force in information literacy instruction. Rather than be resolved, this tension ought to be leveraged to generate critical and iterative thinking in our students.

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ENSEIGNER LA TENSION: COMMENT L’EXPLORATION DE LA TENSION ENTRE OBJECTIVITÉ ET CONSTRUCTION SOCIALE PEUT AMÉLIORER LA MAÎTRISE DE L’INFORMATION

La tension entre objectivité et constructivité par rapport à la vérité et au savoir est vivement débattue dans la maîtrise de l’information. Cette tension est en fait une force positive dans l’enseignement de la maîtrise de l’information. Plutôt que d’être résolues, ces tensions devraient être exploitées pour générer une pensée critique et itérative chez nos élèves.

Speakers
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Dom Taylor

Philosophy and Religion Librarian, University of Manitoba, University of Manitoba
Dom Taylor is the Philosophy and Religion Librarian at the University of Manitoba. Following the completion of his MA in Philosophy, he worked as a government records and reference archivist at Library and Archives Canada. He then obtained an MLIS from Dalhousie University while working... Read More →



Thursday June 7, 2018 14:30 - 15:15
Pavillon Desmarais Hall - DMS 1120

14:30

H3 - Opening up the library orientation: Letting the students lead
Library orientations can begin building the foundation for academic success. This session will share insights from the successful Library Love orientation, a creative attempt to engage students with the library in their first term at Saint Mary’s University. Participants will come away with new strategies for orientations and an opportunity to share ideas.

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OUVERTURE DANS L’ORIENTATION DE LA BIBLIOTHÈQUE: LAISSER LES ÉLÈVES PRENDRE L’INITIATIVE

Les orientations des bibliothèques peuvent commencer à jeter les bases de la réussite scolaire. Au cours de cette séance, les participants partageront leurs points de vue sur l’orientation réussie de Library Love, une tentative créative d’engager les étudiants dans la bibliothèque au cours de leur premier trimestre à l’Université Saint Mary’s. Les participants repartiront avec de nouvelles stratégies d’orientation et une occasion de partager des idées.

Speakers
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Cindy Harrigan

Instructional Development Librarian, Saint Mary's University
Cindy Harrigan is the Instructional Development Librarian at the Patrick Power Library, Saint Mary's University. She is very interested in exploring innovative ways to motivate and engage students in the learning process.
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Heather Sanderson

Information Literacy Librarian, Saint Mary's University
Heather Sanderson is Information Literacy Librarian at the Patrick Power Library, Saint Mary's University. Her current research interests include learner-centred teaching and academic literacies.


14:30

H4W - Play your cards right! The role of meaningful play in teaching information literacy to first-year students
Limited Capacity filling up

Students might believe they are experts at seeking and accessing information but in fact may be amateurs at selecting appropriate sources for academic work. This interactive workshop introduces participants to key concepts in meaningful play, game design and the results of a pilot gaming project at Carleton University.

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JOUEZ BIEN VOS CARTES! LE RÔLE D’UN JEU CONSTRUCTIF DANS L’ENSEIGNEMENT DE LA MAÎTRISE DE L’INFORMATION AUX ÉLÈVES DE PREMIÈRE ANNÉE

Les étudiants peuvent croire qu’ils sont des experts dans la recherche et l’accès à l’information, mais en fait, ils peuvent être des amateurs dans la sélection de sources appropriées pour les travaux universitaires. Cet atelier interactif initie les participants aux concepts clés d’un jeu constructif, à la conception de jeux et aux résultats d’un projet pilote de jeu à l’Université Carleton.

Speakers
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Martha Attridge Bufton

Teaching and Learning Librarian, Carleton University
Martha Attridge Bufton supports the Research Support Services team at the Carleton University Library in enhancing its teaching and learning practices.She is also responsible for delivering information literacy instruction to undergraduate and graduate students at Carleton. On the... Read More →
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Colin Harkness

Gifts Coordinator, Carleton University
Colin Harkness has been in the book business for the better part of 33 years. Starting as book scout for the local book dealers in 1979 to analyzing donations for the Library's general and Archival and Rare Book Room needs. The only thing Colin has done longer is play strategic and... Read More →
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Ryan Tucci

Reserves Technician, Carleton University
Ryan Tucci has a Master of Library and Information Science from San Jose State University. He has a degree in history and communication studies as well as a Library and Information Technician diploma. He currently works at the Carleton University Library as a reserves technician... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 14:30 - 16:30
Pavillon Morisset Hall - MRT 248

15:15

15:45

I1 - Assessing IL outcomes: From the Standards to the Framework
This session will describe the lessons learned from a cohort study of IL skills framed by the ACRL Standards and how the study shaped Seneca Libraries’ decisions in selecting an assessment tool for the ACRL Framework. Challenges will be discussed about assessment in the College environment and with Threshold Concepts.

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ÉVALUER LES RÉSULTATS DE LA MAÎTRISE DE L’INFORMATION: DES NORMES AU CADRE DE TRAVAIL

Cette séance décrira les leçons apprises d’une étude de cohorte sur les compétences en maîtrise de l’information encadrée par les normes ACRL et la façon dont l’étude a influencé les décisions des bibliothèques de Seneca dans le choix d’un outil d’évaluation pour le cadre ACRL. Les défis seront discutés au sujet de l’évaluation dans le milieu collégial et sur les notions de fondement.

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Joanna Blair

Liaison Librarian, Seneca Libraries
Joanna is a Liaison Librarian for the Faculty of Communication, Art & Design at Seneca College. Joanna is primarily engaged in Information Literacy and has accidentally become the lead at Seneca Libraries in IL assessment. She is also a reluctant dog owner and has fallen into the... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 15:45 - 16:30
Pavillon Desmarais Hall - DMS 1120

15:45

I2 - Teaching a stealth information literacy class
How do you reach students who won’t take an information literacy class? Try calling it something different! In this presentation, I’ll talk about my class, “Reading the New York Times,” outline the information literacy goals and assignments, and discuss how you can adapt the idea to your environment.

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ENSEIGNER UN COURS « FURTIF » DE MAÎTRISE DE L’INFORMATION

Comment atteindre les étudiants qui ne veulent pas suivre un cours de maîtrise de l’information? Essayez de le nommer autrement! Dans cette présentation, je parlerai de mon cours, « Reading The New York Times », je décrirai les objectifs et les travaux liés à la maîtrise de l’information et je discuterai de la façon dont vous pouvez adapter l’idée à votre contexte.

Speakers
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Tiffany Hebb

Coordinator of Library Instruction & Assistant Dean of Academic Life, DePauw University
Tiffany Hebb has been the Coordinator for Instruction at DePauw University Libraries since 2002. She also likes volunteering her way into extra jobs, such as administrating the university’s first-year seminar program, advising first-year students, serving on all the faculty committees... Read More →



15:45

I3 - Turning interviews into action: Information literacy needs in online courses
This presentation will examine an interview-based approach for conducting quality assurance investigation into library instruction and services for online courses. The pros and cons of interview-based quality assurance will be discussed, as well as the outcomes and service improvements that are being developed based on the results of the project.

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TRANSFORMER DES ENTREVUES EN ACTION: LES BESOINS EN MAÎTRISE DE L’INFORMATION DANS DES COURS EN LIGNE

Cette présentation examinera une approche fondée sur des entrevues pour mener une enquête d’assurance de la qualité sur la formation documentaire et les services de bibliothèque pour des cours en ligne. On discutera des avantages et des inconvénients de l’assurance de la qualité fondée sur les entrevues, ainsi que des résultats et des améliorations des services qui sont en cours d’élaboration en fonction des résultats du projet.

Speakers
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Kim Frail

Public Services Librarian, University of Alberta Libraries
Kim Frail has worked as a Public Services Librarian in a variety of roles at the University of Alberta Libraries (UAL) since 2001. She is currently co-chair of the UAL Teaching and Learning Committee. Her interests are integrating library services into online environments, historical... Read More →
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Sheila Laroque

Academic Librarian Resident, University of Alberta Libraries
Sheila Laroque is originally from Saskatoon, Treaty 6 territory. She completed her BA from the University of Saskatchewan, and completed an MI from University of Toronto's iSchool. She is happy to be back in Treaty 6 territory; and is passionate about making library services and systems... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 15:45 - 16:30
Pavillon Desmarais Hall - DMS 1150

18:00

Dine-Arounds | Soupers-restos
Join in a long-time WILU tradition by signing up for one of six dine-arounds to take part in a unique opportunity to connect with colleagues while discovering local cuisine.

To view the list of restaurants and to register, consult ​http://wilu2018.ca/dine-arounds/​​​

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Participez à une tradition de longue date de WILU en vous inscrivant à l’un des six soupers-restos pour participer à une occasion unique d’entrer en contact avec des collègues tout en découvrant la cuisine locale.

Pour voir la liste des restaurants et pour vous inscrire, consultez http://wilu2018.ca/fr/soupers-restos/

Thursday June 7, 2018 18:00 - 20:00
Various local restaurants | Divers restaurants locaux
 
Friday, June 8
 

08:00

08:30

09:00

J1 - Not another fake news lesson plan: Inspiring critical information literacy
Critical Information Literacy pedagogy challenges us to create an authentically student-centered learning experience. This session explores a lesson plan used in two undergraduate courses that intentionally avoided use of checklists and acronym based models to allow connection of lesson content to life experience, learning from peers, and asking important questions.

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PAS UN AUTRE PLAN DE LEÇON SUR LES FAUSSES NOUVELLES: INSPIRER LA MAÎTRISE DE L’INFORMATION CRITIQUE

La pédagogie de la maîtrise de l’information critique nous met au défi de créer une expérience d’apprentissage authentiquement axée sur l’étudiant. Cette séance porte sur un plan de leçon utilisé dans deux cours de premier cycle qui évitaient intentionnellement l’utilisation de listes de contrôle et de modèles basés sur des acronymes pour permettre d’établir un lien entre le contenu de la leçon et l’expérience vécue, d’apprendre de ses pairs et de poser des questions importantes.

Speakers
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Romany Craig

Professional Librarian, University of Lethbridge
Romany Craig is the Information Literacy and Instruction Coordinator at the University of Lethbridge Library. She's worked overseas at the University of Calgary in Qatar teaching information literacy in an English as a Foreign Language environment. Romany obtained her MLIS from Western... Read More →
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Tara Wiebe

MLIS Candidate, Western University
Tara Wiebe is currently an MLIS candidate at Western University, in the process of finishing her final semester. For the 2017/18 academic year, she was employed at the University of Lethbridge as the Library Science Student Intern, where she was able further explore her primary interests... Read More →



Friday June 8, 2018 09:00 - 09:45
Pavillon FSS Building - FSS 1007

09:00

J2 - Library support for engineering innovation
The presenters will describe their efforts to support innovation by offering business information workshops to engineers at the University of Toronto. Session participants will also engage in discussion about the benefits and challenges of collaborating across disciplines to help turn ideas into action.

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LE SOUTIEN DES BIBLIOTHÈQUES POUR L’INNOVATION EN INGÉNIERIE

Les conférenciers décriront leurs efforts pour soutenir l’innovation en offrant des ateliers d’information commerciale aux ingénieurs de l’Université de Toronto. Les participants prendront part également à des discussions sur les avantages et les défis de la collaboration interdisciplinaire afin d’aider à transformer les idées en action.

Speakers
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Angela Henshilwood

Engineering Librarian, University of Toronto
Angela Henshilwood is an Engineering Librarian at the Engineering & Computer Science Library, University of Toronto. She provides information literacy and liaison support for civil, mineral, chemical, and aerospace engineering. She also oversees the library’s reference services... Read More →
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Holly Inglis

Public Services Librarian, University of Toronto
Holly Inglis is Public Services Librarian at the Milt Harris Library at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. She is the liaison librarian for commerce and provides reference services and instruction for Rotman’s undergraduate and graduate students. Prior to becoming... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 09:00 - 09:45
Pavillon FSS Building - FSS 1006

09:00

J3 - Where have all the experts gone? An exploration of deliberative pedagogy in library instruction
This presentation explores the implications of deliberative pedagogy for libraries, which are imagined as bastions of expertise. As an approach that encourages students to arrive at decisions about socially complex, or ‘wicked problems’ through high-impact meaning-making processes, it necessarily considers authentic, productive dialogues supported by equitable, inclusive environments.

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OÙ SONT PASSÉS TOUS LES EXPERTS? UNE EXPLORATION DE LA PÉDAGOGIE DÉLIBÉRÉE EN FORMATION DOCUMENTAIRE

Cette présentation explore les implications de la pédagogie délibérée pour les bibliothèques, conçues comme des bastions d’expertise. En tant qu’approche qui encourage les étudiants à prendre des décisions sur des problèmes socialement complexes ou « pernicieux » au moyen de processus visant la recherche de signification ayant un impact important, elle considère nécessairement les dialogues authentiques et productifs soutenus par des environnements équitables et inclusifs.

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Rosalinda Hernandez Linares

Information Literacy & Special Initiatives Librarian, Oberlin College Libraries
As the Information Literacy and Special Initiatives Librarian at Oberlin College, Rosalinda H. Linares coordinates the development and evaluation of information literacy initiatives and is a liaison to the Politics, Anthropology, French, Italian, and Hispanic Studies departments... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 09:00 - 09:45
Pavillon FSS Building - FSS 1030

09:00

J4W - Beyond fake news: News literacy for our students and ourselves
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The term “fake news” is everywhere, but completely fabricated news stories are only a small part of the problem. In this workshop, explore how the news media works, and leave with strategies for incorporating news literacy into the higher education classroom.

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AU-DELÀ DES FAUSSES NOUVELLES: LA COMPRÉHENSION DE L’ACTUALITÉ POUR NOS ÉTUDIANTS ET NOUS-MÊMES

L’expression « fausses nouvelles » est omniprésente, mais les nouvelles complètement fabriquées ne représentent qu’une petite partie du problème. Dans cet atelier, examinez le fonctionnement des médias d’information et partez avec des stratégies pour intégrer la compréhension de l’actualité dans les salles de classe postsecondaires.

Speakers
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Emilia Marcyk

Instructional Technology/Teaching & Learning Librarian, Michigan State University
Emilia Marcyk is the Instructional Technology/Teaching & Learning Librarian at Michigan State University, where she develops instructional content, leads information literacy sessions for the First Year Writing program, and supervises student reference assistants. Her current professional... Read More →



Friday June 8, 2018 09:00 - 11:00
Pavillon FSS Building - FSS 4004

09:45

10:15

K1 - What shapes how academic librarians think about their teaching? And why does it matter?
The assumptions librarians bring to teaching are seldom acknowledged in their practice or in their professional development, yet these assumptions affect their motivation, actions, and learning. What shapes these assumptions is explored using an ecological model developed through qualitative research that places the self in its immediate and broader contexts.

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QU’EST-CE QUI FAÇONNE LA FAÇON DONT LES BIBLIOTHÉCAIRES UNIVERSITAIRES PERÇOIVENT LEUR ENSEIGNEMENT? ET POURQUOI EST-CE IMPORTANT?

Les présomptions que les bibliothécaires apportent à l’enseignement sont rarement reconnues dans leur pratique ou dans leur perfectionnement professionnel, mais ces présomptions ont une incidence sur leur motivation, leurs actions et leur apprentissage. Ce qui façonne ces présomptions est exploré à l’aide d’un modèle écologique élaboré grâce à une recherche qualitative qui place l’individu dans son contexte immédiat et plus large.

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Eveline Houtman

Coordinator of Undergraduate Library Instruction, Robarts Library, University of Toronto
Eveline Houtman is Coordinator of Undergraduate Library Instruction, Robarts Library, University of Toronto and the liaison librarian for Economics, Geography and the Study of Religion (despite having a background in music history). She has also been music cataloguer, government information... Read More →



Friday June 8, 2018 10:15 - 11:00
Pavillon FSS Building - FSS 1007

10:15

K2 - Building competencies, connections, and persistence with first-generation students
Based on concern for the success of first-generation students, librarians created a first-year information literacy program in which cohorts practice critical learning skills, develop multimedia literacy, and grow positive relationships with each other and the campus. As evidence of the program’s impact we will share student digital reflective stories.

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DÉVELOPPER DES COMPÉTENCES, DES LIENS ET DE LA PERSÉVÉRANCE CHEZ LES ÉTUDIANTS DE PREMIÈRE GÉNÉRATION

Soucieux du succès des étudiants de première génération, les bibliothécaires ont créé un programme de maîtrise de l’information de première année dans lequel les cohortes pratiquent des habiletés d’apprentissage critiques, développent leur initiation aux médias et entretiennent des relations positives entre elles et avec le campus. Comme preuve de l’impact du programme, nous partagerons des histoires de réflexion numérique produites par les étudiants.

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Kate Leuschke Blinn

Academic Outreach Librarian, Earlham College
Kate Blinn has been Academic Outreach Librarian and Social Sciences liaison at Earlham since 2012. She loves her fishbowl office and working with students on how to design qualitative research. She has been teaching as part of the LIFT program since its first year and enjoys playing... Read More →
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Amy Bryant

Associate Library Director, Earlham College
Amy Bryant has been working at Earlham College Libraries for over 17 years. In her current position of Associate Library Director she oversees and teaches in Earlham's information literacy program and supports campus academic technology initiatives including Moodle, Qualtrics, and... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 10:15 - 11:00
Pavillon FSS Building - FSS 1006

10:15

K3 - Embedding librarians in the undergraduate research methods classrooms for student success
A research librarian and a political science professor conducted a collaborative study examining the impact and affordances of embedding a reference librarian in an undergraduate research methods course in political science. The presentation will detail the process and findings of the study, which suggest a positive impact on the students.

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INTÉGRER LES BIBLIOTHÉCAIRES AUX COURS DE MÉTHODES DE RECHERCHE DE PREMIER CYCLE POUR ASSURER LA RÉUSSITE DES ÉTUDIANTS.

Un bibliothécaire de recherche et un professeur de science politique ont mené une étude conjointe sur l’impact et les moyens d’intégrer un bibliothécaire de référence à un cours de méthodes de recherche de premier cycle en sciences politiques. La présentation détaillera le processus et les résultats de l’étude, ce qui suggère un impact positif sur les étudiants.

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Faith Rusk

Information Literacy Instruction Librarian, University of the District of Columbia
Faith A. Rusk is the Information Literacy Instruction Librarian at the University of the District of Columbia in Washington, DC. She holds and MLS from the University of Maryland, College Park. She is interested in embedding information literacy into academic coursework, digital literacy... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 10:15 - 11:00
Pavillon FSS Building - FSS 1030

11:00

11:15

Information into action? Reflecting on (critical) practice (Closing keynote)
Librarianship is a practical, efficient, and results-oriented profession. We’re about saving the time of the user, evidence-based practice, and action-oriented research. We rely heavily on metrics to demonstrate our impact—and our value. At the same time, our focus on turning “information into action” may undermine our professional values and pedagogical goals. The condensed information literacy one-shot, abbreviated how-to video, and perfunctory evaluation checklist promote surface learning and the uncritical consumption of information. The use of metrics is arguably more about making claims for the continued relevance of the library—and the librarian—than it is about facilitating student learning and retention. What other models and options exist to foster a more ethical practice and inclusive information literacy classroom? This keynote will explore the tensions between action/reflection, practice/theory in the context of the information literacy and professional practice.

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DE L'INFORMATION À L'ACTION? RÉFLEXION SUR LA PRATIQUE (CRITIQUE)

La bibliothéconomie est une profession pratique, efficace et axée sur les résultats. Il s'agit d'économiser le temps de l'utilisateur, de fonder sa pratique sur des données probantes et d'effectuer de la recherche orientée vers l'action. Nous comptons beaucoup sur les mesures pour démontrer notre impact et notre valeur. En même temps, l'accent que nous mettons sur la transformation « de l'information à l'action » peut miner nos valeurs professionnelles et nos objectifs pédagogiques. Le court atelier ponctuel sur la maîtrise de l'information, la vidéo explicative abrégée et la liste de contrôle de l'évaluation sommaire favorisent l'apprentissage en surface et la consommation non critique de l'information. On peut soutenir que l'utilisation de mesures vise davantage à faire valoir la pertinence continue de la bibliothèque - et du bibliothécaire - qu'à faciliter l'apprentissage et la rétention des étudiants. Quels autres modèles et options existent pour favoriser une pratique plus éthique et une salle de classe inclusive ? Cette présentation explorera les tensions entre action/réflexion, pratique/théorie dans le contexte de la maîtrise de l'information et de la pratique professionnelle.

Speakers
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Karen Nicholson

Manager, Information Literacy, University of Guelph
Karen Nicholson is Manager, Information Literacy, at the University of Guelph, and a faculty member with the ACRL's Information Literacy Immersion Programs. She is also a PhD candidate (LIS) at Western University; her research focuses on critical information literacy and the impact... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 11:15 - 12:00
Pavillon FSS Building - FSS 2005

12:00

12:15

13:00

Pet therapy session | Session de zoothérapie
Limited Capacity seats available

Lower your blood pressure, reduce your stress and unwind after a busy week at WILU by enjoying the company of a few animal therapy dogs.

The session takes place in the Student Lounge located on the 1st floor of the Morisset Library.

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Réduisez votre tension artérielle, réduisez votre stress et détendez-vous après une semaine bien remplie à WILU en compagnie de quelques chiens de zoothérapie.

La session se déroule au Salon étudiant situé au 1er étage de la Bibliothèque Morisset.

13:00

Library of Parliament tour | Visite de la Bibliothèque du Parlement
Limited Capacity full

Located on Parliament Hill, the Library of Parliament was built in 1876 and strives to contribute "to Canadian parliamentary democracy by creating, managing and delivering authoritative, reliable and relevant information and knowledge for Parliament."

Departure at 1pm from the FSS Building Atrium.

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Située sur la Colline du Parlement, la Bibliothèque du Parlement a été construite en 1876 et « contribue à la démocratie parlementaire canadienne en créant, en gérant et en diffusant une information et des connaissances sûres, pertinentes et faisant autorité pour le Parlement. »

Départ à 13h de l'atrium du Pavillon FSS.

Friday June 8, 2018 13:00 - 15:00
Pavillon FSS Building - Atrium

13:00

Indigenous walk | Marche autochtone
Limited Capacity full

This event is a walk and talk through downtown Ottawa exploring landscape, architecture, art and monuments through an Indigenous perspective.

Departure at 1pm from the FSS Building Atrium.

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MARCHE AUTOCHTONE

Cet événement est une promenade et une causerie dans le centre-ville d'Ottawa pour explorer le paysage, l'architecture, l'art et les monuments dans une perspective autochtone.

Départ à 13h à partir de l'atrium du Pavillon FSS.

Friday June 8, 2018 13:00 - 15:30
Pavillon FSS Building - Atrium