[OYAN] Fwd: [Libs-Or] Call for Proposals for the Annual ILAGO IL Spring Summit

Jacqueline Partch jacquelp at multcolib.org
Thu Jan 22 13:56:52 PST 2015

Hello OYAN folks,
Julie Handyside and I are your representatives to ILAGO (Information
Literacy Advisory Group of Oregon), and we wanted to share this call for
proposals for ILAGO's Information Literacy Summit on May 16 in Hood River.
The ILAGO folks are hoping to get more public librarians (especially those
serving teens) involved. This year the theme of the summit is accelerated
learning (see description below), but presentations on other information
literacy topics are also welcome.

When I attended the OYAN meeting last week, we brainstormed some possible
options, including having a panel of teens who are enrolled in accelerated
learning programs. If you know some teens who might be interested, please
let me know! Or, if you have other ideas, let me know about those, too!
Julie and I can talk them over with the ILAGO folks to see what might be a
good fit.


Jackie Partch

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Date: Mon, Jan 12, 2015 at 11:05 AM
Subject: [Libs-Or] Call for Proposals for the Annual ILAGO IL Spring Summit
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 Please forward to other interested persons.


The 9th annual ILAGO Information Literacy Summit will be held May 16, 2015
at Columbia Gorge Community College's Hood River Campus. The theme for this
year's IL Summit is Accelerated Learning, but we invite a variety of
presentations related to information literacy.

Oregon is implementing accelerated learning programs across the state,
which enable high school students to earn college credit for courses that
they take in a K-12 setting through partnerships with credit-granting
community colleges and 4-year institutions. Examples include the Eastern
Promise collaboration between colleges and school districts in rural parts
of the state; and the Challenge and Senior Inquiry programs at Portland
State University that serve the metro area.

We are particularly interested in proposals for presentations that help us
understand the implications of accelerated learning for librarians and for
students acquiring information literacy skills, such as:

   - Perspectives of school librarians serving high school students
   enrolled in college classes
   - Impact of accelerated learning on public librarians
   - Partnerships between college/university libraries and accelerated
   learning programs
   - Insight on the new landscape of high school
   - Best practices for providing equivalent library resources and services
   to K-12 students
   - Success stories of students in accelerated programs and beyond
   - Other information literacy topics are welcome as well!

The Summit typically has 60-80 attendees who come from many areas of
practice (higher ed, public, K-12) and are eager to hear new ideas and ways
to approach information literacy. We invite you to submit proposals for
panels, presentations, discussions on best practices, and other programs.

Programs should be designed to run for a total of 45 minutes including Q&A.

Program proposals will be accepted until Friday, March 13, 2015.

Please submit your proposals here: ILAGO IL Summit Program Proposal

We look forward to hearing from you.

 *Sarah Ralston *
Information Literacy Instruction Librarian
Pierce Library
Eastern Oregon University
sralston at eou.edu
(541) 962-3474

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