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Program


Friday, September 24

5:00 Registration -Cole Library

5:30 Dinner - Harlan Dining Room, The Commons

6:30 Welcome from Laurel Whisler, College Librarian, and introductions -Harlan Dining Room, The Commons

6:45 Kenote Presentation: In Pursuit of Fluency: Information Literacy, Technology, and Language Learning (PowerPoint 2007 (.pptx) 4MB Jun24 11)

Sue Otto, Director, Language Media Center, University of Iowa

Saturday, September 25

8:30-8:45 Opening remarks by Laurel Whisler, College Librarian - Hedges Conference Room, The Commons

8:45-9:15 What Do We Mean By Information Literacy Jen Rouse, Cornell College - Hedges Conference Room, The Commons

9:15-10:15 Information Literacy Activity - Hedges Conference Room, The Commons

10:15-10:30 Break - Shaw Conference Room, The Commons

10:30-11:00 Discussion of Information Literacy Activity - Hedges Conference Room, The Commons

11:00-11:40 & 11:40-12:15 Concurrent Sessions I:

Group A: Authentic Inquiry & Critical Thinking Facilitators: Devan Baty & Jen Rouse - MLK, The Commons

Group B: Creating Communities Group Facilitators: Marcela Ochoa-Shivapour & Rebecca Wines - Paris, The Commons

Group C: Synthesis and Analysis Facilitators: John Gruber-Miller & Laurel Whisler -Stockholm, The Commons

12:15-1:15 Lunch - Harlan Dining Room, The Commons

1:30-2:15 Concurrent Sessions II:

Session for Faculty and Technologists: Technology and Teaching Foreign Languages - Humanities Lab, 102 College Hall
Presenter: Renata Debaska-McWilliams, World Languages Center Director, St. Olaf
Session for Librarians: Round Table Discussion -Room 108, Cole Library

2:15-3:15 Discussion of Technology Session and Idea Sharing-Second Floor, Cole Library

3:15-3:30 Break

3:30-4:15 Report out on work conducted in both sessions -Second Floor & Cole 212, Cole Library

4:15 Parting words and evaluation



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