Please join the SUNYLA Information Literacy Committee’s monthly Community Conversation on Friday, October 22 at 1PM. We will be joined by Sarah Brandt from the University of Texas at Austin who will be discussing her Information Literacy Toolkit. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link.
Part 3 of SILC’s Antiracist Workshop series will be rescheduled to Thursday, May 20th at 2pm. For our last workshop, we will go over practical lesson planning for critical information literacy – introducing antiracist instruction in the classroom. Please email us for the Zoom link.
Did you miss our first antiracist workshop? SILC has got you covered! Recording of our first workshop along with resources can be found below. Our next antiracist workshop will be on Thursday April 15th at 2PM, please contact us for the Zoom link.
“The SUNY Office of the Provost has designed this cross-sectional survey to gather feedback from university stakeholders regarding the proposed SUNY General Education Framework developed by the General Education Advisory Committee (GEAC). The results of the survey will help to inform final recommendations for revising SUNY General Education policy.”
Please click HERE to read through the propsoed General Education framework: (Please note, page 19 addresses Information Literacy)
We encourage you to share your feedback via the SUNY General Education Framework Survey by clicking HERE
SUNYLA 2021: From Seeds to Services: Growing the New Academic Library will be held virtually hosted by SUNY Delhi from June 16-18, 2021. Deadline to submit: Friday, April 23, 2021
The Planning Committee for the SUNY Librarians Association annual conference is accepting proposals for pre-conference workshops, lightning talks, and breakout session presentations in the following tracks:
Archives and Special Collections
Cataloging and Technical Services
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Leadership and Management
Open Educational Resources or Other Textbook Affordability Efforts
Outreach and Marketing
Public Services and Interlibrary Loan
Reference and Instruction
Systems and Technology
The proposal form will allow you to assign more than one track to your presentation. If you are not sure which track your presentation fits into, there is an option to suggest a track.
All sessions will be presented virtually via Zoom. Presenters will be responsible for ensuring they have adequate technology to support presenting online (e.g., internet connection, device, webcam, microphone).
If proposing multiple sessions, submit a separate form for each one. A separate call for poster session proposals will be sent in March.