SUNYLA Midwinter Virtual Conference Call for Proposals

Call for Proposals: 
SUNYLA Midwinter Virtual Conference | February 4, 2022
There’s no map for that: Adventures in library innovation, integration, and collaboration

Librarians are some of the most creative people, continually innovating to provide better service to our users. Sometimes our work turns out to be an adventure!

Have you found a new way to integrate existing systems together? Have you developed a new collaboration between library departments or other departments across campus? Has your library implemented a new tool and discovered that it can be useful in ways you had not imagined? Has a failure on one project led to a success on another? Have you ever found the solution to a problem while working on something totally unrelated? Send us your stories of serendipity, tell us your heroes’ journeys, or show us your map!

The SUNYLA Midwinter Virtual Conference planning committee is seeking proposals describing your library’s adventures in innovation, integration, and collaboration.

Come share your experiences with your supportive and non-judgmental library colleagues at the SUNYLA Midwinter Virtual Conference on February 4, 2022 (10:00am – 2:30pm EST).

Presentations should be 15-20 minutes in length, in a format that best suits your topic.

Technology requirements: Computer, internet connection, microphone/speakers (headset recommended) or telephone, quiet space for presenting, webcam optional

Accepting proposals until Friday, December 3, 2021. You do not need to be a SUNYLA member in order to attend or present at this free conference. Please submit your proposal HERE 

Watch: New Librarianship Symposium on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Watch SILC Committee member, Don Simmons Jr., and colleague, Laura Saunders, present at the New Librarianship Symposia, their session, Information Intersections: Mis-and Disinformation at the Convergence of Critical Information, Critical Pedagogy, and Critical Race Theory. Presentation start and end time: 2:09:50 –  2:59:45

Apply to Present at the SILC Instruction Showcase on January 12, 2022

As a follow-up to our successful EdTech Showcase in Aug. 2020, the SUNYLA Information Literacy Committee (SILC) is hosting an instruction showcase to inspire you as you gear up for the spring semester. We are looking for 10 presenters to share their expertise in instruction as it pertains to one of the following tracks:

      • Curriculum/Pedagogy
      • Assessment
      • Technology
      • Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

All presentations will be held over Zoom. Presenters will be provided a link to their Zoom session. Presentations will be allotted 25 minutes– ~15 minutes will be used to share your ideas and the other 10 minutes will be used to engage the audience. This event will be free for everyone to attend.

Event Information:

      • Wednesday, January 12, 2022 from 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
      • Submit a Proposal HERE
      • Proposals are due by Monday, December 20, 2021. Presenters will be notified of their acceptance or rejection no later than Wednesday, December 22, 2021.

Information Intersections… Proposal Presentation Don Simmons Jr and Laura Saunders

Watch SILC Committee member, Don Simmons Jr., and colleague, Laura Saunders, present their EDI proposal, Information Intersections: Mis-and Disinformation at the Convergence of Critical Information, Critical Pedagogy, and Critical Race Theory.

You can read the full proposal HERE and the video transcript HERE.

Keep an eye out for the full presentation to be posted shortly!

 

SILC October Community Conversation: Information Literacy ToolKit with Guest Speaker, Sarah Brandt

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 mbenson@binghamton.edu for the Zoom link.

Webinar for Video Creation and Editing

Looking to change up your videos for Information Literacy classes? Want to create a video for your Library but don’t know where to start? Check out We Here’s recorded webinar, Video Creation and Editing for Instruction in Libraries.

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Image retrieved from We Here, to learn more about the pre-recorded event or We Here‘s Community School please click HERE.

*Please note: This webinar was pre-recorded and has a registration fee. For more information, please go to We Here’s registration page.