“Reshaping Identity in the Digital Age: People, Libraries, Data, Technology & Ethics.” LIDA is an international biennial conference that brings together researchers, educators, students, practitioners, and developers from all over the world in a forum for personal exchanges, discussions, and learning.
The AALL Innovation Bootcamp is designed specifically for legal information professionals to engage in new ways of thinking to solve problems and learn real-world examples of how to assess, design, and execute solutions. You’ll also learn how to cultivate partnerships, add value using proven processes to build support for your ideas, and foster a culture of innovation. Keynote speaker is Michele DeStefano.
“Information Literacy in a Time of Transformation.” Programs include Incorporating Global Perspectives through Instructional Design: Transforming One-shot Information Literacy Instruction and Instructors; Writing and Research are Inseparable: Helping Instructors Integrate Research and Writing Instruction in Writing Across the Curriculum Course Planning; and (Virtual) Argument Architect: Building Research Skills Through Gamified Learning, In-Person and Online.
“Legal Information: Outside the Box.” The conference will address how legal information professionals go beyond, capitalizing on our expertise to innovate, rebuild, and address unprecedented challenges.
Includes the one-day Next Library Online on June as a digital experience.
The annual OR Conference continues its objective to bring practitioners working at the interface of technology and scholarship together. Participants at OR come from higher education, government, libraries, archives and museums to share their experiences and knowledge about repository infrastructure, tools, services, and policies.
All conference registrations include access to the on-demand Virtual Conference.
A conference for educators who are impassioned about the art and science of teaching. Topical areas include student engagement, teaching specific student populations, and instructional vitality.
Virtual conference. Hosted by Cedarville University.
Today’s Library: Putting the Pieces Together. Programs include Setting Some Limits: Transitioning from the ACRL Info Lit Standards to the New Framework; Virtual Reference: Piecing Together Reference Expertise & Virtual Modalities; and a keynote address Libraries as the Intersection of Theology and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
Keynote speaker is Joshua Rozenberg QC (hon).