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Virginia Chapter of ACRL Spring Program
April 2, 2012Posted by on
Many of you may be interested in attend the Spring Program for the Virginia Chapter of ACRL (VLACRL). Information about this program is below:
What: The Virginia Chapter of ACRL (VLACRL) invites you to our annual Spring Program “Starting at the end: Rethink your instruction based on student bibliographies.”
When: Monday, April 9th, 2012
Where: Sweet Briar College, Florence Easton Inn & Conference Center
Registration: Register online http://tinyurl.com/7kca4vu (on the confirmation page you will be directed to PayPal):
$45 for VLACRL members (qualification: membership in ACRL or in VLA);
$55 for non-VLACRL members
9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. – Registration and coffee
10 a.m. – 11 a.m. – Keynote Speaker Sandra Jamieson, Director of Composition, English Department, Drew University, “Struggling with Sources: Rethinking the Research Paper.”
Dr. Jamieson will discuss the findings of the Citation Project, a multi-institutional study of student source use in 174 papers from 16 US colleges and universities (http://site.citationproject.net/). Data findings reinforce some of the findings from single-institution studies, but also offer broader insights into the ways students select and use source material in researched papers.
11.15 a.m. – 12.15 p.m. – Reverse Engineering Workshop “How would we teach differently to get different results in student bibliographies?” facilitated by Candice Benjes-Small, Coordinator, Information Literacy and Outreach, Radford University and Luke Vilelle, Public Services & Social Sciences Liaison Librarian, Hollins University.
12.30 p.m.-1.30 p.m. – Lunch (included in registration fee)
1.45 p.m. – 2.45 p.m. – Shaunna Hunter, Public Services Librarian, and Liz Rand, Head of Rhetoric and Writing, Hampden-Sydney College, “Empowering Students as Researchers: Faculty/Librarian Collaboration.”
2.45 p.m. – 3.00 p.m. – Wrap-up.
For further registration questions, please contact Meridith Wolnick at email@example.com