Friday, April 5, 2013
San Jose State University Library
Poster Session Call for Proposals
What does information literacy look like beyond the classroom? Critical
thinking empowers students to make sound decisions about employment, health,
and social justice issues. How do you demonstrate the long term value of
information literacy beyond helping students academically? CCLI invites you to
share your teaching strategies and technological tools for helping students
apply information literacy and critical thinking to their daily lives.
Submission Information: Proposals should include a title and a
description of how your poster relates to the theme. Proposals must be
submitted online at http://cclibinstruction.org/. The deadline
for submissions is Friday, February 15, 2013. The primary contact on the
proposal will be notified if the proposal has been accepted by Friday, March 1,
2013. All poster session presenters must register and pay for the
conference. Presenters will be required to provide a PDF of their posters
for inclusion in the conference proceedings.
Session Length: Presenters will share their ideas as attendees circulate
during a half-hour time block in the poster session area. The posters
will be on display unattended for the duration of the conference.
Requirements: Printed poster to display. Presenters will have the option
of mounting poster on the wall, or using an easel provided by the conference
committee. If you plan to use an easel, please bring a rigid poster with
backing (foam core, for example).
If you have any additional questions, please contact:
Margot Hanson, firstname.lastname@example.org