Part of AMICAL’s forum series on continuity during COVID-19.
Three panellists from three different AMICAL institutions will present briefly and reflect on their practises related to teaching (or not teaching) information literacy virtually in the current context The short panel will address topics such as how did the move to teaching information literacy online take place at their institution? What are their local IL online practises today? Are there models/techniques/tools that they’re developing or learning to use now for information literacy instruction that will be valuable to continue using after confinement? There will be time for participants to share their experiences and for Q&A.
The event will be facilitated by Chris Furno (AUS) and the panel will consist of: Tatevik Zargaryan (AUA), Aziz El Hassani (AUI), and Michael Stoepel (AUP).
Who should attend? Information literacy librarians and instructors, and faculty interested in information literacy.
This event will be conducted using Zoom, which may require installation in advance of the event. Review our online event guidelines to ensure you are setup to participate with a microphone and/or web cam.