iTeach 4

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017
Thomas Cooper Library, USC Campus

The full-day event, co-sponsored by SCLA’s College & University Section and Information Literacy Round Table, is a collaborative workshop on instruction and learning in the library environment. This year’s theme, “Transitions and the Roles Libraries Play,” builds on recent discussions in South Carolina’s library communities about the progression from high school to college, from community college to university, and from higher education to the workplace.

Moorefield-LangThis year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Heather Moorefield-Lang, assistant professor at the University of South Carolina School of Library and Information Science. Dr. Moorefield-Lang’s research is focused on technology in education and libraries, with a current focus on makerspaces in library settings.

50 minute sessions include: 

  • Are MOOCs the Future of Higher Education?, Presented by Ana Dubnjakovic
  • #ICanHazPDF? Teaching the Options and Ethics of Research Beyond College, Presented by Amber Cook and Cathy Snediker
  • It's all research! Using Documentary Films to teach Information and Media Literacy Concepts, Presented by Brent Appling
  • The Library Scavenger Hunt Reimagined: Incorporating the ACRL’s Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education into the Library Scavenger Hunt, Presented by Jessica Dai 

Lightning sessions include:

  • Information Literacy beyond Fake News: Teaching Info Lit to Triggered Students, Presented by John Byrnes
  • Let’s Talk: Strategies to Encourage Discussion, Presented by Jade Geary, Amy Edwards, and Amie Freeman

iTeach 4 will be held on Wednesday, June 14th, 2017, at Thomas Cooper Library on the University of South Carolina campus in Columbia, SC. Registration is $25 for members of SCLA and SCASL and students enrolled in USC’s School of Library and Information Science, and $35 for non-members; lunch is included in the registration fee. Visitor parking is available in the neighboring Bull Street Garage; metered parking is also available on nearby city streets. 

Registration is $25 for members of SCLA and SCASL and students enrolled in USC’s School of Library and Information Science, and $35 for non-members; lunch is included in the registration fee. Visitor parking is available in the neighboring Bull Street Garage; metered parking is also available on nearby city streets. 

You will have to log into the new SCLA website to register for this event or submit a paper form and check. If you have not used the new SCLA website before, submit your email address in the new users box. 

You can also register using a paper form and send the check to SCLA.

If you have any questions please contact Amy Edwards AMJEDWAR@mailbox.sc.edu or Jade Geary GEARYJA@mailbox.sc.edu. Please contact web.scla@gmail.com if you encounter issues while registering.  We look forward to seeing you at iTeach!