Category Archives: Events

IceBreaker Responses

Icebreaker responses Q1 : Information Literacy Teaching : What is one thing you tried for the first time this year? How did it go? Breathing. It went great! Word mapping as a way of breaking down a large topic into … Continue reading

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Evaluating Sources Track Recap

Navigating between Trust and Doubt on the Internet – Linda Miles and Haruko Yamauchi, Eugenio Maria de Hostos Community College HANDOUT for Navigating between Trust and Doubt on the Internet Write-up by Nancy Foasberg In this participatory session, Linda and Haruko … Continue reading

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Tools/OneSearch Track Recap

Using Google Docs and WordPress for Communication and Instruction Sarah Johnson and Mason Brown, Hunter College HANDOUT for Using Google Docs and WordPress for Communication and Instruction WordPress site: https://hunterlibrary100.wordpress.com/ Recap by Julie Turley: Takeaway: Both WordPress and Google Docs … Continue reading

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Spring Training 2018 – Up Your Game

Tools/OneSearch Using Google Docs and WordPress for Communication and Instruction Sarah Johnson and Mason Brown, Hunter College Encouraging Student Engagement in the Library Classroom with PollEverywhere Emma Antobam-Ntekudzi, Bronx Community College Not teaching OneSearch is No Longer an Option Marta … Continue reading

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Fourth Annual Spring Training (June 2017)

On Friday, June 16, 2017, LILAC held its fourth annual spring event, Spring Training, at the Guttman Community College Library, from 1-4pm. The training featured four concurrent workshops by librarians from around the New York metro area. This website serves to document the … Continue reading

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Instruction Librarians Talk about Teaching and Learning: Hunter College Libraries’ 2015 Library Instruction Day

At Hunter College Libraries, we often complain that there is rarely time available for us (those who teach) to talk about our teaching and share ideas, both best practices and biggest challenges. This spring, Sarah Ward and I began considering … Continue reading

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CuPL – CUNY Libraries Branch Out!

CuPL : CUNY Libraries Branch Out Monday, April 13th – Saturday, April 18th, 2015 How do we connect the resources of CUNY libraries with the life-long learning possibilities of Branch libraries? Are our current and future students aware of resources … Continue reading

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Transliteracy for Next Generation Students: Academic and Everyday

Transliteracy for Next Generation Students: Academic and Everyday My colleagues Anamika Megwalu and Christina Miller are accepted to present one of the four breakout sessions at the Information Literacy Summit, sponsored by DePaul University Library and Moraine Valley Community College … Continue reading

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Computers and Crowds: Unexpected Authors and Their Impact on Scholarly Research

On Friday, May 17, nearly 50 librarians from CUNY and other New York City libraries gathered at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism to participate in a program about new models for content production. This exciting program was jointly organized … Continue reading

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Unexpected Authors and Their Impact on Scholarly Research

The LACUNY Emerging Technologies Committee, the LACUNY Scholarly Communications Roundtable, LILAC, and the Office of Library Services are delighted to announce our Spring program: Computers and Crowds: Unexpected Authors and Their Impact on Scholarly Research Friday, May 17th; 9:30am – … Continue reading

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