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From Stale to Stellar – April 2014

On Friday, April 25, 2014, LILAC held its annual spring event, this year entitled “From Stale to Stellar: Practical innovations for teaching information literacy.” The event ran from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and featured discussion groups on topics led by a number of CUNY librarians. This website serves to document the event.

A brief description of each topic and the arc of the day’s discussions or activities are provided on the following pages. Attendees and others are encouraged to share thoughts in the comments section of each pages.

Critical Information Literacy – Ian Beilin, New York City College of Technology

Flipped Information Literacy Classroom – Madeline Cohen, Jennifer Poggiali, and Alison Lehner-Quam, Lehman College

Gaming – Maura Smale, New York City College of Technology

Integrating information literacy in distance learning contexts – Robin Davis, John Jay College

Teaching & assessing information literacy for grad students – Shawnta Smith, Graduate Center


LILAC Spring Event Planning Committee

Marta Bladek, John Jay College

Robin Brown, Borough of Manhattan Community College

Robert Farrell, Lehman College

Julia Furay, Kingsborough Community College

Neera Mohess, Queensborough Community College

Amy Stempler, College of Staten Island


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  1. […] a workshop as part of the CUNY Library Information Literacy Advisory Committee’s (LILAC) spring program on library and information literacy instruction. My breakout was on using games for library and information literacy instruction, and we played a […]

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