ACRL/NY Information Literacy/Instruction Discussion Group Meeting: June 9, 2017

Beyond Scholarly vs. Popular: Where Else Scholarly Communication Engages Information Literacy

How important is understanding the scholarly communication landscape to your students? What and how do you teach?

It probably begins with showing the difference between scholarly periodicals and popular magazines. Maybe you go on to cover the information cycle, copyright, or open access in your information literacy instruction. And scholars are involved with a wide range of communication channels. Professor Elizabeth Jardine, Librarian at LaGuardia Community College, will lead our discussion as we explore the growing role of scholarly communications and its intersection with information literacy.​
Join us for an engaging dialogue.

When: Friday June 9, 2017
Time: 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Where: Mercy College, Manhattan Campus
66 W 35th St, New York, NY 10016
Room number: 723

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(All attendees must bring a photo ID)

Refreshments will be served!

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If you have any questions please email IL/I DG Co-chairs Dianne Gordon Conyers at dconyers@lagcc.cuny.edu or Matthew Regan at matthew-regan@berkeleycollege.edu

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