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If you're planning to go to ALA Annual 2016 in June and you're interested in ACRL's Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, then consider the following panel presentation.

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If you're planning to go to ALA Annual 2016 in June and you're interested in ACRL's Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, then consider the following panel presentation.

Authority Is Constructed and Contextual: A Critical View

  • Saturday, June 25 - 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM - Orange County Convention Center, Room S320 A-C

Five invited panelists who are ongoing practitioners of critical pedagogy will offer their insights on the ACRL Frame “Authority is Constructed and Contextual.” In a talk show-style format, a moderator from the program planning committee will lead an engaging Q & A, with plenty of opportunities for audience input. This program is jointly sponsored by the ACRL Instruction Section and the ACRL Education & Behavioral Sciences Section.

Moderator

Greg Carr - Undergraduate Learning Librarian 
University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Speakers

Nicole Pagowsky - Research & Learning Librarian and Instruction Coordinator
University of Arizona

Kevin Seeber - Foundational Experiences Librarian
Auraria Library, University of Colorado Denver

Dave Ellenwood - Social Sciences / Research & Instruction Librarian
University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College

James Elmborg - Associate Professor
The University of Iowa

Yasmin Sokkar Harker - Student Liaison Librarian/Law Library Professor
CUNY School of Law

 

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