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Connecticut Information Literacy Conference: 2022 Conference Videos

2022 Connecticut Information Literacy Conference

Theme: Teaching for Change: Reframing Information Literacy through Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Antiracism
Venue: Online
Date: June 10, 2022

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Fobazi Ettarh - Resisting Vocational Awe: Reframing The Role of the Instructor


Morning Breakout Sessions

A. Investigating Authority and Promoting Social Justice in Statistics Education


B. Teaching Beyond the Classroom: Meeting Students Where They Are


C. The Model Information Literate Individual is White: White Language Supremacy and the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy


D. Critical Race Theory in Library Instruction: A Brief History, Current Practices, and Future Work

Afternoon Breakout Sessions 

E. Making Space: DIY Punk Strategies for Critical Information Literacy


F. Inclusive Pedagogy through a Critical Race Theory Lens


G. Exploring the ACRL Frames Authority is Constructed and Contextual and Scholarship as Conversation While Using a Culturally and Historically Responsive Literacy Approach with Pre-Service Teachers


EBSCO Presentation

Courtney Ellis Peckman - People, Process, and Products: EBSCO's support for Diversity in Academic Research