Presentation on theme: "Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Celebrate! The 30th anniversary of the Instruction Section ! Acknowledge the Instruction Section history Feature major."— Presentation transcript:
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Celebrate! The 30th anniversary of the Instruction Section ! Acknowledge the Instruction Section history Feature major contributions and achievements Recognize individuals who contributed to its legacy Celebrate! The Arts Section is turning 50 in 2009 ! Librarians serving all the Arts for nearly a half century Ground breaking programs, award-winning publications New ALA Conference ArtsGuide for each conference city Explore! The Connections between Visual Literacy & Information Literacy Instruction & Arts Sections Join Together to Celebrate in Washington, D.C.
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Instruction Section Milestones 1971 ACRL Committee on Bibliographic Instruction ACRL Bibliographic Instruction Task Force ACRL Guidelines for Bibliographic Instruction 1978 ACRL Approval: BIS bylaws & IS committee structure Sheila Laidlaw 1 st Section Chair 1977 Creation of Bibliographic Instruction Section Appointment of Steering Committee (Ad Hoc) Miriam Dudley 1st Steering Committee Chair
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Instruction Section Milestones Approval of Model Statement of Objectives for Academic Bibliographic Instruction 1983 Creation of Miriam Dudley Bibliographic Instruction Librarian of the Year Award Miriam Dudley honored for her role in the development of IS and bibliographic instruction First Think Tank, San Francisco: Present State and Future Direction of the "Bibliographic Instruction Movement First organizational handbook: BIS: What's It All About?
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Instruction Section Milestones 1998 Model Statement of Objectives Task Force ACRL Initiative Grant to develop Think Tank III Managing Educational Services: Teaching and Learning in Libraries (cooperation with LAMA) 2005 First IS Soiree, ALA Midwinter Boston First orientation "Getting Involved in the Instruction Section Implementation of IS of the Future Task Force: committees, programming, & communication 2003 Revision Guidelines for Instruction Programs in Academic Libraries Establishment of IS of the Future Task Force
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Instruction Section: Major Projects Classroom Control Systems Information Literacy in the Disciplines InfoTech Tips and Trends Knowledge Base: 15th Anniversary Celebration of IS Sponsors of Continuing Education Programs for Library Instruction Free Clip Art Provided by Artclips.comFree Clip Art Provided by Artclips.com. Copyright All Rights Reserved.
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Instruction Section Annotated Bibliography of Publications By or About the Instruction Section Bibliographic Instruction Bibliography: An Annotated List of Selected Resources How to Build Librarian/Instructional Faculty Collaborative Partnerships Instruction Section Newsletter Learning to Teach: Workshops for Instruction Teaching and Learning Information Literacy Skills
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 IS Ground Breaking Achievements & Legacy Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online Promote and share peer-reviewed instructional materials created by librarians to teach people about discovering, accessing and evaluating information in networked environments. Help respond to educational challenges posed by emerging digital technologies Information Literacy & the Technological Transformation of Higher Education Papers on critical information literacy issues and the future of library instruction Virtual think tank experience using web-based communication technologies and real-time electronic discussion virtual rooms
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 IS Ground Breaking Achievements & Legacy Research Agenda for Library Instruction and Information Literacy (2000) Scope of research: Learning, Teaching, Organizational Context & Assessment Identify research areas to inform decisions for effective approaches for providing, managing, and evaluating library instructional programs Objectives for Information Literacy Instruction: A Model Statement for Academic Librarians (2001) Outcome of Task Force for Revision of the Model Statement of Objective Jointly with ACRL Task Force on Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Instruction Section At A Glance 4,000 members from all types of academic libraries A breadth and depth of expertise related to instruction and information literacy Contribute to the professional development of colleagues Become active nationally in issues related to instruction and information literacy
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Arts and Instruction: A natural partnership Paintings are but research and experiment. I never do a painting as a work of art. All of them are researches. --Pablo Picasso In Alexander Liberman. The Artist in His Studio. NY: Macmillan 1960, p. 33
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Arts is turning 50! Help us celebrate in Chicago in 09 Join old friends and new as we honor our founders and welcome our newest members Arts subsection status approved by ACRL Subject Specialists Section Executive Committee, January 29, Subject Specialists Sections abolished by ACRL Board of Directors and each SSS subsection elevated to section status, June 29, 1972.
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 You are invited… Stay tuned... At ALA Annual in Chicago in 09, there will be a reception for Arts founders and officers in a special art venue. Join us to celebrate 50 years of service to the Arts and to arts librarianship. Dont miss any Arts Section developments:
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Networks for Cooperation in the Arts 1989 Dallas Jazz and the Arts: Photography, Film, Dance, and Music Collections 1988 New Orleans (co-sponsored with the Music Library Association ) Image and Imagination: Adapting New Technologies for Scholarship in the Arts 1987 San Francisco Databases for the Arts 1986 New York City In the 1980s we brought you:
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Balconies and Verandas : Documentation and Preservation of New Orleans Architecture 1993 New Orleans Redefining the Arts: Implications for Libraries 1992 San Francisco Becoming Literate With Our Artistic Past: The WPA and the Arts 1991 Atlanta Hands On, Hands Off: Integrity Issues in the Preservation of Visual and Performing Arts Materials 1990 Chicago In the 1990s we brought you:
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Local Traditions in the Global Village 1998 Washington, D.C. Dance: Performance, Preservation, and Perception 1997: San Francisco Beyond the Stage Door 1996 NYC Co-sponsors: The English & American Literature Section and The Theater Library Association. Panelists: Edward Albee, Estelle Parsons, Ming Cho Lee, Jules Fisher Diverse Images of Chicago Dance: Cooperative Preservation to Cutting Edge 1995 Chicago Binding Together a Multicultural Society: Challenges for Academic and Research Libraries 1994 Miami (co-sponsored with the Law & Political Science and the African-American Studies Sections) and…
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Artists Books: Creating, Publishing & Collecting AND The Documents of Sept. 11 and the Search for Stable Ground 2002 Atlanta The Beat Generation: Collaboration & Community 2001 San Francisco. Co-sponsored with Literatures in English Section Visual Literacy: What It Is - Teaching Strategies 2000 Chicago Mardi Gras Unmasked: How It Happens and How We Record It 1999 New Orleans At the turn of the century we brought you:
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Preserving New Orleans: The Fate of Media Collections in the Wake of Katrina 2006 New Orleans Chicago Blues: From the Delta to the World 2005 Chicago. Co-sponsored with the African American Studies Librarians Section Drawing on Fantasy: Services and Collections for Animation 2004 Orlando Declaration of the Independents: Canadian Filmmakers & the Creative Process 2003 Toronto. Co-sponsored with ALA's Video Round Table and…
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 The Arts Section At a Glance 800 members from all types of libraries Librarians working to teach, access and preserve Librarians working to teach information literacy and visual literacy Members engaged in local, regional, national, and international conversations about the arts Members mentoring new members into the world of arts librarianship Join us!
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Get Involved With Our Sections!! Volunteer Volunteer to serve on a committee Join Join ACRL Communities Virtually and Face-to-Face Attend Attend conferences and explore cutting-edge issues Learn Online, Register for Online seminars and webcasts Mentor Participate in ACRL Mentorship Programs
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Eye To I: Visual Literacy Meets Information Literacy Embark on a terrific program with three outstanding speakers Cindy Cunningham Corbis Inc. Director of Media Cataloging Danuta Nitecki Yale University, Associate University Librarian Loanne Snavely Penn State University, Head of Instructional Programs
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Visual Literacy Meets Information Literacy Visual Literacy ** is the ability to communicate as well as recognize and understand ideas conveyed through imagery". Information Literacy * is the ability to: Determine the extent of information needed Access and use information effectively and efficiently Evaluate information and its sources critically Incorporate information into ones knowledge base Understand the economic, legal, and social issues surrounding information Access and use information ethically and legally * Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education, ACRL, Cunningham Nitecki Snavely ** PhilipYenawine
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Conference Program Learning Outcomes Develop an understanding of the attributes of visual literacy in order to facilitate image retrieval in an increasingly image-driven environment. Develop an understanding of the definitions and standards for visual and information literacy in order to identify pedagogical methods for teaching in an environment where words and images convey important meanings. Be able to articulate learning outcomes for teaching that incorporate elements of both visual and information literacy. Be able to develop rubrics or articulate criteria for visual and information literacy in order to assess student learning.
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Envision the Theoretical / Experience the Practical Would you like to learn: Practical approaches to teaching information literacy and visual literacy? New ideas for integrating multiple literacy skills into your instruction? Tips for collaborations that connect information literacy, visual literacy, and student learning? Visit Eye to I virtual poster sessions online!
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Visit Eye to I virtual poster sessions online! Virtual Poster Session web site is a great place to discover new information, gather ideas, and read or post comments. The virtual poster sessions will demonstrate examples of teaching and learning with a relationship between VISUAL LITERACY and INFORMATION LITERACY.
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 Arts & Instruction Section Contacts Chair Shannon Van Kirk Vice-Chair/Chair-Elect Eric Kidwell Chair Jennifer Dorner Vice-Chair/ Chair Elect Jean Caspers
Annual Conference Program, June 2007 References WORKS CITED ALA (2000). Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education: ALA. Association of College & Research Libraries, Instruction Section. Getting Involved: ALA. Association of College & Research Libraries, Instruction Section Chairs. Past and Present: Liberman, A. (1960). The Artist in His Studio. NY: Macmillan Yenawine, P. (1997). Thoughts on Visual Literacy. In Flood J. E, Heath B. S, & Lapp, D. (1997). Handbook of Research on Teaching Literacy through the Communicative and Visual Arts SLIDE ILLUSTRATIONS American Library Association. Annual Conference 2005 and 2007 Logos 5, 6, 9, 12, 19, 23, 24, 28: Microsoft Clipt Art. 10: Pablo Picasso Two Girls Reading, 1934 oil on canvas Gift of The Carey Walker Foundation Image: picasso.html 13: Album: Charlie Parker: The Cole Porter Songbook (1976); Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco: Anonymous American artist; Index Supreme Brand Lemons, Index Mutual Assn., La Habra, California, circa 1930 – : Balcony: Poster for WPA Federal Art Project Exhibition of Mural Studies at the Federal Art Gallery 15: Examples of various dance notations: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy: Labanotation: Tartuffe 2001 Set Design: 16: Sunglasses: Mardi Gras mask: 17: Mardi Gras beads: National Steel guitar: Animation signed by artist Ward Kimball from Alice in Wonderland (Disney): 18: Glance: 19: Kids jumping: 20: Danuta Nitecki: Cindy Cunningham: students.washington.edu; Loanne Snavely: 27: Alessia Zanin-Yost: Randy B. Hensley: www2.hawaii.edu/~rhensley/
Annual Conference Program, June Conference Program Slideshow Acknowledgements The production of this slideshow was made possible thanks to the enthusiastic work and contribution of the members who served in this year's Conference Planning Committee: 2007 Conference Program Co-Chairs: Randall Burke Hensley, Instruction Section and Alessia Zanin-Yost, Arts Section Program Slideshow Subcommittee: Isabelle Eula, Lead Shannon Van Kirk Kathleen Haefliger Carrie Donovan Catherine Haras Thanks to Jennifer Dorner, Cindy Cunningham, Danuta Nitecki and Loanne Snavely for their invaluable input.
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