ILAGO, the Information Literacy Advocacy Group of Oregon, has organised 2 free lightning talk-style sessions.
18 May 2021, 1-2 pm (I think this is US Pacific time, so that would be, e.g., 9-10pm UK time, but double check this if you register) The talks are: Andrew Wang and Kate Thornhill - Functional and Subject Specialists Collaborating in the Remote Classroom; Kate Thornhill - Talking Stories: An Open Pedagogy Collaboration and Partnership; Garrett Trott - Transparent Library Instruction. Registration form at https://forms.gle/vugChgiJZ3aXBdGM8
21 May 2021, 11-12 noon (7-8p UK time). The talks are: Anders Tobiason - On “Developing Information Literate Abilities”: Uncovering Whiteness at the Center of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy; Lynda Irons - Transparent Teaching in Action: Developing a First-Year Seminar Lesson Plan; Dawn Lowe-Wincentsen and Alla Powers - An Adaptive/Open Information Literacy Model for the Sciences Registration form at https://forms.gle/2cFbVc8WWuAUJEeG6 Registration is open to any person, so register soon! The sessions will be recorded.