Thursday, July 15, 2021

Registration open for South Carolina Conference on Information Literacy #SCCIL21

Registration is now open for the free online 2021 South Carolina Conference on Information Literacy taking place 4-6 August 2021. At time of writing there is no schedule, but the hosts look like they are in the Eastern time zone of the USA (which is, for example, 5 hours behind the UK), so bear that in mind when planning. The conference theme is Reshaping the Future of Instruction.
"The South Carolina Conference on Information Literacy is a new conference focused on providing instruction librarians a space for professional development and networking opportunities. Based in Charleston, South Carolina, we welcome any and all librarians who are interested in learning about new classroom strategies, instruction ideas, or anything else involved in teaching students information literacy skills. ... The SCCIL Conference seeks to bring together a group of librarians, educators and practitioners for presentations, discussions and networking. We encourage participation from all types of libraries such as academic, community, museums, libraries (K-12, higher education, public, special), institutions, and organizations."
The SCCIL website is here and you can register here

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