SCIL Works 2006
"From Design to Delivery: Developing and Managing Instruction Projects and Programs"

Friday, February 3, 2006, 9 am - 1:30 pm
California State University, San Marcos Library

Presented by Southern California Instruction Librarians (SCIL) - Registration will begin in December, 2005

SCIL Works is an annual half-day program in which local instruction librarians exchange ideas and share what’s new in information literacy practice and programming at their institutions. To get a better idea of what SCIL Works is like, view the presentations and evaluations from last year's program.

This Year’s Featured Presentations:

“Around it Goes: From Grant Development to Program Assessment for an Information Competence Program in Public Policy and Administration.”
Kelly Janousek, California State University, Long Beach           

“Classroom Observations: A First Step Toward Assessing Student Learning Outcomes.”
Deborah Moore and Nancy Getty, Glendale Community College

“Engaging Millennials through Problem-Based Learning: Report on a Pilot Freshman Seminar with an Information Literacy Focus.”
Henri Mondschein, California Lutheran University

“Where Technology and Information Literacy Meet: Interactive Web-based Tutorials for Lifelong Learning.”
Pamela Jackson, San Diego State University and Bridget Kowalczyk, San José State University.