SCIL Works 2007
"21st Century Librarianship: Classroom Management in Today's Information Age "

Friday, February 2, 2007, 9 am - 1:30 pm
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

We hope you enjoyed SCIL Works this year. Below are links to most of the materials used and presented. The registrants list is also available.

Be sure to view these photographs
of the event, courtesy of James S. Koga

Getting Their Attention Online:  The Special Challenges of Distance Education
Carol Womack, Santa Monica College


Giving up control to regain control:  Letting students set the agenda
Katy Farrell French, Palomar College
Tracey Mayfield, California State University, Long Beach

Cognitive dissonance: a useful tool for getting and keeping control of a course integrated library instructional session
Pamela Howard
San Francisco State University

Making Library Research Skills Relevant to Adult Learners in the Information Age
Linda Gordon, Chris Cicchetti and Donna Bentley
Wilson Library, University of La Verne


Oh what a difference a few years makes, or Does it?
Shana Higgins, Susan Clayton
University of Redlands

Keeping current in the classroom (or, Wake me up, before I go, go)
Laura L. Moody
San Francisco State University