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Spring Program

SCIL Spring Program

Co-Sponsored by CSUSM University Library

Becoming a Teacher: Identity, Agency, and
Collaborating with Faculty

Friday, April 26, 2019, 8:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Kellogg Library, Reading Room 5th floor
California State University San Marcos
333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road
San Marcos, CA 920096

Registration Rates
  • CARL Members: $65.00
  • Non-members: $97.50
  • Student/Retiree: $32.50

Program includes breakfast and lunch as part of the registration rate.

Map and Directions

Parking: The closest parking to the Kellogg Library is Lot C. Parking is a fee of $9 for an all-day pass. There is a permit machine (pay station) at the top of Lot C; the machine accepts one and five dollar bills, quarters, and credit cards. See the following link for a map and parking related questions: CSUSM Parking Information.

Registration is Open

About the Presenter
Allison Carr, currently serves as the Academic Transitions Librarian in the Teaching and Learning Department at CSUSM. In this role, Allie leads curriculum development of information literacy programs for first-year learners and transfer students. She also provides research support to both faculty and students and information literacy instruction in the disciplines of Communication and Media Studies. Also, in summer of 2018 Allison took on a three-year role as the Director of CSUSM's Faculty Center. She and her team provide professional development programming on all aspects of faculty life on CSUSM's campus in areas such as teaching, research, and service.

Allison has contributed to the profession not only in her service as CARL Vice President and President (2012-15), and SCIL Chair (2011) and she actively contributes to the scholarship by having authored over 20 publications. Allison has conducted research on librarian identity and faculty collaboration, which is a foundation for our SCIL Spring Program. Allison embodies her librarian identify, putting into action meaningful collaborations across campus resulting in instructional opportunities and the development of instruction that has reached the programmatic level.

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About SCIL

The Southern California Instruction Librarians (SCIL -- pronounced "skill") interest group is dedicated to providing professional development and discussion opportunities focused on information literacy and instruction-related activities for library professionals from all types of institutions.

CARL is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to people with disabilities at all CARL-sponsored events. Please indicate your special needs or dietary requirements when registering or RSVPing to events. Requests for special accommodations must be received at least two weeks prior to the event.

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