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College and University Section - User Education Committee

Page history last edited by Nancy Weiner 8 years, 9 months ago

 

Want to host a meeting of the User Education Committee? We'd love to visit your campus.

Members

 

Minutes

 

Policy Initiatives

  

Programs and Activities

 

Resources on Information Literacy and User Education

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The User Education Committee is a subcommittee of the New Jersey Chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries and the College and University Section of the New Jersey Library Association. The function of the committee is to promote information literacy as an educational goal, and to support the development of, and pursuit of excellence in library user education programs. The committee produces professional development programs on teaching and learning in libraries, disseminates information about information literacy and user education, and serves as a forum for the discussion of issues relating to information literacy.

 

    

Meeting Minutes

 NJLA User Ed_VALE SIL Minutes_11August2011.docx

NJLA User Ed_VALE SIL Minutes_April15-2011.docx 

NJLA User Ed Minutes 032511.docx  

NJLA User Ed VALE SIL minutes 021111.docx  

12.14.10 Minutes.doc

Minutes October 8 Joint Meeting.doc

August 19, 2010

May 7, 2010 

March 19, 2010

 

 

2011-2012

Meeting Schedule

  • August 11, ,2011: Joint meeting with VALE SIL Committee at The College of New Jersey 
  • October 14, 2011: Joint meeting with VALE SIL Committee via Videoconference-UMDNJ Newark and Stratford 
  • November 11, 2011: User Education Meeting: Location-Canceled
  • December 9, 2011: Joint meeting with VALE SIL Committee via Videoconference-Rutgers Newark, New Brunswick and Camden 
  • January 5, 2012-Busch Campus Center 
  • February 10, 2012: Joint meeting with VALE SIL Committee via Videoconference-Rutgers Newark, New Brunswick and Camden  
  • March 9, 2012: User Education meeting: Location TBA 
  • April 13, 2012:  Joint meeting with VALE SIL Committee via Videoconference-UMDNJ Newark and Stratford 
  • June: NJLA Annual Conference June 4-June 6 at The Revel Resort in Atlantic City 

 

Interested in becoming a member? 

The User Education Committee welcomes all librarians interested in library instruction and information literacy. To join the committee, contact any member for information, or just come to a meeting.

 

The User Education Committee maintains a group space on Yahoo! for a mailing list, file sharing, and committee archives. To be added to the group, contact Leslie Murtha.

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Want to host a meeting of the User Education Committee? We'd love to visit your campus. 

Contact Nancy Weiner  

weinern@wpunj.edu

 

Important Policy Initative

 

The User Education Committee and the VALE Shared Information Literacy Committee are committed to a joint effort to promote the inclusion of information literacy in the curriculum. The Progression Standards for Information Literacy are designed to provide educators in NJ with a common framework for planning general education programs that prepare students to conduct research and manage information. The Progression Standards are intended especially as a tool for easing the transition of students from the Community Colleges to Baccalaureate programs.

 

For more information about the Progression Standards, visit the page of the Progression Standards Task Force,.

 

 

 

  

 

 



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