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Information Literacy Proclamation Campaign, 2014

Posted by on Dec 7, 2013 in Featured Tab, In The News | 0 comments

Information Literacy Proclamation Campaign, 2014

National Information Literacy Proclamation Campaign Project – Update:We need more information literacy champions!!  Educators and Workforce Development Trainers Need Apply! We are almost at the half way mark and the Little Engine That Could  just keeps chugging right along. Governors in twenty-three states and one U.S. territory have issued Information Literacy Awareness Proclamations! Congratulations to Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, New York, Illinois, Texas, Oregon, Rhode Island, Alaska, Indiana, Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee,...

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“I’m Information Literate…Are You??”

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“I’m Information Literate…Are You??”

September 30 – October 4, 2013 – The NBC  Today Show is hosting a week long series on information overload, misinformation, and deception .  The name of the series is “Fact or Fiction”…a fitting tribute to begin the October celebration of National Information Literacy Awareness Month!   Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the...

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October 2013, National Information Literacy Awareness Month

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October 2013, National Information Literacy Awareness Month

October is National Information Literacy Awareness Month. Schools, colleges, and universities around the country have begun another academic year. Workforce training programs are in various stages of programming.  The doors to healthcare are about to be opened to all.  And another Congressional hostage, the No Child Left Behind Re-authorization Act,  appears doomed to less than stellar resolutions in resolving the major educational challenges facing our nation. Among those challenges is the issue of integrating digital literacy practices...

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Facebook Campaign – Information Literacy!

Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in News Archives | 0 comments

Facebook Campaign – Information Literacy!

Join our Facebook Community. Also, don’t forget to join the NFIL Badge Brigade!

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Join Us at the U.S. Conference on Adult Literacy, Oct 31-Nov 2, 2013

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Join Us at the U.S. Conference on Adult Literacy, Oct 31-Nov 2, 2013

Have you made your travel plans to attend the U.S. Conference on Adult Literacy (USCAL) in our nation’s capitol on October 31-November 2, 2012? USCAL brings together adult literacy advocates and educators to share new ideas, learn from leading thinkers, and inspire one another. Perhaps that’s why so many attendees describe USCAL as the highlight of their year. This year, the closing session at USCAL will focus on new data from the Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC), to be released in early...

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Next Generation K-12 Science Standards

Posted by on Apr 12, 2013 in In The News | 0 comments

Next Generation K-12 Science Standards

The National Research Council, the National Science Teachers Association, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Achieve partnered to create the next generation K-12 science standards through a collaborative state-led effort.  The new framework is available at the National Research Council site icon listed below. To all educators including librarians, parents, students, and concerned citizens – may we suggest that you explore the contents and let us know how information literacy practice is integrated throughout...

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Health Literacy: A National Responsibility – Our Brothers’ Keeper

Posted by on Apr 1, 2013 in Health, In The News | 0 comments

Health Literacy: A National Responsibility – Our Brothers’ Keeper

In an article recently published (March, 2013)  in the College and Undergraduate Libraries Journal, Dr.  Lana W. Jackman, President of the National Forum on Information Literacy, interviewed a pioneer of the health literacy movement, Helen Osborne.  Ms. Osborne critically assesses the importance of health literacy practice and its challenges gaining traction in our nation’s political mine field of healthcare politics. Ms. Osborne also initiated Health Literacy Month, the same month as National Information Literacy Awareness Month...

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Information Literacy Related Conferences 2014-2015

Posted by on Feb 23, 2013 in In The News | 0 comments

Information Literacy Related Conferences 2014-2015

Information Literacy-Related Conferences Compiled by Sharon Weiner   April 5, 2014, New York LACUNY Institute, Information Literacy to Empower: Theory and Practice http://2014lacunyinst.commons.gc.cuny.edu/   April 4-5, 2014, Rock Island, IL New Directions in Information Fluency http://www.augustana.edu/x11824.xml?eventid=10806   April 7-9, Cleveland, Ohio First National Personal Librarian & First Year Experience Library Conference http://library.case.edu/ksl/services/personallibrarian/conference/   April 18, 2014,...

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Credo Reference Online Seminar 2013 – 2014 Series

Posted by on Sep 25, 2012 in In The News, Promoting Information Literacy | 0 comments

Credo Reference Online Seminar 2013 – 2014 Series

We are excited to announce opening of the Fall/Spring 2013-2014 registration for “Global Information Issues,” a series of educational seminars covering international librarianship and more.  Seminars typically last about an hour and are conveniently held online via live web conferencing software GoToWebinar. In addition to the Global Information Issues Seminar Series, Libraries Thriving will also be offering additional professional development seminars and workshops as well . You can find abstracts, dates and registration links on...

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Moscow Declaration on Media and Information Literacy, 2012

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Moscow Declaration on Media and Information Literacy, 2012

On June 24-28, 2012, the International Conference on Media and Information Literacy for Knowledge Societies was held in Moscow, with 130 participants representing 40 countries and diverse constituencies. The focus of the conference was to raise awareness, identify key challenges, outline policies,  strategies, and possible solutions to resolve critical media and information literacy issues.   UNESCO, IFAP, and IFLA co-sponsored the conference. For conference details, visit...

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