• This site is the primary online presence for ACRL-Oregon, which serves a dual role as the Oregon chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) as well as the Academic Library Division of the Oregon Library Association (OLA).
  • ACRL logo
  • OLA logo
  • ACRL-Oregon logo
  • Site Policy

  • Categories

  • Archives

Johannah Sherrer Memorial Lecture

The Aubrey R. Watzek Library at Lewis & Clark College is pleased to announce the 2012 Johannah Sherrer Memorial Lecture in Library Service will take place on Friday, September 28 at 3pm in Smith Hall on the campus of Lewis & Clark College.  A reception will follow the lecture.

Julie Evans, CEO of the national education nonprofit Project Tomorrow, will present  “Coming Soon to Campus:  The New “Free Agent” Learner – Are You Ready?”

“The dynamic profusion of emerging technologies, both in school and out of school, is propelling today’s K-12 students to make new demands on education institutions for technology-rich learning experiences and environments. Enabled, empowered and engaged, this next wave of students is bringing to college their own set of objectives for 21st century learning.

Get a first-hand glimpse into the activities, attitudes and aspirations of tomorrow’s students through this presentation by Project Tomorrow CEO, Julie Evans, who will share the latest Speak Up National Research Project data findings from over 300,000 K-12 students.”

For further information, please see http://library.lclark.edu/lib/sherrer.htm or contact Elaine Hirsch (elaineghirsch@lclark.edu) at Watzek Library.

%d bloggers like this: