IL Summit Registration Open

Registration is now open for the 15th Annual Oregon Information Literacy Summit, a free virtual series of lightning talk-style sessions on topics of interest to our IL community. More information including session abstracts can be found on the ILAGO website.  Please use the links below each session to register for each separately. 1-2 p.m. Tuesday, […]

Free Critical Information Literacy Online Presentation

ACRL’s Professional Development Committee is hosting a free presentation 11 am (PST) on Friday, February 12 via Zoom. As an instructional librarian, this is something that I’ve been struggling with and I’m really excited to hear about how others have been handling ideological differences in critical library instruction! Presentation details and registration information can be […]

Thinking Critically About Research and Power Speaker Series

The Institute for Research Design in Librarianship (IRDL) is hosting a speaker series, Thinking Critically About Research and Power, beginning January 27 and ending February 24. The lineup looks really amazing, highlighting the voices of BIPOC women on the subject of integrating anti-racist and anti-colonial practices into research methodology. One of the keynote speakers will […]

Upcoming Free Webinar on Film Studies Resources

Join ACRL-OR for the free webinar, “Free Film Studies Resources for Academic Libraries,” at 11 am PST Friday, January 29. The webinar will be presented by Elizabeth Peterson, University of Oregon. See below for a full description. Registration is open to all library staff, but we are limited to 100 attendees in the session, so […]

Join ACRL-Oregon for a free webinar – “Makerspace Instruction & the ACRL Framework”

ACRL-Oregon offers free webinars on topics relevant to academic library staff. Our upcoming webinar is “Makerspace Instruction & the ACRL Framework” and will be presented by Amy Vecchione at Boise State University and Stephanie Milne-Lane from Willamette University on 5/27/2020, at 10am PST. In this presentation Amy Vecchione and Stephanie Milne-Lane will host a discussion […]