Library Instruction West 2020
Seattle, Washington
July 22-24

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Friday, July 24

9:30am AST

Frames of Reference: Examining “Scholarly” Concepts and Encouraging Alt Sources to Faculty MGH 238 (Seats 35)Allison Rand Narratives about Latinx Immigrants: A Critical Information Literacy Session HUB 337 (Seats 24)Pamela Mann Remodeling Course-Related Instruction: An Information Literacy Pathway in the Natural Sciences MGH 234 (Seats 35)Dani Brecher Cook • Michael Yonezawa Avoiding Burnout and Renewing Your Teaching Self with Self-Compassion, Mindfulness, and Gratitude HUB 332 (Seats 120)Meredith Farkas Capitalist Alienation, Immigration, and Ethically-motivated Information Literacy Instruction: A marxist approach HUB 332 (Seats 120)Dom Taylor Con-structions of Reality: Combating the Alienating Effects of Misinformation & “Fake News” HUB 332 (Seats 120)Michael Carrigan Informing the Crisis of Fake News HUB 334 (Seats 60)Ryan P. Randall Instructional Iteration to Better Serve International Students HUB 340 (Seats 25)Jessica Martinez • Jylisa Doney Matched or Misleading: Evaluating the Narratives of Text & Images in News HUB 334 (Seats 60)Sara Davidson Squibb “Do some research”: Research assignments and composition Teaching Assistants HUB 340 (Seats 25)Alyssa Russo • Glenn Koelling Empowering Students to Learn Their Way: Making Library Instruction Accessible to All With Universal Design for Learning MGH 295 (Seats 35)Samantha Peter • Kristina Clement Harm Reduction & Threat Modeling for Library Instruction MGH 228 (Seats 35)Kelly McElroy • Claire Lobdell

11:00am AST