2022 STS Annual Program Registration Form [Revised]
The 2022 STS Annual Program will be held virtually on June 14, 2022, 1:00-4:00pm EDT. It will consist of three (3) parts and you are welcome to attend any or all parts:

(A) 1:00pm-2:30pm - The (Pending) Science Information Literacy Framework  
(B) 2:30pm-3:00pm - Networking time
(C) 3:00pm-4:00pm - Equitable Practices in Scholarly Communications

During Part (A), three panelists will introduce the new (pending) Science Information Literacy Framework (https://acrl.libguides.com/sts/STSILFramework): Nikki Rech (Sciences Research and Instruction Librarian at Georgia Southern University, and member of the Task Force that wrote the framework); Aditi Gupta (Engineering & Science Librarian at University of Victoria Libraries); and Anamika Megwalu (Faculty Director of Library Instruction & Assessment at San Jose State University). Then participants will break into small groups to discuss their experiences with and/or to delve deeper into the framework.  If you would be interested in moderating a small group discussion, please indicate this in the last question on this page by May 14th.  If you have any questions, please contact Jodi Coalter (jcoalter@umd.edu) or Nicole Helregel, Co-chairs of the 2022 STS Conference Program Planning Committee.

During Part (C), join Yasmeen Shorish, Head of Scholarly Communications Strategies & Special Advisor to the Dean for Equity Initiatives at James Madison University, for a talk and discussion of equitable practices in scholarly communications.  If you have any questions, please contact Kristin Duffin (kduffin@eiu.edu) or Alyssa Young (young2ah@jmu.edu), Co-chairs of the STS Professional Development Committee.  

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Which parts of the program do you plan to attend?
Are you more interested in small discussion groups based on a single framework standard (such as Identifying info needs or Acquiring useful info), or on subject specialty (Engineering, Life Sciences, etc.)? Please see https://acrl.libguides.com/sts/scienceinfolit/Framework#s-lg-box-27847129 for more examples.
After the panel presentation, participants will be broken into small groups for further discussion. If we provided a list of prompts and questions to encourage discussion, would you be willing to moderate a small group? *
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