2021 Information Literacy Summit: Poster Proposal Submission Form
This year, the Summit will be a virtual two day conference with online synchronous and asynchronous events. We are seeking posters that specifically address how library instruction and/or information literacy has been impacted by the issues 2020, including race and equity; online teaching and learning; the election; COVID-19. We hope to foster conversations across all types of libraries, schools, and other organizations and encourage a diversity of perspectives in this proposal call.

Poster Sessions
All posters will be available asynchronously and digitally for one week on the Summit website.
Your poster session can contain images, video, include audio clips, or anything else you’d like to share. Please limit embedded media to less than five minutes in length and the media should stand alone with no presenter explanation required. Please consider accessibility options for your poster such as closed captioning, transcripts, image descriptions.

Viewers will be able to post questions about your posters and you will be able to respond via the commenting feature.

For more information, contact a Summit coordinator: http://informationliteracysummit.org/
Email address *
Name *
Name of the primary presenter
Institution *
Phone *
Additional Presenters
List name, position, institution, and email address of any additional presenters.
Poster Proposal
Poster Title *
Poster Proposal *
Please include a 200-300 word description of your presentation. Please include learning outcomes and a brief explanation of why people should attend your session and what they will take away. Session topics may focus on anything related to information seeking and use. Special consideration will be given to topics related to this year’s theme.
Poster Abstract *
Please provide a 100 word abstract for your presentation to be included in the program if selected.
What steps do you plan to take to ensure your poster is accessible?
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