Education Institute Session Proposal
Do you have an interesting topic that you’d like to share with library & information professionals across Canada? We want to hear from you!
The Education Institute is always looking for presenters to share best practices, expert knowledge, tips & tricks and stories across many topics, such as:
Innovative approaches to reference or collection practices
Successful library programming and services
Management & Leadership
Teaching & Learning
Digital Literacy, Privacy & Security
Marketing & Community Outreach
Project Management & Productivity
Diversity, Inclusion & Accessibility
Dates & Times:
Webinars are scheduled on Tuesdays, and Thursdays between 12-3 pm EST. The Winter Semester runs from February - April, Summer Semester runs from May - August, and Fall Semester runs from September - December.
Webinars are typically 1 hour in length, including Q&A. If preferred, presenters can instead lead a 30 minute “Lunch & Learn” webinar, which will give presenters the opportunity to share pro tips, success stories, or expand on a lightning talk.
Presenters will receive an honourarium for their session.
Bright Young Minds:
Are you a student or a new grad? Let’s work together!
We value student research and want your voice to be heard & showcased. As the next generation of library professionals, this is a wonderful opportunity to share your research and experience with people in the field and foster connections between academic schools and professionals.
Student speakers will be a part of our “Bright Young Minds” webinar series, and will receive an honourarium.
You will be contacted if your session is selected.
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Please keep it short and related to the topic. You want participants to know what they're signing up for at a glance.
Session Description (Abstract)
Max 200 words
List at least 3 learning outcomes from your presentation that participants will leave with.
If you need a bit more space to elaborate.
Please tell us a bit about yourself including: 1. One sentence on your title, library and location. 2. Optional: One sentence on your education and/or research and/or professional involvement relevant to the presentation topic. 3. Optional: One sentence providing a fun fact, and/or elaboration of sentence 2 above. Max length: 80 words per presenter.
Will your presentation include a complimentary book, article, or other resource that participants should/could refer to before or after?
All sessions run on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
All sessions run in Eastern Standard Time, between 12:00PM - 3:00PM
Typically our webinars are 1 hour, but if you have a lightning talk or something similar that you'd like to present, we're happy to offer a shorter session.
30 minutes (20 minutes of content + 10 minutes Q&A)
1 hour (40-50 minutes of content + 10-20 minutes Q&A)
Multi-part course (NOTE: If you're interested in developing a course, please indicate that at the end of the form)
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Are you a student or recent grad, submitting this webinar as a part of our Bright Young Minds program?
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