17th Annual Information Literacy Summit: Proposal Submission Form
We are seeking breakout sessions and panels which are in keeping with this year's theme, Teaching for Curiosity, Creativity, and Action. How might we engage our learners to help them develop curiosity and creativity? What role does information literacy play in taking action and making change in our communities? How might our own teaching practice reflect these dispositions?

Suggested topics include:
Social Justice
Service Learning
Student Curiosity and Creativity
Student Centered Teaching and Learning
Students as creators
Critical Information Literacy
Critical Pedagogies
Reflective Practice
Communities of Practice
Applications of the Framework for Information Literacy:
Learning Outcomes
Lesson Plans
Professional development tools
Open Educational Resources
Programmatic assessments
Instructional design

All breakout sessions and panels will be 50 minutes long and should include some audience interaction or discussion. Panels should be limited to three people. Hands-on lessons and demonstrations (and/or practical takeaways) are encouraged. All breakout session classrooms will have a computer, internet access, a projector, and white boards. There is also a computer lab available. Sessions typically have 20-40 participants.

Breakout session proposals due Friday, January 12, 2018.

For more information, contact a Summit coordinator: http://informationliteracysummit.org/

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Additional Presenters
List name, position, institution, and email address of any additional presenters. Because of the limited amount of time, we encourage panels to be limited to three people. Having more than three presenters limits the time for attendee interaction and questions.
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Session Proposal
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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.
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Session Abstract *
Please provide a 100 word abstract for your presentation to be included in the program if selected.
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