ACRL IS Conference Program CFP
The ACRL Instruction Section Conference Program Planning Committee seeks proposals on the following topic for a virtual program in the late spring 2019:

Library and information science literature has devoted increasing interest and attention to the topic of social justice. We aim to move beyond the theoretical to investigate the various ways librarians have incorporated social justice into the classroom, including as a pedagogy, as it is interwoven with the "Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education," and as an advocacy topic.

We invite proposals from diverse voices and institutions that demonstrate engaging and practical applications of the the successful integration of social justice in library instruction. Proposals should specify how attendees can utilize these approaches and could include lesson plans, classroom activities, demonstrations, or course syllabi. We will ask you to share an artifact or document of your lesson plans, activities, demonstrations, or syllabi with the audience for practical application and adaptation.

Each panelist will have 10-15 minutes to showcase their approach (e.g. a lesson plan, classroom activity, demonstration, course syllabi, etc.). There will be a Q&A period following all presenters.

The deadline for proposals is February 1.

If you have any questions, please contact Ernesto Hernandez (ernestohernandez@weber.edu) and Martha Stuit (stuitm@umich.edu), the ACRL Instruction Section Conference Program Planning Committee Co-Chairs.

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Other presenters (include name(s), title(s), institution(s), and email(s) ). Please note that proposals with multiple presenters will have the same amount of time (10-15 minutes) to present.
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Does your instruction include social justice and the “Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education? *
What is your role with social justice, the Framework, and instruction? Please describe. *
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Title of your talk *
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Abstract (300 words maximum): Please share an abstract for your presentation. In it, include a description of your lesson plan, classroom activity, demonstration, or course syllabus about which you will present. Also describe how your presentation will be engaging and practical for an online audience. *
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List two to three learning outcomes or takeaways from your presentation for attendees. *
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Please include a link to an example of a resource that you can share with the selection committee for review (as you will be asked to share your lesson plan, classroom activity, demonstration, and/or syllabi with the program audience). You can also email a document to Martha Stuit (stuitm@umich.edu).
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