Past conferences

2009 Concordia University – Reflections

  • Dr. John M. Budd (University of Missouri), “Where do we go now? Some research directions in information literacy”
  • Heidi LM Jacobs (University of Windsor) & Selinda Berg (University of Windsor), “Looking outward, looking within: Reflections on information literacy praxis”
2008 UBC Okanagan – Information Literacy Uncorked

  • John Willinsky (Stanford University), “La Culture de l’information”
  • Alane Wilson, “Their perceptions, our reality: The information-seeking habits and preferences of college and university students”
  • Judith Peacock (Queensland University of Technology) & Nancy Goebel (University of Alberta, Augustana), “Alice and the Carpenter present: ‘The Time Has Come to Talk of Many Things: Act 1 – Your Future Through The Looking Glass'”
2007 York University – Teach Every Angle

  • Rick Salutin, “Thinking versus knowing: Where does information come in?”
  • Patricia Iannuzzi (University of Nevada), “Changing learning, changing roles: Collaboration at every angle”
  • Fay Durrant (University of the West-Indies), “Culture, context and content: Vital issues in ensuring information literacy and effective e-citizenship”
2006 Acadia University – Charting a Course for Instruction

  • Dr. Patricia Senn-Breivik (Nehemiah Communications), “Information literacy and lifelong learning: The time is now!”
  • Dr. Jeremy Shapiro & Ms. Shelley Hughes (Fielding Graduate University), “If everything is information, is information literacy possible?”
  • Dr. Toni Samek (University of Alberta), “Information ethics on our global library streets”
2005 University of Guelph – A Kaleidoscope of Possibilities

  • Bill Johnston (University of Strathclyde)
  • Sheila Webber (University of Sheffield)
2004 University of Victoria – Theory Meets Reality

  • Dane Ward (Illinois State University), “The collaborative quest for compelling information literacy instruction”
  • Trudi Bellardo Hahn (University of Maryland), “Connecting information literacy to the research process”
2003 University of Windsor – Bridging the Gap: Teaching Across Boundaries

  • Dr. Clara Chu (University of California, Berkeley), “Information literacy within a multicultural critical framework”
2002 University of New Brunswick – River Runs: Trends in Library Instruction

  • Dr. Heidi Julien (University of Alberta), “Miles to go before we sleep…”
2001 Carleton Unversity – Teaching Using Learning in a Pluralist Setting

  • Dr. Tim Pychyl, Carleton University), “What’s our vision for teaching & learning?: Addressing systemic barriers to information literacy instruction”
2000 University of Western Ontario – Literacy for the Infollennium

  • Hannelore Rader (University of Louisville), “If we teach them will they learn?”
  • Dr. Michael Atkinson (University of Western Ontario), Teaching and learning in the 21st century
1999 McGill Unversity – Process of Integrating Library Instruction into the Curriculum in Partnership with Our Teaching Colleagues

  • Carol Kuhlthau (Rutgers University), “Collaboration in the learning process”
  • Gloria Leckie (University of Western Ontario), “Fostering a pedagogy for information literacy
1998 Queen’s Unversity – Libraries at the Heart of Learning

  • Cerise Oberman (SUNY-NILI Hannelore Rader), “Library liaison program”
1997 University of Montreal – Gateways to the Information World

  • Thérèse Laferrière, “Learning to search and create co-operatively”
1996 Wilfrid Laurier University – Anticipation: Library Instruction for Changing Times

  • Roma Harris (University of Western Ontario), “Development of library instruction and its place in a changing learning environment”
1995 Université Laval
1994 University of Ottawa – Making Connections

  • Richard Rancourt (University of Ottawa), “Librarians can do it with style”
1993 University of Toronto – Library Instruction: Strategies for Success

  • Lorna Marsden (Wilfrid Laurier University)
1992 University of Windsor – Skills for Change

  • Patricia Breivik (Towson State University)
1991 Concordia University – From Yesterday to Tomorrow

  • Maureen Pastine (Southern Methodist University), “Library user education: Where have we been? Where are we going?”
1990 Brock University – The Challenge of the 90’s

  • Constance Mellon (East Carolina), “Library anxiety: Instruction librarian as therapist”
1989 Bishop’s University & Champlain Regional College – The Art of Library Instruction

  • Evan I. Farber (Earlham College), “How I became ‘Bibliographic Instructor of the Year'”
1988 University of Waterloo & Wilfrid Laurier University – Teaching and Learning in the Present Tense

  • Stanley Benson (University Centre, Tulsa) & Sheila Laidlaw (University of New Brunswick), “The library’s status in undergraduate instruction: Far from the heart of things”
1987 McMaster University & Mohawk College – Re-Creating the Image

  • Panel with Tom Eadie, Tanis Fink & Jacelyn Foster, “Immodest proposals: Alternative futures for instruction”
1986 John Abbott College – Connections Linking the Library Instruction Network

  • R. Smith (Concordia University) & L. Melamed (consultant), “Learning style theory: implications for helping others learn
1985 University of Western Ontario & Fanshawe College – Reaching Out: New Directions in Library Instruction

  • Moderator, George Robinson (University of Western Ontario), Panel on “Faculty communication and the role of library instruction
1984 Queen’s University & St. Lawrence College – Coping with Crisis: Strategies for Survival

  • Margot McBurney (Queen’s University)
1983 Carleton University & Algonquin College – Exploring the New Technology for Library Instruction

  • Fraser Taylor, “Videotex and related technologies”
1982 University of Toronto – A Learner-Centred Approach to Teaching

  • Liz Burge, “How adults learn”
1981 University of Guelph – Approaching Instruction Effectively

  • “Librarians in the 1980’s: Skills and Technologies”
1980 McGill University – Staff Development, Computerized Services, Part-time and Non-traditional User, Marketing

  • M. Scott (McGill University)
1979 University of Waterloo – Teaching the Use of the Library: Instructional Strategies That You Always Wanted to Know But Were Never Taught

  • Panel of 3 librarians from the University of Michigan, “Instructional strategy for teaching the use of the library”
1978 University of Ottawa – Approaches to Library Instruction: Do You Know What Your Colleagues Are Doing?

  • Anne McQuade (Carleton University), “Teaching Skills”
1977 York University – Marketing the Library, Selling the Library as Part of the Teaching Learning Process
1976 Queen’s University – The Librarian as Teacher: Planning, Teaching, and Evaluating Library Programs

  • Hugh Munby
1975 McMaster University – Printed Materials

  • Monika Jensen (Metro Toronto Library Board)
1974 University of Toronto – Audio-Visual Techniques

  • Panel with B. Squires, L. Wise, D. Todgham, I. Melanchuk, “Matching Media & Message”
1973 McGill University & Sir George Williams University (now Concordia University) – Communication and Learning Theory
1972 University of Western Ontario – General Overview of Orientation

  • F. Eugene Gattinger, “Confessions of a Library Orientator”
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