Program

Wednesday, May 12, 2010 / le mercredi 12 mai 2010

All sessions will take place on campus/Toutes les conférences auront lieu sur le campus

10:00-17:00

10h à 17h

Registration/Inscriptions
MDCL North Entrance Lobby
13:00-13:15

13h à 13h15

Welcome & Opening Remarks/Mot de bienvenue

MDCL 1305/1307

13:15-14:30

13h15 à 14h30

14:30-15:00

14h30 à 15h

Coffee Break/Pause-café
MDCL Southeast Corner
Tracks/Séances simultanées
Design Student-Centred Instruction
Librarians as Teachers & Learners
Play with Technology
Learn about Specialized User Groups
15:00-15:45

15h à 15h45

MDCL 1009

MDCL 1010

MDCL 1008

MDCL 3413

15:45-16:00

15h45 à 16h

Break/Pause-santé
16:00-16:45

16h à 16h45

MDCL 1309

2B: Good, Better, Best! – in Peer Learning, Karen Hering (Grant MacEwan)

MDCL 3413

MDCL 1008

MDCL 1010

17:30

17h30

Buses depart to/Départ d’autobus pour la Art Gallery of Hamilton (AGH)
Stationnement McMaster University Student Centre (MUSC) Parking Lot
18:00-20:00

18h à 20h

University Librarian’s Reception/Vin d’honneur du Bibliothécaire universitaire
AGH 123 King Street West

Thursday, May 13, 2010 / le jeudi 13 mai 2010

08:15-09:30

8h15 à 9h30

Breakfast/Petit-déjeuner
CIBC Hall, 3rd floor, McMaster University Student Centre (MUSC)
09:30-10:30

9h30 à 10h30

Lightning Strikes/Présentations éclair
CIBC Hall, MUSC

  • Building Educational Video Games: Game Development for Non-Programmers, Sarah Forbes (Toronto, Scarborough)
  • “Show me the Article!”: Helping Students Understand the Library’s Role in Accessing Scholarly Information, Todd J. Wiebe, Hope College
  • Achieving Legal Research Literacy Using Blended Learning and Learning Community Strategies, Julie A. Lavigne (Ottawa)
  • The Learner-Centered Space: Designing a Digital Classroom for Information Literacy, Janet Goosney (Memorial)
  • Challenging First Year Applied Science and Engineering Students to Compete in the Amazing Library Race: Do You Have What it Takes? Michelle Baratta (Toronto)
10:30-10:45

10h30 à 10h45

Coffee Break/Pause-santé
CIBC Hall, MUSC
10:45-12:00

10h45 à 12h

Groupes de discussion Birds of a Feather Discussion Groups

CIBC Hall, MUSC

12:00-13:15

12h à 13h15

Lunch/Déjeuner

CIBC Hall (MUSC) & Patio/Terrasse

13:30-14:15

13h30 à 14h15

MDCL 1009

MDCL 1010

MDCL 3023

MDCL 1008

14:30-15:15

14h30 à 15h15

4A: Concept Mapping: Fun for Librarians, April Colosimo & Megan Fitzgibbons (McGill)

MDCL 1010

MDCL 1008

4C: Librarians and Mobile Learning: Research, Resources, Play and Design,
Chad Crichton (Toronto, Scarborough) & Robin Canuel (McGill)

MDCL 1009

MDCL 3023

15:15-15:45

15h15 à 15h45

Coffee Break/Pause-santé
MDCL Southeast Corner

15:45-16:30

15h45 à 16h30

MDCL 1110

5B: Presenting to Nobody: Connecting While Presenting Online, Brad Sietz & Susann deVries (Eastern Michigan)

MDCL 3023

MDCL 1010

5D: Turn off the GPS and Look Around: Map and Spatial Literacy in the Digital Age, Erik Dessureault (Montréal & Concordia) & Rosa Orlandini (Concordia)

MDCL 1008

16:45

16h45

Optional library tours
Leave from Registration Desk/Départ du comptoir des inscriptions

19:00

19h

Dine-arounds/Soupers-restaurants

Friday, May 14, 2010 / le vendredi 14 mai 2010

08:15-09:15

8h15 à 9h15

Breakfast/Petit-déjeuner
MDCL Southeast Corner
09:15-10:00

9h15 à 10h

6A: Designing Web 2.0 Experiences for Students, Robin Ewing & Melissa Prescott (St. Cloud State)

MDCL 1110

MDCL 1009

MDCL 1008

10:00-10:30

10h à 10h30

Coffee Break/Pause-santé
MDCL Southeast Corner

10:30-11:45

10h30 à 11h45

Health Sciences (HSC) 1A1

11:45-12:00

11h45 à 12h

Closing Remarks/Mot de la fin
HSC 1A1

12:00

12h

Boxed Lunch pickup/Déjeuner – repas à emporter
MDCL Southeast Corner
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