2019 Inaugural Meeting
2019 Inaugural NCLINe Meeting
Friday, December 13, 2019
James B. Hunt, Jr. Library, North Carolina State University
Free Registration, Capped at 50
Shared notes: http://bit.ly/ncline2019
8:30am - 9:00am: Check-In with light breakfast
Institute for Emerging Issues, Hunt Library, Room 4106
9:05am - 10:10am - Lightning Talks
10:15am -11:00am - Networking Hour
11:05am - 12:00pm - Deep Dive Panel: News Literacy
12:00pm - 1:00pm - Lunch provided by NC State University Libraries
1:00pm: Brief announcements, send-off
Parking & Meeting Location
Hourly parking is available in the Poulton Pay Lot, across the street from the first floor entrance to the Hunt Library, and at the Partners Way Parking Deck, at Partners Way and Varsity Drive. Parking spots are numbered, and there is a pay station that accepts debit and credit cards only (no cash). You can also pay online through ParkMobile.
We will be meeting in the Institute for Emerging Issues spaces at NC State’s Hunt Library in room 4106.
If you enter the Library on the first floor, take the elevator directly to the fourth floor. If you enter the Library on the second floor, be sure to use the elevator outside the library security gates.
Please note that final exams will still be going on at this time, and that entrance into the Library portion of the building is restricted.
We're excited to feature what we're calling a "Deep Dive" Panel of experts on an emerging literacy or pedagogy related to library instruction. This year's panel will address News Literacy. It's going to be great. Here's who we'll hear from this year:
Stephanie Willen Brown, Director of Park Library, UNC School of Media and Journalism.
Stephanie teaches news literacy skills to UNC undergraduates, K-12 students, senior citizens, and other community members, and provides news literacy teacher training for UNC faculty and North Carolina high school journalism teachers.
Lara Herzella Fountaine, Student Success and Engagement Librarian, NC State University Libraries.
Lara engages students early and throughout their time at the university, focusing on core information and data literacies as well as emerging digital and technological literacies to help students develop lifelong learning and research skills. She is currently working with colleagues to plan a 1-credit course on (Dis)Information to be offered in Spring 2020.
Rosalind Tedford, Director of Research & Instruction Services, and Hu Womack, Outreach & Instruction Librarian, both of Wake Forest University.
Roz and Hu teach a super popular elective course, LIB290, “Fake News, Junk Science, and Fact-Checking,” as well as lifelong learning classes on news literacy topics for the Wake Forest University community.
We're excited to hear from the community. Have something to say about news literacy, inclusive teaching, privacy, data literacy, primary source literacy, critical library instruction, or anything else you’d like to share with instruction librarian colleagues? Consider giving a lightning talk! Talks will be around 5-7 minutes, depending on the number of accepted proposals. We highly encourage proposals from early career librarians.
First consideration will be given to proposals submitted by November 14th. All respondents will be notified by November 22nd.