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LILi: Lifelong Information Literacy 2021 Conference

LILi Conference 2021

 

Conference Theme: What You Don’t Know & Are Afraid to Ask: Teaching Ourselves & Others

When:  Friday, July 9, 2021 tentative time 10 am - 3:30 pm PDT HELP: Time Converter

Where: Virtual via Zoom

Join us on social with #LILiConf2021

 

The conference theme, What You Don’t Know & Are Afraid to Ask: Teaching Ourselves & Others, is about examining and reflecting on who we are as teachers, learners, or any stakeholder in that relationship through time, space, format (online, in person, hybrid), and location such as: in community, in the home, at the institution, in the streets, and in our learning journeys. As we know, teaching/learning is a relationship that is dynamic and multifaceted. This conference will explore and include discussion about what it means “to educate”, “to learn”, and the process of learning including where we learn, how we learn, what we learn, do not learn, unlearn, re-learn and beyond.

See LILi Community Agreements Draft for how we are trying to create an inclusive, respectful, and actively engaging environment for all of our virtual and in-person events.

 

For questions contact

LILi Chair, Eva Rios-Alvarado at eriosalvarado@mtsac.edu or LILi Vice-Chair, Liz Cheney at elizabeth.cheney@csun.edu 

LILi is committed to providing universal access to all of our events. For disability accommodations (e.g. sign language interpreters, additional formats) please contact the above organizers as soon as possible.