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A big THANK YOU to everyone who made WILU 2012 a wonderful experience. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Here’s a chance to provide some feedback. Please complete this online survey, which was also circulated in a … Continue reading
The online registration tool is now closed, and WILU 2012 will no longer be able to accept online registrations. However, those wishing to attend the conference may register on-site.
A quick reminder that WILU 2012 registration closes TODAY. See the registration page for rates and where to register.
Thank you! Our call for volunteers received an extraordinary response, and we have now recruited a team of fantastic volunteers to support the conference. We look forward to working with you in May! WILU 2012 thanks everyone who expressed interest … Continue reading
Registration is now open for WILU 2012, hosted by Grant MacEwan University Library in Edmonton, Alberta from May 23-25! Keynotes include Dr. Michael Eisenberg and Adria Vasil. Program information is available on our website. If you wish to make your … Continue reading
The conference Program is now available online. The full list of session abstracts gives detailed information on each session, while the program-at-a-glace page is a high-level overview of the schedule for the three days of the conference. Both sets of information … Continue reading
The WILU 2012 Steering Committee invites proposals to host WILU 2013. If you are interested in this exciting opportunity please see this page for more information.
The WILU Programming Committee invites proposals to be considered for presentation at WILU 2012. The conference will be held at Grant MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta on May 23-25, 2012. Please see full details on the Call for Proposals page.
WILU 2012 will be in Edmonton, Alberta, May 23-25 2012. This is the 41st Workshop for Instruction in Library Use (WILU), an annual conference that highlights the latest research, education, and innovations in the areas of information literacy, library instruction, … Continue reading