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Please note: Session slides and handouts will be posted online in June.

WILU 2012
Wednesday, May 23
7:45 – 5:00 RM 9-101 Registration & Information
9:00 – 12:00 Pre-Conference Concurrent Workshops
Library 7-202C
W1 Teaching Citation Management Tools: Which Citation Management is Right for You?
Dale Storie and Christina Hwang, University of Alberta
Library 6-201V
W2 Pattern Recognition: How a Rhetorical Approach to Sources Can Transform Information Literacy Instruction
Joel Burkholder, York College of Pennsylvania
12:00 – 1:00 RM 9-115     Paul Byrne Hall Lunch for pre-conference participants
1:00 – 1:15 Heart of the Robbins Welcome to WILU 2012 – Opening Remarks
1:15 – 2:30 Heart of the Robbins Opening Speaker Michael Eisenberg
2:30 – 3:00 Second Floor Atrium Break
3:00 – 3:45 Concurrent Sessions
RM 9-215
S1 Literature Mapping: A Visual Exercise of Advanced Information Literacy
Maura Mastesic, York University, Gina Mastesic, Wilfred Laurier University
RM 9-216
S2 Sustainable Pedagogies: Creating Video Tutorials Through Faculty-Student-Library Collaboration
Lisa Shamchuk, Cherie Anne Coffee and Sharon Bratt, Grant MacEwan University
RM 9-217
S3 “Let’s Be Direct about Assessment”: Making the Leap from Indirect Data to Direct Evidence of Student Learning
Henri Mondschein, California
RM 9-218
S4 Enhancing the Undergraduate Research Experience Through a Collaborative Model
Jorden Smith and Katherine Koch, University of Alberta
3:45 – 4:00 Second Floor Atrium Break
4:00 – 4:45 Concurrent Sessions
RM 9-215
S5 Information Literacy for Engaging Indigenous Studies Students Deborah Lee, University of Saskatchewan
Rm 9-216
S6 Open Literacy & the Problem of Access Refusal
Robyn Hall, Red Deer College
RM 9-217
S7 Designing a Sustainable Information Literacy Curriculum for Health Care Professionals in a Hospital Library Network
Yongtao Lin, Health Information Network Calgary, University of Calgary
RM 9-218
S8 Using Our Voice: Bringing a Socially Conscious Approach to Information Literacy (IL) Practice
Richard Hayman, Grant MacEwan University, Amanda Wakaruk, University of Alberta, Patti Ryan, York University, Lisa Sloniowski, York University
6:00 – 8:00 University Library Opening Reception
Thursday, May 24
7:45  – 5:00 RM 9-101 Registration & Information
8:15 – 9:30 Heart of the Robbins Breakfast
9:30 – 10:45 Lightning Strike Sessions
Heart of the Robbins
L1 Sharing Knowledge: Knowledge Mobilization & the Academic Librarian
Laura Koltutsky, University of Calgary
L2 Applying Universal Design to Information Literacy Instruction
Andrea Miller-Nesbitt, McGill University
L3 A Sampling of Post-Secondary Integrated Information Literacy Programs in BC
Jennifer Brownlow, Vancouver Island University
L4 Unshelving the Human Learning Library at Your Institution
Robyn Hall and Sona Macnaughton, Red Deer College
10:45 – 11:15 Second Floor Atrium Break
11:15 – 12:00 Concurrent Sessions
RM 9-215
S9 Engaging the Hopelessly Distracted: Using Mobile ARS in the Classroom
Christina Hwang, Tatiana Usova and Denis Lacroix, University of Alberta
RM 9-216
S10 Informed Practice: Using ACRL Information Literacy Objectives to Redirect Library Instruction
Jessica Lange and Dawn McKinnon, McGill University
RM 9-217
S11 MyResearch: Graduate Student / Librarian Collaboration for Effective Information Literacy Instruction
Eamon Duffy, Maya Kucij, Brian McMillan, and Nicole Mardis, McGill University
RM 9-218
S12 A Little Publication In Your Hands: Engaging Students With Zines Kelly McElroy, University of Iowa Libraries
12:00-1:15 Heart of the Robbins Lunch
1:15-2:00 Concurrent Sessions
RM 9-215
S13 From collaboration to co-teaching: Is co-teaching an effective method for integrating information literacy instruction into first-year composition courses?
Stephanie Bush and Chad Gusler, Eastern Mennonite University
RM 9-216
S14 Resourceful Redesign: Using Pre-Session Videos to Supplement Information Literacy Instruction
Jacalyn Bryan and Elana Karshmer, Saint Leo University
RM 9-217
S15 Choose Your Own Teaching Adventure: A Resourceful Way to Balance Content Consistency with Teaching Styles in a Library Orientation Program
Katherine Hanz and Vincci Lui, McGill University
RM 9-218
S16 Reel Life, Reel Students, Reel Experiences: Videos as  a Teaching and Learning Tool
Norda Majekodunmi, York University
2:00 – 2:15 Second Floor Atrium Break
2:15 – 3:00 Concurrent Sessions
RM 9-215
S17 Aren’t We All Trying To Do the Same Thing?: Four Alberta Post-Secondary Institutions Collaborating to Create an Information Literacy Assessment Tool
Nancy Goebel, University of Alberta, Jessica Knoch, Grant MacEwan University, Michelle Edwards Thomson, Red Deer College, Rebekah (Becky) Willson, Mount Royal University
RM 9-216
S18 Instructional Practices in Canadian Academic Libraries: Longitudinal Trends and International Comparisons
Heidi Julien, University of Alabama and Maria C. Tan, University of Alberta
RM 9-217
S19 From Research Methods to Professional Development: New Approaches to Information Literacy for Music Graduate Students in Performance
Brian McMillan and Cathy Martin, McGill University
RM 9-218
S20 Academic Uses of Google Earth and Google Maps in a Library Setting Eva Dodsworth, University of Waterloo and Andrew Nicholson, University of Toronto
3:00 -3:30 Second Floor Atrium Break
3:30 – 4:30 Heart of the Robbins Round Table Discussions
6:00 – 8:00 Various Dine Arounds
Friday, May 25
7:45 – 1:00 RM 9-101 Registration & Information
7:45 – 9:00 Heart of the Robbins Breakfast
9:00 – 9:45 Concurrent Sessions
RM 9-215
S21 Faculty Members’ Perceptions of Technology-Oriented Support by Liaison Librarians at the University of Alberta
Eileen Rose, University of Alberta
RM 9-216
S22 Authentic and Active: A Pilot Project to Assess a Large-scale Information Literacy Program
Jessica Knoch, Richard Hayman, Lisa Shamchuk and Leah Townsend, Grant MacEwan University
RM 9-217
S23 A New role in the Archives and Special Collections: The Challenge of Providing Research and Instructional Support to Graduate Students, Faculty and Other Researchers
Olga Perkovic, McMaster University
RM 9-218
S24 Developing Dispositions for Inquiry: Librarians and Faculty Working Together
Jo-Anne Naslund, Margot Filipenko, University of British Columbia
9:45 – 10:00 Second Floor Atrium Break
10:00 – 10:45 Concurrent Sessions
RM 9-215
S25 Massive! Open! Online!: Understanding MOOCs and Their Impact on Library Instruction and Services
Kevin Stranack, Simon Fraser University Library
RM 9-216
S26 Scholar For a Day: Teaching Research Methods in a Library Workshop
Alyssa Deutschler, University of Washington – Bothell and Cascadia Community College
RM 9-217
S27 Libraries and the Frontiers of Discovery (Learning)
Lindsay Johnston and Allison Sivak, University of Alberta
RM 9-218
S28 Best practices for Very Large Team Teaching: A Case Study of a Graduate Course in Health Librarianship
Trish Chatterley and Dagmara Chojecki, University of Alberta
10:45 – 11:00 Second Floor Atrium Break
11:00-12:00 RM 9-323     Kule Theatre Closing Speaker Adria Vasil
12:00-12:15 RM 9-323     Kule Theatre Closing Remarks and Announcement of WILU 2013
12:15-12:30 RM 9-323     Kule Theatre Book Signing
12:30 Second Floor Atrium
Pick up boxed lunch


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