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Ocean’s 11 - Librarians ’22: A Conversation About the Impossibility of Staying Good at Your Job in the Information Professions
Time:
Sunday, 30/Oct/2022:
2:00pm - 3:30pm

Location: King's Garden 2, Ballroom Level, Wyndham


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Topics: Information Science Education; Information; and Learning (curriculum design; instructional resources and methods; educational program planning & technologies; e-learning; m-learning; learning analytics; knowledge co-construction, searching as learning)

Ocean’s 11 - Librarians ’22: A Conversation About the Impossibility of Staying Good at Your Job in the Information Professions

Maria Bonn1, Michael Twidale1, Noah Lenstra2, Melissa Ocepek1, Carole Palmer3

1University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; 2University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA; 3University of Washington, USA

In this interactive event, we will discuss possible futures for LIS education and 21st century librarianship, using librarianship as a case study for the rapidly changing demands for expertise across the information professions. In keeping with the conference theme of an information-resilient society, we will host and encourage conversation about the education and skills that support resilient information professionals.



 
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