LACUNY Institute 2004 - Friday, May 21, 9:30am to 3:30pm

Baruch College 7th Floor Conference Center
151 East 25 Street, New York, New York

For Information, please visit the website:
http://lacuny.cuny.edu/institute/2004/

To Register, print and send the form from: http://lacuny.cuny.edu/institute/2004/registration.html
or contact Inna Shpilko at ishpilko@qc1.qc.edu or 718-997-3676


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The Teaching Library: Issues and Roadmaps

The evolution of higher education from the teaching paradigm of the past to the learning paradigm of the present calls for a redefinition of the role and duties of the academic library. What does the concept of the teaching library portend? How can libraries become participants, as well as partners, in the creation of new learning experiences and results? What partnerships will be needed? What support structures will be indispensable for success? These and related questions and issues are the focus of this year's Institute.

9:00-9:30 Registration and Refreshments
9:30-9:45 Welcoming Remarks: Arthur Downing, Assistant Vice President for Information Technology, Professor and Chief Librarian, Baruch College
9:45-10:45 Keynote: John N. Berry III, Editor-in-Chief, Library Journal,
"New Jobs for the Campus Librarian"
10:45-11:15 Break and Vendors
11:15-12:15 Keynote: Larry L. Hardesty, Library Director, Austin College, Sherman, Texas,
"Librarians and Classroom Faculty: Exploring the Future Together"
12:15-1:45 Lunch and Vendors
1:45-3:30
Panel discussion

Trudi Jacobson, Associate Professor and Coordinator of User Education Programs, University at Albany, SUNY, "Who Teaches What? Information Literacy in the Classroom"
Nancy J. Becker, Associate Professor, Division of Library and Information Science, St. John's University, "Linking Librarians and Teaching Faculty in the Pursuit of Information Literacy: The Role of Assessment and Evaluation"
Sharon Bonk, Professor and Chief Librarian, Queens College, CUNY, "Library Mission or Mission Impossible? An administratorís view of the culture, politics, and economics of librarians as classroom faculty"
Moderator: Edward Owusu-Ansah, Assistant Professor, Coordinator of Information Literacy and Library Instruction, College of Staten Island, CUNY