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[Fwd: [USERSERV] Preliminary Conference Announcement]

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From: Karen Zimmerman <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To: "EDUCAUSE's User Services Constituent Group Listserv"<[log in to unmask]>

Preliminary Conference
Announcement


Powerful Learning, Powerful Partnerships

Educating the University Community in a Dynamic Information
Environment


November 11-12, 1999

University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa


A symposium sponsored by the University of Iowa Libraries and the
University of Iowa Center for Teaching




The University of Iowa Libraries is hosting a national conference on
educational strategies and programs to successfully teach faculty,
technologists, students and staff in a dynamic and ever-changing
information and technological environment. Powerful Learning, Powerful
Partnerships; Educating the University Community in a Dynamic
Information Environment will be held on November 11-12, 1999 in the
Iowa Memorial Union, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA. The UI
Libraries is well known for its innovative electronic information and
teaching facilities - the Information Arcade (Main Library) and the
Information Commons (Hardin Library for the Health Sciences). In
addition, the TWIST project (Teaching with Innovative Style and
Technology) has become a successful model for partnering between
library professionals and faculty in the incorporation of new
technologies into the curriculum. This is an opportunity for library
professionals, technologists, and faculty from a variety of academic
institutions to share their experiences and successes. The University
of Iowa Center for Teaching is co-sponsoring the symposium. Brian
Hawkins, President of EDUCAUSE and Betsy Wilson, Associate Director for
Public Services, University of Washington Libraries, are the symposium
plenary speakers.


GOALS OF THE SYMPOSIUM


The goals of Powerful Learning, Power Partnerships are to:


* Explore the value and impact of collaboration and partnerships in
research library user education programs

* Gain an understanding of the range of user education programs,
formats, strategies, audiences

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* Explore comprehensive information literacy efforts locally and from
other institutions

* Explore effective evaluation and assessment methods

* Share the University of Iowa Libraries' and other institutions'
efforts in collaborative user education


CALL FOR PAPERS


Librarians, technologists, and faculty are invited to submit
presentation (25 minute presentations) and poster session proposals
and/or request more detailed information about Powerful Learning,
Powerful Partnerships. Proposals (250 - 400 words) may be sent via
mail, e-mail or fax for the following tracks. Proposal deadline is May
1, 1999.  The proposals should include the title of your paper or
poster session, followed by the names and affiliations of the authors
and the names and addresses telephone, fax, and e-mail of the authors:


Track A -- Undergraduate User Education

Information literacy programs

Assessing user needs

Teaching the online catalog and the Internet

Student technology training

Building on K-12 foundations

Developing pre-college programs


Track B - Special Topics

User education for specialized/targeted student populations

Subject- or discipline-based user education initiatives (business,
health sciences, humanities, sciences, etc.)

User education for distance learners

Marketing user education programs and services

Computer assisted user education

Evaluation and outcomes assessment


Track C - Faculty and User Education

Developing course web pages

Faculty/librarian partnerships

Faculty technology training programs

Faculty outreach programs


To send proposals or for more information regarding the conference,
registration. or the call for papers please contact Barbara I. Dewey,
Director, Information and Research Services, University of Iowa
Libraries, Iowa City, IA 52242, mailto:[log in to unmask], (319)
335-5871 or fax: (319) 335-5900. The symposium is limited to 200
attendees due to space availability. Check the following website
periodically for updates --  http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/symposium99/
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