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Through a partnership with ELIME-21, we organized a series of seminars focused on global information issues featuring speakers from all over the world. These sessions were recorded and can be viewed below.

 

Adventures in International Librarianship: Living and Working Outside of the United States


 Basics of Information Literacy Assessment

Recording available here: http://corp.credoreference.com/images/lt_seminars/basics_of_il_assessment_morning_session.wmv

Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/LauraWarren/basics-of-information-literacy-assessment-16122532


 Digitization 101


 Free Online Technologies for Teaching and Learning


 Aligning Information Literacy Outcomes with Institutional Goals


Our online seminar series is one of the major components of Libraries Thriving. As a part of this ongoing series, we have library professionals with varying experiences join us to share their best practices around e-resource promotion and information literacy innovation. Review all of our recordings of past sessions in the Archives.  

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