June 10, 2016

Event Title

Roundtable: Professional Degrees and Critical Pedagogy, Too High For Us to Climb?

Start Date

6-10-2016 10:45 AM

End Date

6-11-2016 11:45 AM

Description

We will explore the intersections of critical librarianship and our instructional practices as librarians supporting professional degree programs such as engineering, accounting, or nursing. Topics of discussion will include connections between professional education, critical theory, critical information literacy, and critical pedagogy. The focus of the session will be a roundtable discussion with time for librarians to explore surrounding issues. Facilitators will include librarians from a large midwestern university, a large west coast university, and two small regional campuses of west coast universities.

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Jun 10th, 10:45 AM Jun 11th, 11:45 AM

Roundtable: Professional Degrees and Critical Pedagogy, Too High For Us to Climb?

We will explore the intersections of critical librarianship and our instructional practices as librarians supporting professional degree programs such as engineering, accounting, or nursing. Topics of discussion will include connections between professional education, critical theory, critical information literacy, and critical pedagogy. The focus of the session will be a roundtable discussion with time for librarians to explore surrounding issues. Facilitators will include librarians from a large midwestern university, a large west coast university, and two small regional campuses of west coast universities.