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Presented by California School Library Association in collaboration with CUE
Friday, March 17, 2017
as part of the CUE 2017 Annual Conference in Palm Springs, CA, March 15-18, 2017
Information literacy – the ability to assess the need for information, access information sources effectively and efficiently, evaluate information for accuracy and quality, and use it appropriately – is a cross-disciplinary skill crucial for college and career readiness and a foundation for lifelong learning and informed citizenship. Distinguishing fake news from accurate, vetted sources, protecting privacy, preventing piracy, and balancing copyright protection with fair use are just a few of the key components of information literacy.
This summit, led by teacher librarians from California School Library Association (CSLA) and included in the cost of the CUE Conference registration, was designed to hone your information literacy skills with which you can empower your students. Mark Ray, the summit keynoter, is Director of Innovation and Library Services for Vancouver (WA) Public Schools and Future Ready Librarians Lead at the Alliance for Excellent Education.
All summit sessions were be held in the Palm Springs Convention Center on Friday, March 17. Links to presentation materials and a link to submit an evaluation are included below;
More CSLA/ILS Presentations at the CUE Conference included:
Thursday, 2:00pm – 3:00pm
21st Century Differentiation Hacks – Transformative Tech Use for Exceptional Learners
Presenters: Tina Johnson & Kelli Garcia Presentation Materials Evaluation Link
Room: Tapestry Room, Hilton Hotel
Thursday, 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Library Media Educators (LME) meeting
Facilitator: Glen Warren
Room: Chino, Renaissance Hotel
Saturday, 9:00am – 10:00am
Can I Use That? Exploring Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons
Presenters: Jane Lofton & Gail Desler Presentation Materials Evaluation Link
Room: Plaza Ballroom CD, Hilton Hotel
CUE Conference Site
Full CUE Schedule at 2017.cue.org