New England Library Instruction Group
The New England Library Instruction Group (NELIG) is a volunteer organization that sponsors events and an annual program, all of which provide a forum to showcase the innovations, talents, and lessons learned of librarians in New England and to discuss nation-wide trends in library instruction. Founded as NEBIC (New England Bibliographic Instruction Committee) in 1974, NELIG is the oldest of the ACRL | NEC interest groups.
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The NELIG Winter Meeting is a chance to put theory into practice -- we spend a morning or afternoon sharing some of the ways we have translated what we know (and are learning!) about college students & information literacy into our one-shot classroom visits.
- Do you have a tried & true lesson plan that seems to work in almost any class visit?
- Are you developing a new approach for a lesson and want a friendly audience to try it out?
Please consider submitting a proposal to the NELIG Instruction Swap. This is a low-stakes opportunity to present, get useful feedback from your peers, share your great ideas, and take a breath as the end of the Fall Term is in sight.
Call for Proposals
Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH
11:00am - 12:00pm
8:45am - 2:30pm
University of Southern Maine, Glickman Library, Portland, ME