IL Task Force Meeting Agenda
1) Decide which portions of past GIG reports should be continued in our report.
2) Start brainstorming. Everyone should come to the meeting with at least two technology-based ideas that support research, outreach, infolit, etc that you would love to see implemented in the library. Feel free to think big, look to the future, and suggest ideas that may even seem nutty (i.e. – pretend there are no boundaries to what we can feasibly do and share what you would really love to see).
Feel free to post your ideas in the blog by adding a comment here: http://iltaskforce.wordpress.com/tag/brainstorming/
3) Discuss the possibility of defining categories, organizing, giving structure, etc to our charge. I’ve taken a stab at this. Take a look and we can discuss at the meeting:
Enhance Information Literacy by Utilizing Educational Technologies
Question: What educational technologies can enhance and support information literacy and student learning?
Expand the Library’s Outreach and Collaborate with Teaching Faculty
Question: How can we effectively encourage faculty to integrate information literacy into learning outcomes and the curriculum?
Expand the Library’s Outreach and Collaborate with Technology Staff Across Campus
Question: How can we strengthen communication and collaboration among various campus technology partners (ITS, pICT, and others)?
Assess the Success of our Efforts
Question: How can we assess our efforts to enhance information literacy with educational technologies, encourage faculty to integrate infolit into the curriculum, and the strength of our collaborations.
4) If time allows, we may discuss a list of people our group should meet with and how.