Georgia Conference on Information Literacy

I had a paper on blogging accepted a few days ago for the Georgia Conference on Information Literacy. I’ve just been to busy to mention it. The conference looks pretty cool. Instead of a short 20-minute presentation, it looks like they will be scheduling sessions of one to two hours (depending on the presenter’s needs, etc), allowing for a much more in-depth discussion of pedagogical stratgies. I’ll talk more about the direction of my presentation as it develops.

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  1. Dennis G. Jerz Said,

    March 30, 2004 @ 6:25 pm

    I’ve had a paper accepte there, too… and am similarly surprised by the generous amount of time offered. My topic is emerging genres and academic publication.

  2. chuck Said,

    March 30, 2004 @ 8:00 pm

    Dennis, glad to know that a fellow blogger will be in attendance. Looking forward to hearing your talk.

  3. chuck Said,

    April 2, 2004 @ 2:08 pm

    Here is a blog entry from Many-to-Many that might help to frame some of the questions you want to address at the conference in October.

    Here’s the URL or just click your name for a direct link (you really need to install MT at school).

    http://www.corante.com/many/archives/2004/04/01/thoughts_on_academic_blogging_msr_breakout_session_notes.php#more

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