Library Instruction Leadership ACademy (LILAC) 2013
The Rochester Regional Library Council, in partnership with librarians from across Western NY, is proud to present the Library Instruction Leadership Academy (LILAC). Library instruction is an essential component of many library positions and few library degree programs require coursework in information literacy instruction. The goal of LILAC is to fill this gap for new librarians and those currently working in the field.
LILAC is a semester-long intensive learning experience including a variety of workshops, field experience, observations, assigned readings, reflection, discussions, and a final instruction presentation. It is intended for newer instruction librarians who would like to learn to be more effective teachers in the library/classroom, but we feel veteran librarians could also benefit.
RRLC is proud to present the Library Instruction Leadership ACademy 2013
greatest hits video! Check it out on the RRLCchannel on YouTube:
We are so proud of all of the LILAC attendees and
the dedicated planning group and talented presenters who came together
to make LILAC such a success this year! Thanks to everyone who
contributed to this wonderful program!
For those who were unable to participate in LILAC
this year, take heart. We hope to repeat LILAC again in the future,
although we don't have a date in mind at this point.