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The Innovative Library Classroom

From Thursday, June 06, 2019 -  09:00am
To Friday, June 07, 2019 - 04:00pm
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The Innovative Library Classroom is a day-long conference dedicated to the exploration of innovative practices related to teaching and learning in libraries. TILC is an experience that grew out of the regional LEO (Libraries Exchange Observation) project. LEO was originally created by instruction librarians from three southwest Virginia institutions: Radford University, Hollins University, and Virginia Tech.  The goal of the group was to promote cross-institutional peer-observation, and now includes group meetings and workshops that take place each semester. LEO includes participants from Roanoke College, Virginia Western Community College, and New River Community College. 

TILC 2019 is at William & Mary.  The preconference social, including the poster session, will be held 6 pm to 8 pm, June 6, in Swem Library. The conference will be held 9 am to 4 pm in the School of Education. 


Steering Committee

  • Candice Benjes-Small (William & Mary), co-chair
  • Jennifer Resor-Whicker (Radford University), co-chair
  • Rebecca Seipp (Hollins University), co-chair
  • Rebecca K. Miller (Penn State University), ex-officio
  • Maryke Barber (Hollins University)
  • Liz Bellamy (William & Mary)
  • Kristy Borda (William & Mary)
  • Lisa Dinkle (Radford University)
  • Julia Feerrar (Virginia Tech)
  • Alex Harrington (Tidewater Community College)
  • Megan Hodge (Virginia Commonwealth University)
  • Liz Kocevar-Weidinger (Virginia Military Institute)
  • Garrison Libby (Tidewater Community College)
  • Kate Lynch (Hampden-Sydney College)
  • Bettina Peacemaker (Virginia Commonwealth University)
  • Sherry Matis (Virginia Wesleyan University)
  • Anna Milholland (William & Mary)
  • Loftan Miller (Reynolds Community College)
  • Dora Rowe (Union Presbyterian Seminary)
  • Matthew Shelley (Christopher Newport University)
  • Jenny Stout (Virginia Commonwealth University)
  • Gardner Treneman (Randolph-Macon College)
Location William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA
Contact http://theinnovativelibraryclassroom.weebly.com/


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