The NOLA Information Literacy Collective (nolaILC) fosters the development of information literacy instructors and reference librarians in libraries throughout the greater New Orleans area.
The nolaILC guides the NOLA Information Literacy Forum, first held in 2012.
NOLA INFORMATION LITERACY FORUM 2022
The NOLA Information Literacy Collective (nolaILC) fosters the development of information literacy instructors, reference librarians, and library professionals in all kinds of libraries (academic, public, school, archival, and special) throughout the Greater New Orleans area. The nolaILC guides the NOLA Information Literacy Forum which was first held in 2012.
The nolaILC presents
THE INFORMATION LITERACY FORUM
Monday-Thursday, August 1-4, 2022
10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
For information about individual sessions, click here.
The Board of the NOLA Information Literacy Collective is dedicated to providing a safe and healthy conference environment. After the success of the 2020 and 2021 virtual conferences, the 2022 Forum will again be 100% virtual, making it accessible to attendees from around the world.
The New Orleans Information Literacy Collective’s annual Forum will be held Monday-Thursday, August 1-4, 2022, from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. CST* with two back-to-back presentations followed by Questions and Answers. Session details are listed below.
For more information about individual sessions, click here.
Additionally, please join us for our nolaILC PICNIC…back by popular demand:
On Thursday, August 5, immediately following the last presentation, stay online with the NOLA ILC for a virtual picnic lunch. Bring your own food and beverage and join us for networking, some online games, and informal informational literacy discussions.
***Our Speed Data-ing 2.0, Facebook LIVE event for the community is postponed until FALL 2022.***
The New Orleans Information Literacy Forum is dedicated to providing a welcoming, supportive, and comfortable space for all participants, and we will work to make it a harassment-free environment for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, age, or religion.