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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.

 

The NOLA ILC presents:

Empowering an Inclusive Future: Public, School & Academic Librarians Working Together

Friday, July 27, 2018
10:30 am – 4:00 pm
Loyola University Monroe Library
New Orleans, LA

Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/hMITbDbiFHTpBhMh1

** PLEASE NOTE: Registration closes on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 **

This year’s (un)conference will be centered around inclusivity and empowerment in libraries – for librarians of all types and our patrons.  Sessions will be formatted as group discussions that will  work to tackle these difficult subjects, as well as brainstorm ways we, as a profession, can and should move forward.

photo of sticky notes and colored pens scrambled on table

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