LOEX Annual Conference LOEX 2008 May 1-3 Oak Brook, Illinois
Librarian as Architect: Planning, Building & Renewing
LOEX 2008 hosted by the Illinois LOEX Committee, a collaborative project


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Thanks for a great conference in 2008! We look forward to seeing you in Albuquerque, NM, April 30-May 2, 2009.


Breakout, interactive, and poster session handouts and presentations from 2008 are posted here as we receive them.

The Illinois LOEX Committee invites you to the 36th Annual LOEX Conference.

May 1-3, 2008
Doubletree Chicago-Oakbrook Hotel
Oak Brook, Illinois
(In Chicago’s western suburbs)

This year's theme explores the instruction librarian's multiple roles in planning, building, and renewing instruction and information literacy programs. Instruction librarians are designers in the process of continuously drafting structural programs for information literacy. Successful programs are built based upon the work flow of information in the planning stages, the project team’s ability to collaborate, technical expertise and cohesiveness. Project completion centers on the reflection of both the practical and aesthetic structures to meet the needs of target audiences. Often, it is necessary to restructure based on technology and demands. This conference will provide innovative and unique sketches to build or renew your program.

       

 

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