The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Student Learning and Information Literacy Committee has announced the selection of Jenny Dale as one of its newest presenters for the one-day workshop, Engaging with the ACRL Framework: A Catalyst for Exploring and Expanding Our Teaching Practices. She will join the current presenter team as a partner in shaping the curriculum and presenting the workshop.
Dale is the Information Literacy Coordinator in the Department of Research, Outreach and Instruction at University Libraries, where she oversees the first-year instruction program, coordinates information literacy assessment and provides professional development training for librarian and teaching faculty colleagues. Dale also collaborates with students and faculty in the departments of Communication Studies, English, Media Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies in her role as a liaison librarian. She holds a Master of Science in Library Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
ACRL’s presenter team brings an abundance of expertise on teaching the ACRL Framework for information literacy for higher education at a time when academic librarians need it most, but their fresh voices and enthusiasm for their new roles will ensure these workshops support librarians in enriching their teaching practices for a long time to come.
The Engaging with the ACRL Framework workshop is currently offered as a “roadshow” as part of ACRL’s slate of day-long licensed workshops that can be brought to your campus, chapter or consortia at any time year-round. Contact ACRL Program Officer Chase Ollis at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.