Speaker: Dr. Carol Walker Jordan, Dorothy Colmer Bailey University Librarian, Everett Library, Queens University of Charlotte
June 19, 2008 at Johnson & Wales University, Charlotte, NC
Breakfast and Registration: 8am-9am in the Johnson & Wales Library
Featured Speaker Session (morning)
Learner-Centered Approaches to Instruction
Our featured presenters are ACRL Information Literacy Immersion instructors Susan Whyte, Library Director, Linfield College and Beth Woodard, Central Information Services Librarian, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Presented by: Danny Key
Don’t miss the final professional development program for 2008 presented by Danny Key. Key is the director of the Wingate University Bookstore, past president of the College Stores Association of North Carolina, and the 2008 recipient of the Aspen Award presented by the National Association of College Stores to recognize a collegiate retailer who has gone beyond the call of duty to make contributions to the professional development of others. Key’s first book, Hallelujah! Pass the Grits, a humorous and nostalgic look at growing up in the south, was recently published by Righter Publishing.
On Wednesday, December 3rd at 11:30 a.m., we’ll be meeting at The Art Institute of Charlotte for an interactive presentation on four types of work personas and how to understand and use them to improve communication with your colleagues. Register now for this engaging speaker who entertains as well as informs! We’ll also be announcing and introducing the 2009 Metrolina Library Association Board of Directors and soliciting input for next year’s events.
The registration fee includes parking and a fabulous three-course gourmet plated lunch. Artisan Green Salads will be followed by Pan Roasted Local Organic Chicken Supreme, Cold Smoked and Pan-Seared Atlantic Salmon, or Roasted Mushroom Ravioli for the main course, and Flourless Chocolate Cake or Warm Apple and Frangipane Tart for dessert.