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ACRL Unconference 2009

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Thursday, March 12, 2009 Thursday, March 12, 2009

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ACRL Preconference Unconference

Contents

Schedule

(Click the blue links to read session notes)

Thursday, March 12, 2009

10am - 2:30pm

10am - 11:30pm Introduction/planning

11:30 - 12:15 Critical pedagogy

12:15 - 1:15 Lunch, Radical Reference overview

1:15 - 2pm Radical Reference work session

2pm - 2:45 Workplace issues

Posts and photos

Please add your links to this list. Tag items with rracrluncon2009. (If you have a better idea for a tagging convention, please let it be known!)

Description

As an adjunct to the ACRL conference in Seattle in March 2009, members of Radical Reference are organizing an unconference on social justice and alternative and radical collections and programs in academic libraries.


This one day preconference unconference will be held in Seattle on Thursday, March 12, 2009, ending in plenty of time for participants to get to Naomi Klein's keynote speech at the convention center at 4pm. The event will be free with a voluntary donation for food.

Logistics

Capitol Hill Branch of Seattle Public

Seattle, WA

Sign up to attend


Propose discussion topics


What to expect / Schedule


Getting there


Contact lia at lia (dot) friedman (at) gmail (dot) com or jenna at jenna (at) stealthisemail (dot) com with any questions!

Credit

The structure of this wiki, and much of the language, are based in large part on the wiki built for the 2007 Library Camp NYC, which was awesome. Thank you Stephen Francoeur and friends.