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  • On behalf of the Community & Technical College Information Literacy Proclamation Committee The  National Forum on Information Literacy (NFIL) has launched a campaign to create Information Literacy Awareness Proclamations in all 50 states.  Governors in twenty three states and one U.S. territory have issued IL Proclamations – we would like to see Washington State join this group! As stated by NFIL: “As a member of the 21st century workforce skills movement, the practice of information literacy nurtures the development of a critical skill set needed so that any learner and/or worker can thrive and compete effectively in today’s global digital economy.  As we move further into the 21st century, we are convinced that information literacy will become the standard-bearer for academic ...
    Posted Jun 23, 2014, 4:44 PM by Clams Librarian
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Copyright & OER Standing Committee

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    Posted Jul 24, 2014, 2:32 PM by Clams Librarian
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  • 2014 Spring Conference Notes By Andrea Gillaspy from Lower Columbia CollegeQuick Thoughts, from Bellingham Technical College – they got a grant for digital literacy, which has allowed them to create a suite of 1 ...
    Posted Jun 13, 2014, 12:03 PM by Ben DeCrease
  • Keynote by Andrew Hersh-Tudor "Librarians have been campus change leaders for decades. They were among the first professionals to use computer networks to provide access to information. Where did computers, fax machines, CD-ROM ...
    Posted Jun 12, 2014, 8:01 PM by Rowena McKernan
  • National Network of Libraries of Medicine By Patricia Devine ~ NNLM-PNW Region Health Sciences Library and Information Center The National Network of Libraries of Medicine, which is part of the National Library of Medicine, is working ...
    Posted Jun 13, 2014, 12:01 PM by Ben DeCrease
  • C’est fantastique! Impressions of Ex Libris’ 2014 Technical Seminar By Heather Jean Uhl  ~ Everett Community CollegeI was fortunate to attend the 2013 CLAMS conference, otherwise I wouldn’t have heard Dale Burke’s enthusiastic recount of the 2013 ...
    Posted Jun 13, 2014, 11:25 AM by Ben DeCrease
  • Introducing our 2014 Scholarship Winner, Shardé Milles !! By: Shardé Milles This is my first year as a professional librarian working at a community college and university. One of my main goals and contributions this year has been ...
    Posted Jun 13, 2014, 11:59 AM by Ben DeCrease
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