Gale Burrow (Claremont Colleges), Nancy Getty (Glendale Community College), Maryann Hight (Soka), Angelynn King (University of Redlands), Lynn Lampert (CSU Northridge), Judy Lee (UC Riverside), Deborah Moore (Glendale Community College), Debbi Renfrow (UC Riverside), Melanie Remy (USC), Chisa Uyeki (CSU Los Angeles) Amy Wallace (CSU Channel Islands), and Emily Woolery (Mt. SAC).
I. Welcome and Introductions
The group welcomed Maryann Hight from Soka University.
II. Agenda Approval/Adjustment
Immersion and LOEX added to continuing business. Spring Program added to new business.
Minutes were approved electronically and will be sent to Duffy Tweedy to post on the website.
IV. Continuing Business
A. 2004 California Regional Immersion
Lynn Lampert requested that everyone who turned in receipts for Immersion send her a copy for SCIL records. All have been reimbursed this is just for our own records.
B. LOEX 2007
Deb Moore has emailed LOEX to get additional information on our responsibilities and needed facilities. She has also emailed San Diego people to see who would be interested in exploring potential sites for the conference.
Gale Burrow announced that there were two candidates for each SCIL position, and handed around the slate. Angelynn King withdrew her name from the Secretary position. The board approved the slate as amended. Candidates will be asked to submit a brief bio and statement of concern by November 1.
D. SCIL Works
Melanie Remy announced that the committee has received nine proposals, and is currently voting on which proposals to accept. Some may be good as panels or posters so that committee may offer presenters those options. Sessions will be 50 minutes. Melanie will talk to Tracey Mayfield about the logistics of doing four breakout sessions and doing poster sessions before and/or after the breakout sessions. Registration deadline will be January 7th, so all registrations must be postmarked by that date. Registration receipts will be posted to the website. Cost will be approximately 7.50 for students, 15.00 for CARL, and $20.00 for non-members. Tracey Mayfield will coordinate food and parking. The agenda will be posted to the website as soon as it is ready. Debbi Renfrow will advertise the event on the typical listservs. We will advertise the ACRL Pre-Con at SCIL Works. Remind presenters to bring extra handouts and cards for people unable to attend their sessions
9:00-9:30 Registration, Welcome and Poster Sessions
9:45-10:35 Session 1
10:50-11:40 Session 2
11:55-12:45 Session 3
1:00 More time for posters
There was talk of doing a SCIL works proceedings in print or electronic form. The board thought starting with an electronic version first might be easier. Participants will be asked to sign a presentation and electronic proceedings release. Amy Wallace will create the release, and will work with Duffy Tweedy on creating a space for an electronic proceeding on the SCIL Website. One model might be:
Teaching Information Literacy Concepts: Activities and Frameworks from the Field. Pittsburgh: Library Instruction Publications (2001.) Jacobson, Trudi, and Timothy Gatti, eds.
E. 2005 Meeting Dates/Locations
Dec 10 CSULB
Jan 28 TBA (San Diego Mesa?)
March 11 TBA (San Diego Mesa, CSULA, Mt. SAC?)
April 22 TBA (Mt SAC?)
V. New Business
A. SCIL Works LOGO
Deb Moore passed around the four SCIL Works Logos created by Duffy Tweedy. The board voted to select the logo with a pencil in it.
B. Spring Program
The group brainstormed ideas for the Spring Program.
- Scholarship of teaching and learning - writing grants, proposals, articles, etc. Also, what are the higher education issues that impact IL?
- Grant writing (there's a Grantsmanship Center in LA)
- Service on campus committees informs IL work. Also we might
discuss what non-library conferences we might attend.
- Maybe a panel discussion talking about different aspects of some of the above.
Other ideas to keep in mind:
- We should keep activities for a future book we could publish (ex: good 50 minute sessions, etc. Also need to think about getting permission from presenters for this kind of thing.
- Make a poster about what SCIL is, what programs we do, special programs coming up like LOEX, etc.
- We could get involved with UCLA and SJSU/Fullerton library schools for instruction things.
VI. Round Robin
CSU Channel hosted an information literacy summit for Ventura County, which brought together teams from local high schools, community colleges, and CSU Channel Islands. The goals were to examine the state of information literacy in Ventura County, identify information literacy gaps within and across institutions in Ventura County, identify potential information literacy collaborations within and across institutions in Ventura County, and identify needed educational opportunities in the area of information literacy for institutions in Ventura County. The goals were accomplished and the enthusiasm for the event far exceeded our expectations.
The next meeting will be Friday December 10 at CSU Long Beach.
Recorded by Amy Wallace