Southern Food Culture & Politics @ ALA

Southern Food Culture and Politics 2018

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Programming for ALA Annual : Fake News

PPIRS will host this needed discussion on Fake News- come on out and participate!

PPIRS Member?
Attending Annual?
Appalled by “Fake News”?

Come to the PPIRS Plan for Excellence Discussion Session:

Techniques and Approaches:
Librarians on Information Credibility and “Fake News”

10:30-11:30Saturday, June 23 
Sheraton New Orleans, Rm Bayside C 

This session will help librarians of all types to discuss, share and receive feedback on their approaches to the key current topics of information credibility and fake news.

Topics will include classroom pedagogy, LibGuides and other web resources, and innovative techniques and approaches in all areas. This will contribute to PPIRS’s ACRL Plan for Excellence in the Student Learning focus.

We are soliciting a small group of librarians to give brief presentations at the beginning of this session as a means of stimulating discussion. If you feel you have an approach that others might find interesting, or a problem in this area you’d like to solve, contact David Schwieder, PPIRS Chair, at dschwieder@uflib.ufl.edu

Protest and Preservation Program Recording Available

You can now access a recording of PPIRS’ 2017 Annual Program at ALA:

More about the program:

The panelists will explore the preservation of knowledge generated through social activism, including textual and non-textual knowledge, providing examples and explaining theoretical issues related to each. A variety of perspectives will be represented on the panel, including that of a political philosopher who has written about the preservation of non-textual knowledge, a librarian who has worked on a social activism collection, and a filmmaker who has documented the social activism of LGBT communities. For more information, please refer to the following guide: http://libguides.naz.edu/protest. This ANSS/PPIRS program is co-sponsored in-name only by the GLBT Round Table.

Full conference registrants can access the recordings for free.   You will need to log into the site to access the mp3.