The Information Literacy Life Cycle of Litetia

The VALE Shared Information Literacy Committee is pleased to present a one day program on Thursday June 25, 2009 at Brookdale Community College, Lincroft (NJ). Bookings can be made online at:

“The Information Literacy Life Cycle of Litetia”

“Litetia” is a very lucky girl as she has been exposed to information literacy from an early age. Come and find out what Litetia has learned from librarians at elementary school through to a four year college. As well as hearing about Litetia’s information literacy experiences, you will also get the opportunity to plan how you might develop more students like Litetia in a perfect world.

10:00       Registration and Coffee

10:30       Welcome and Introduction

10:45       Litetia at Prospect Park Elementary School – Claire Houghton-Kiel

11:15       Litetia at Randolph Middle School – Diana Rodriguez

11:45       Litetia at North Hunterdon High School – Martha Hickson

12:15       Lunch

1:00        Litetia at the County College of Morris – Lynee Richel

1:30        Litetia at the New Jersey Institute of Technology – Heather Huey

2:00        Group work to develop an information literacy plan through the educational stages

3:00        Feedback from groups

3:30        Close

Cost – $15 per person (including lunch). Bookings can be made online at:

Please book by June 19. For more information, contact Jacqui DaCosta (E:; P: 609-771-2418)

Jacqui DaCosta,

Information Literacy Librarian,

The College of New Jersey

PO Box 7718

Ewing, NJ 08628-0718, U.S.A.

Tel: 609-771-2418

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