Monthly Archives: December 2007

Mind, Brain, and Experience: At the Intersections of Philosophy, Science, and Medicine

April 10-11, 2008
Denver, Colorado

hosted by

University of Colorado Denver Department of Philosophy with support from University of Colorado President’s Fund for the Humanities and University of Colorado Center for Bioethics and Humanities

“Mind, Brain, and Experience: At the Intersections of Philosophy, Science,
and Medicine” is a two-day, interdisciplinary conference intended to bring
together scholars, researchers, medical practitioners, and professionals
from various disciplines for the purpose of exploring the relation between
mind and brain, the manifestation of this relation in experience, and the
implications of respective views of this relation for medical practice,
social policy, and the future of our culture more generally. We encourage
submissions from all related fields including but not limited to philosophy,
psychology, psychiatry, neurochemistry, neurobiology, neurology, general
medical practice, cognitive science, computer science, and artificial

Keynote addresses will be given by Richard Grandy, Ph.D., Carolyn and Fred
McManis Professor of Philosophy at Rice University and Mark Johnson, Ph.D.,
Knight Professor of the Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of

Substantial abstracts (500-800 words) of presentations or papers of
approximately 20 minute reading or presentation length are requested by
January 21, 2008. Papers and presentations should be accessible by a broad
scholarly audience. Abstracts should be prepared for blind review. Please
include one file including title and author information, titled “AUTHOR
INFORMATION,” and one file including the title and anonymous abstract,
titled “ABSTRACT.” Submissions should be saved in Word format (.doc),
rich text format (.rtf), or Adobe format (.pdf). Please place “MIND
SUBMISSION” in the subject line of your message.

Email submissions by January 21, 2008, to:

Email inquiries to:

Conference coordinators:

Candice Shelby, Ph.D. and Kim Garchar, Ph.D.

Department of Philosophy

University of Colorado Denver

P.O. Box 173364, Campus Box 179

Denver, CO 80217-3364




August 14-16, 2008
Stanford University, California, USA
Cognitive Computers and Computational Intelligence

Cognitive Informatics (CI) is a cutting-edge and transdisciplinary research
area that tackles the fundamental problems shared by modern informatics,
computing, AI, cybernetics, cognitive science, computational intelligence,
neuropsychology, medical science, systems science, software engineering,
knowledge engineering, philosophy, linguistics, economics, management
science, and life sciences. CI is a transdisciplinary enquiry on the
internal information processing mechanisms and processes of the natural
intelligence – human brains and minds – and their engineering applications
in computing and ICT industries. The 7th IEEE International Conference on
Cognitive Informatics (ICCI’08) focuses on the theme of Cognitive Computers
and Computational Intelligence.


Original papers are invited from multidisciplinary perspectives on subject
areas including, but not limited to, the following:

* Abstraction and means
* Autonomic agent systems
* Autonomic computing
* Artificial intelligence
* Bioinformatics
* Biosignal cognition and processing
* Concept algebra
* Cognitive complexity of software
* Cognitive computers
* Cognitive linguistics
* Cognitive models of the brain
* Cognitive processes of the brain
* Computational intelligence
* Decision theories
* Denotational mathematics
* Distributed intelligence
* Emotions/motivations/attitudes
* Ergonomics
* Functional models of the brain
* Fuzzy/rough sets/logic
* Gene analysis and expression
* Human factors in systems
* Hybrid (AI/NI) intelligence
* Imperative vs. autonomous computing
* Informatics foundations of software engineering
* Informatics laws of software
* Informatics models of the brain
* Intelligent foundations of computing
* Intelligent Internet
* Internal information processing mechanisms
* Internal knowledge representation
* Knowledge engineering
* knowledge processors
* Language acquisition
* Machine learning
* Memory models
* Models of knowledge and skills
* Nature of software
* Neural models of memory
* Neuroinformatics
* Neural signal interpretation
* Neuropsychology
* Neuroscience foundations of information processing
* Novel computing methodologies and architectures
* Pattern recognition
* Perception and consciousness
* Problem solving
* Process algebra
* Reasoning and inferences
* Sensational cognitive processes
* System algebra
* Theories of natural intelligence
* Visual information representation
* Web contents cognition

Further details can be found at:


An electronic copy of paper in PDF format in English should be submitted via by Feb. 1, 2008 with detailed information
of author(s). Full papers should be around 10 pages in length in IEEE double
column format as posted in the web site. Short papers (5-6 pages) that
report industrial experience, case studies, work in progress, or graduate
students’ research may also be considered. The proceedings of ICCI’08 will
be published by IEEE CS Press and Indexed by EI. Selected papers will be
published in the International Journal of Cognitive Informatics and Natural
Intelligence (IJCINI,, IEEE TSMC, or
other related journals.


Workshop/Session Proposal: Jan. 21, 2008
Full paper submission due: Feb. 1, 2008
Notification of acceptance: April 1, 2008
Camera-ready copy due: May 1, 2008
Conference presentation: August 14-16, 2008

Prof. Jean-Claude Latombe (Stanford Univ.)
Prof. Yingxu Wang (Calgary Univ.)
Prof. Witold Kinsner (Univ. of Manitoba)

Prof. Yingxu Wang (Canada)
Prof. Du Zhang (USA)


Yingxu Wang, PhD, Prof., P.Eng, F.WIF, SMIEEE, MACM
Professor of Software Engineering and Cognitive Informatics
Director, Theoretical and Empirical Software Engineering Research Center
Director, International Center for Cognitive Informatics (ICfCI)
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Shulich School of Engineering
University of Calgary
2500 University Drive, NW
Calgary, AB, Canada T2N 1N4
Tel: (403) 220 6141
Fax: (403) 282 6855
Editor-in-Chief, The International Journal of Cognitive Informatics and
Natural Intelligence (IJCiNi)
Editor-in-chief, CRC Book Series in Software Engineering
Banff International Winter School on Foundations of Software Engineering
Latest Book: Software Engineering Foundations: A Software Science
Perspective (1,488pp.)


CALL FOR PAPERS and Call For Workshop Proposals

The 2008 World Congress in Computer Science,
Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing
July 14-17, 2008, Las Vegas, USA

(composed of 25 Joint Conferences)

ACADEMIC SPONSORS: Research labs at Harvard University, UCLA,
Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Texas at Austin,
University of Iowa, and others (see below).

You are invited to submit a paper (and/or a proposal to organize
a session/workshop). All accepted papers will be published in the
respective conference proceedings.

The 2008 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering,
and Applied Computing (WORLDCOMP’08) is composed of the following
25 conferences (all will be held simultaneously, same location
and dates: July 14-17, 2008, USA):

o BIOCOMP’08: The 2008 International Conference on Bioinformatics
and Computational Biology

o CDES’08: The 2008 International Conference on Computer Design

o CGVR’08: The 2008 International Conference on Computer Graphics
and Virtual Reality

o CIC’08: The 2008 International Conference on Communications in

o CSC’08: The 2008 International Conference on Scientific Computing

o DMIN’08: The 2008 International Conference on Data Mining

o EEE’08: The 2008 International Conference on e-Learning,
e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government

o ERSA’08: The 2008 International Conference on Engineering of
Reconfigurable Systems and Algorithms

o ESA’08: The 2008 International Conference on Embedded Systems
and Applications

o FCS’08: The 2008 International Conference on Foundations of
Computer Science

o FECS’08: The 2008 International Conference on Frontiers in
Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering

o GCA’08: The 2008 International Conference on Grid Computing and

o GEM’08: The 2008 International Conference on Genetic and
Evolutionary Methods

o ICAI’08: The 2008 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence

o ICOMP’08: The 2008 International Conference on Internet Computing

o ICWN’08: The 2008 International Conference on Wireless Networks

o IKE’08: The 2008 International Conference on Information and
Knowledge Engineering

o IPCV’08: The 2008 International Conference on Image Processing,
Computer Vision, and Pattern Recognition

o ITSL’08: The 2008 International Conference on Information Theory
and Statistical Learning

o MLMTA’08: The 2008 International Conference on Machine Learning;
Models, Technologies and Applications

o MSV’08: The 2008 International Conference on Modeling, Simulation
and Visualization Methods

o PDPTA’08: The 2008 International Conference on Parallel and
Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications

o SAM’08: The 2008 International Conference on Security and Management

o SERP’08: The 2008 International Conference on Software Engineering
Research and Practice

o SWWS’08: The 2008 International Conference on Semantic Web and
Web Services

(a link to each conference’s URL can be found at

General Co-Chair and Coordinator:

H. R. Arabnia, PhD
Professor, Computer Science
Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Supercomputing (Springer)
Vice President, Int’l Society of Intelligent Biological Medicine
The University of Georgia
Department of Computer Science
415 Graduate Studies Research Center
Athens, Georgia 30602-7404, USA

Tel: (706) 542-3480
Fax: (706) 542-2966


This set of joint conferences is the largest annual gathering of
researchers in computer science, computer engineering and applied
computing. Many of the 25 joint conferences in WORLDCOMP are the
premier conferences for presentation of advances in their respective
fields. We anticipate to have 2,600 or more attendees from over 80
countries participating in the 2008 joint conferences.

The motivation is to assemble a spectrum of affiliated research
conferences into a coordinated research meeting held in a common
place at a common time. The main goal is to provide a forum for
exchange of ideas in a number of research areas that interact. The
model used to form these annual conferences facilitates communication
among researchers from all over the world in different fields of
computer science, computer engineering and applied computing. Both
inward research (core areas of computer science and engineering) and
outward research (multi-disciplinary, inter-disciplinary, and
applications) will be covered during the conferences.

WORLCOMP’08 will be composed of research presentations, keynote
lectures, invited presentations, tutorials, panel discussions, and
poster presentations. In recent past, keynote and/or tutorial
included: Prof. Michael J. Flynn (Stanford U.); Prof. John H. Holland
(U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor); Prof. H. J. Siegel (Colorado State U.);
Prof. Barry Vercoe (MIT); Prof. Ruzena Bajcsy (U. of California,
Berkeley); Prof. David Cheriton (Stanford U.), Prof. A. K. Dunker
(Indiana U. and Purdue U.); Prof. Jun Liu (Harvard U.); Dr. Jim
(developer of X Window, …); Dr. Chris Rowen (President and CEO,
Tensilica, Inc.); and many other distinguished speakers.


Prospective authors are invited to submit their draft paper
(about 5 to 7 pages – single space, font size of 10 to 12) to
H. R. Arabnia by Feb. 25, 2008. email submissions in MS document
or PDF formats are preferable (Fax or postal submissions are also
fine.) All reasonable typesetting formats are acceptable (later,
the authors of accepted papers will be asked to follow a particular
typesetting format to prepare their papers for publication.)

The length of the Camera-Ready papers (if accepted) will be limited
to 7 (IEEE style) pages. Papers must not have been previously
published or currently submitted for publication elsewhere. The
first page of the draft paper should include: title of the paper,
name, affiliation, postal address, email address, and telephone
number for each author. The first page should also identify the
name of the Contact Author and a maximum of 5 topical keywords that
would best represent the content of the paper. Finally, the name
of the conference that the paper is being submitted to must be
stated on the first page.

Papers will be evaluated for originality, significance, clarity,
impact, and soundness. Each paper will be refereed by two experts
in the field who are independent of the conference program committee.
The referees’ evaluations will then be reviewed by two members of
the program committee who will recommend a decision to the chair of
the track that the paper has been submitted to. The chair will make
the final decision. Lastly, the Camera-Ready papers will be reviewed
by one member of the program committee.


Each session will have at least 6 paper presentations from
different authors (12 papers in the case of workshops). The
session chairs will be responsible for all aspects of their
sessions; including, soliciting papers, reviewing, selecting, …
The names of session chairs will appear as Associate Editors in
the conference proceedings and on the cover of the books.

Proposals to organize sessions should include the following
information: name and address (+ email) of proposer, title of
session, a 100-word description of the topic of the session,
the name of the conference the session is submitted for
consideration, and a short description on how the session will
be advertised (in most cases, session proposers solicit papers
from colleagues and researchers whose work is known to the
session proposer). email your proposal to H. R. Arabnia (address
is given above). We would like to receive the proposals by
January 16, 2008.


Jan. 16, 2008: Proposals for organizing/chairing
Feb. 25, 2008: Submission of papers (about 5 to 7 pages)
March 25, 2008: Notification of acceptance
April 25, 2008: Camera-Ready papers and Registration due
July 14-17, 2008: The 2008 World Congress in Computer Science,
Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing
(WORLDCOMP’08 – 25 joint conferences)


The Program Committee includes members of chapters of World Academy
of Science (chapters: supercomputing; scientific computing; AI;
imaging science; databases; simulation; software engineering;
embedded systems; internet and web technologies; communications;
computer security; and bioinformatics.) The Program Committee for
individual conferences is currently being formed. Those interested
in joining the Program Committee should email H. R. Arabnia
( the following information: Name, affiliation
and position, complete mailing address, email address, a short
biography together with research interests and the name of the
conference offering to help with.
Many who have already joined the committees of individual tracks
are renowned leaders, scholars, researchers, scientists and
practitioners of the highest ranks; many are directors of research
laboratories, fellows of various societies, heads/chairs of
departments, deans and provosts.


The conferences will be held in the Monte Carlo hotel, Las Vegas,
Nevada, USA (with any overflows at other near-by hotels). This is
a mega hotel with excellent conference facilities and over 3,000
rooms. It is minutes from the airport with 24-hour shuttle
service to and from the airport. This hotel has many recreational
attractions, including: waterfalls, spa, pools, sunning decks, Easy
River, wave pool, lighted tennis courts, health spa, nightly shows,
a number of restaurants, … The negotiated room rate for
conference attendees is very reasonable. The hotel is within
walking distance from most other attractions (recreational
destinations, Golf courses, …)

SPONSORS: (this is a partial list)

Academic Co-sponsors include:
– Computational Biology and Functional Genomics Laboratory,
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
– Horvath Laboratory, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA),
– BioMedical Informatics & Bio-Imaging Laboratory, Georgia Institute
of Technology and Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
– Intelligent Data Exploration and Analysis Laboratory, University of
Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA
– Center for the Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics,
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
– Hawkeye Radiology Informatics, Department of Radiology,
College of Medicine, University of Iowa, Iowa, USA
– Medical Image HPC & Informatics Lab (MiHi Lab), University of Iowa,
Iowa, USA
– The University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota, USA
– International Society of Intelligent Biological Medicine
– Institute for Informatics Problems of the Russian Academy of
Sciences, Moscow, Russia.
Other Co-sponsors:
– NIIT Technologies
– High Performance Computing for Nanotechnology (HPCNano)
– International Technology Institute (ITI)
– GridToday
– HPCwire
– Hodges’ Health (H2CM), UK


May 16-28, 2008

2nd Annual Women’s Symposium and Study Program OUR VISION FOR WOMEN IN A
GLOBAL SOCIETY Shanghai, Sias International University, Zhengzhou, and Henan Province

Call for Papers Deadline: January 7th for U.S. Papers/December 14 for Chinese Papers

Transitioning to Womenhood
Women’s Health
Women and Leadership
Working Women
The Evolution of Life Skills
Women in a Global Society

Visiting and interacting with women in Urban, University and Rural China

For details on submitting a paper or registering go to our website at

Jerrie Ueberle, President
Global Interactions Inc.

ALT-C 2008: Rethinking the digital divide

9-11 September 2008, Leeds, UK

First call for papers and abstracts

The online submission system for ALT-C 2008 is now open:

Please read the submission guidelines for Research Papers and for Abstracts –– and download the Research Paper Template if you wish to submit a
research paper.

Submit your proposal on the new submission system at

Key dates:
Submissions open 14 December 2007
Submissions close 28 February 2008
Presenters’ registration deadline: 6 June 2008
Early bird registration deadline: 30 June 2008
Registrations close: 15 August 2008

Keynote speakers:
David Cavallo, Chief Learning Architect for One Laptop per Child, and
Head of the Future of Learning Research Group at MIT Media Lab;
Dr Itiel Dror, Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Neuroscience at the
University of Southampton;
Hans Rosling, Professor of International Health, Karolinska Institute,
Sweden, and Director of the Gapminder Foundation.

To sponsor ALT-C 2008 contact Seb Schmoller, Chief Executive of ALT,

To exhibit at ALT-C 2008 contact Hayley Willis, Events Administrator,

ALT-C 2008: Rethinking the digital divide
9-11 September 2008, Leeds, England

People Transforming Information – Information Transforming People

People Transforming Information – Information Transforming People
October 24-29, 2008 Hyatt Regency, Columbus, OH

Complete Call: HTTP://WWW.ASIS.ORG/Conferences/am08/AM08cfp.HTML

ASIS&T 2008 will focus on how people transform information as well as how information
transforms people. Submissions by researchers and practitioners are solicited on a
wide range of human-centered approaches to topics.

Contributed papers
The submission of original, recent, formally conducted research and projects,
theoretical developments, or innovative practical applications is encouraged.
Accepted papers will be published in the digital conference proceedings.

Contributed posters/short papers
Two types of posters/short papers are encouraged. Contributed research posters
present new and promising work or preliminary results of research projects.
Contributed best practices posters present the results of design projects,
practical implementations or industry innovations. The final version of these short
papers will be published in the digital conference proceedings. During the
conference, presenters are expected to display their work as a poster, incorporating
text and illustrations as appropriate.

Technical sessions and panels
Technical sessions and panels present topics for discussion such as cutting-edge
research and design, analyses of emerging trends, opinions on controversial issues,
reports by practitioners on current information science and technology projects, and
contrasting viewpoints from experts in complementary professional areas. The final
versions of these submissions will be published in the digital conference

Pre- and Post-conference sessions
Pre- and Post-conference sessions present topics such as theoretical research,
management strategies, and new and innovative systems or products, typically for
purposes of concept development or continuing education. Purely promotional programs
are excluded. Formats may include seminars, courses, workshops, and symposia.
Sessions are scheduled for half to a full day and require a registration fee beyond
the regular conference fee.

Submission Deadlines
Jan.21, 2008 Proposals due for contributed papers, technical sessions panels, and
pre- or Post-conferences
Feb. 25, 2008 Proposals due for contributed posters/short papers
March 31, 2008 Authors/proposers notified of acceptance
May 27, 2008 Final versions due for conference proceedings

Any problems with electronic submissions should be directed to:
Richard Hill (

ALA 2008 Annual Meeting

The 2008 Annual Conference will be held in Anaheim, CA, from June 26–July 2, 2008.

Call for Proposals

Are you an expert? Do you have useful research, subject expertise, or innovative ideas to share? If so, we invite you to share your work with your colleagues. Submit a presentation proposal for the 2008 American Library Association Annual Conference to be held in Anaheim, California, June 26-30, 2008. The deadline for submissions is March 31, 2008. No late entries will be accepted.

ALA invites proposals for the following tracks

Children & Young Adults
Children and youth are the library users of the future. The presentations should provide practical and theoretical information that will further develop skills and expand the minds of forward thinking administrators, teacher-librarians, and children’s youth services specialists.

Best Practices and Programming
Literature & Collection Development
Early Literacy

Collection Management & Technical Services
The old is new again. Conflicts and convergence in collection management and technical services.

Cataloging & Media
Collection Development

Digital Information & Technologies
This track provides updates on the latest technologies, innovations, and standards involved in the provision of information and services.

Exciting new research and tips on how to conduct and publish your own.

User Services
Who are our users and what do they want? The presentations should discuss how you can transform library services to meet the needs of your changing user communities.

Literacy and Learning

Benefits of Presenting

As a presenter, you will not only help create an informative program, you will also:
Gain recognition
Highlight your institution’s achievements
Expand your peer network
Hone your public speaking skills
Obtain feedback on your ideas/research
Advance the profession


ALA Annual Conference presenters will be required to:
register for and attend the conference (complimentary registration may be requested for non-librarian presenters);
grant permission for possible taping (audiocassette and video) and broadcast (Web) of their presentation;
assign ALA first publication rights, as papers will be published as part of the ALA conference proceedings;
contributed paper presenters must provide completed papers in both hard copy and electronic versions by the deadline date.

Selection Criteria

The ALA Annual Conference subcommittees will evaluate the content of your proposal for relevance to the conference tracks and themes, clarity, originality, and timeliness. Proposals should be of original work that has not been previously published. Special attention will be given to proposals that:
Generate ideas or report research that contribute to ongoing discussion about the future of academic and research libraries.
Demonstrate innovative thinking.
Contribute ideas for positioning academic and research librarians to be leaders both on and off campus.
Present strategies for effectively implementing new ideas and technology.
Encourage active learning among conference attendees.

Presenters will be notified of acceptance of their proposals by February 18, 2008. A maximum of 20 proposals will be accepted.


In accordance with ALA practices, ALA or division members cannot receive honoraria nor have expenses reimbursed for presenting conference programs. Participants are required to pay for conference registration fees, travel, and other expenses. Non-librarian presenters may be eligible for per diem, travel reimbursement, and/or honorarium. All requests for reimbursement or honorarium are subject to approval by the program committee; acceptance of the proposal does not guarantee funding.

For more information go to:

Spectrum of the Future

Proposals are being accepted for the 2008 Kentucky Library Association /Kentucky School Media Association conference SPECTRUM OF THE FUTURE. This is a joint conference with the Southeastern Library Association and the Association of Research Libraries’ National Diversity in Libraries Conference. All proposals must be submitted electronically.

The link is on the KLA site under “Conferences” then “Upcoming Conferences” then “Call for Proposals” or the direct link for the Call for Proposals is .

You can access the online proposal form directly at

So that there is no confusion, this is a call for mini-sessions and poster sessions. Mini-sessions will last 50 minutes as in the past.

The deadline to submit a proposal is January 31, 2008. Notification of accepted proposals will take place February 29, 2008.

Johan Koren, Assoc. Prof.
Coordinator, Library Media Program
College of Education
3201 Alexander Hall
Murray State University
Murray KY 42071

Telephone: +1-270-809-2760
Fax: +1-270-809-3799



Conversants (ISSN: 1940-5022) is a limited-run, open-access journal about participatory networks. Part of a joint project on Participatory Librarianship ( between the Information Institute of Syracuse and the American Library Association’s Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP), the journal is a forum for the exchange of ideas relating to conversation-based theories as well as their applications in knowledge environments. Articles and essays are solicited not only to increase our understanding of participatory approaches to virtual and physical settings, but also to challenge the scholarly and practice communities. The emphasis of the journal is on durable concepts that transcend any particular technology or suite of functions.

While treatments related to all types of settings are welcome, a special emphasis is placed on the library domain and the role librarians play as facilitators of conversations. Submissions might include:

� Empirical articles analyzing user contributions to web resources;

� Thought pieces concerning the library as conversation;

� Podcasts of presentations concerning Library 2.0; and

� Discussions of curricular initiatives to incorporate new web technologies into information science education.

All submissions will be reviewed by the editors of the journal and then, in keeping with the central tenets of participatory networks, made available for ongoing public review via CommentPress. Authors are encouraged to follow these conversations, and can incorporate these comments into revised drafts.

Unlike most journals, pieces are published as they are accepted to encourage timely discussions of current trends and events. Selected pieces will be edited into a volume exploring participatory librarianship.

Please e-mail submissions to in Word, HTML, RTF or ASCII text format.

The editorial board of Conversants comprises:


� R. David Lankes, Associate Professor Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies

� Joseph Janes, Associate Professor University of Washington’s Information School

� Eli Neiburger, Ann Arbor District Library

Associate Editors

� Todd Marshall, Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies

� David Pimentel, Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies

If you are interested in joining the board, please contact David Lankes

More information is available on the project website at

Library2LMS: Integrating Library Services into a Learning Management System

2008 COCID (Conference On Computing In the Disciplines)

The call for papers is now open for the conference, Library2LMS: Integrating Library Services into a Learning Management System to be held at the College at Brockport (SUNY) on April 18, 2008.

If you would like to submit a proposal please visit:

We are seeking proposals for the following types of sessions:
* Presentation (30 minutes)
* Poster Presentations

Presentation topics may pertain to any learning management system (i.e. Blackboard, ANGEL, Moodle, etc.). Possible applications may include, but are not limited to:

1. General library information on tabs
2. Course-specific library nuggets
3. Broader discipline-based information nuggets
4. Information literacy tutorials
5. E-reserves
6. Assessment methods for basic and advanced information literacy skills.
7. Technical issues such as implementation and programming
8. Pedagogical and instructional design issues

Please contact me if you have any additional questions. We look forward to hearing from you!

Jennifer Little

Jennifer J. Little
Sr. Assistant Librarian/Coordinator of Library Instruction
SUNY College at Brockport
350 New Campus Drive
Brockport, NY 14420