The Atlanta Area Bibliographic Instruction Group (AABIG or BIG) began in the early 1980s as an informal way for instruction librarians from academic, K-12, public, and special libraries in the greater Atlanta area to share ideas and discuss common issues about bibliographic instruction. We hold an annual conference to discuss best practices in teaching information literacy.
Thank you everyone for a great AABIG 2015 Conference!
We hope to see you at next year's event.
2015 Conference: Breaking Down Silos
June 12th, 2015
Breaking Down Silos: Innovative Teaching & Collaboration Across Departments.
There are many opportunities for librarians to collaborate with faculty, archivists, instructional designers, and community leaders outside of the library. We invite you to join us as we share and showcase librarians working with others outside the library to create valuable teaching and learning experiences. All librarians, library staff, and library students are welcome to attend this free event!
Dr. Toby Graham, University Librarian & Associate Provost, University of Georgia &
Dr. Barbara McCaskill, Associate Professor of English; Co-Director, Civil Rights Digital Library Initiative; Georgia Project's Co-Director, People Not Property
University of Georgia, Miller Learning Center
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