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Friday, January 30 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Session 7.2 B Juried Works in Progress Papers: Literacy, Identity, and Social Justice: Championing Social Justice in LIS Technology Education: A Critical Sociotechnical Systems Approach

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This presentation will bring together theory and praxis using examples from 18 years of technology education in LIS to consider the question: “How can a critical sociotechnical systems framework be used in technology education to foster transformation through empowerment?” This question will be explored using two primary cases: the LIS course, “Introduction to Networked Systems,” and the short course version, “Demystifying Technology,” offered through public and school libraries to patrons. 


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Jason Alston

University of North Carolina

Speakers
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Colin Rhinesmith

Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Studies
social and community informatics, critical and interpretive theory, community engagement, studio-based learning, and social justice in LIS
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Martin Wolske

Senior Research Scientist & Adjunct Faculty, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Martin came to the Graduate School of Library and Information Science in 1995 to serve as the first full-time systems administrator for Prairienet Community Network, where we looked at ways to bring this relatively new thing called the Internet to the community to foster stronger community and democracy. He currently is a senior research scientist with the Center for Digital Inclusion. Martin has served a range of boundary spanning roles... Read More →


Friday January 30, 2015 8:30am - 10:00am
King Arthurs Court, Floor 3

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