Alison Head, a visiting scholar in the University Libraries, will present an interactive case study of Project Information Literacy’s 2016 lifelong learning study from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Feb. 23 in Love Library South, Room 221.
The two-year study was funded by an Institute of Museum and Library Services National Leadership grant.
Areas of focus in the presentation include:
Basics of proposal writing, including how to get funded and keep a program officer engaged;
Research design and how to decide which methods to use; and
Geographically dispersed research teams and how to facilitate successful collaboration and ongoing communication.
Head is founder and director of Project Information Literacy. While on campus, she is launching a new research study, which looks at undergraduate research behaviors in library learning spaces. For more information on her visit, click here.
For additional information on workshops and instruction events in the University Libraries, click here.