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South Carolina Conference on Information Literacy (SCCIL) 2021

About Us: Our Values

Mission statement:

South Carolina Conference on Information Literacy (SCCIL) aims to inspire and educate information professionals to become effective instructors utilizing pedagogical/andragogical theories, best practices, and teaching strategies to promote academic excellence and lifelong information literate learners.

Vision Statement:

The South Carolina Conference on Information Literacy (SCCIL) seeks to enrich and advance librarian learning, teaching and research in instruction across the state of South Carolina.

Code of Conduct:

The South Carolina Conference on Information Literacy (SCCIL) is an inclusive, professional conference. We respect free speech and invite diverse perspectives and opinions. As such, SCCIL is dedicated to providing a positive conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, creed, age, or religion.

Steering Committee

Christine Andresen, Medical College of South Carolina

Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem, College of Charleston

Anne Grant, Clemson University

Haley Hall, Charleston Public Library

Valarie Jenkins, Trident Technical College

Shannon Jones, Medical College of South Carolina

Rena Lubker, Medical College of South Carolina

Danielle Moore, The Citadel

Elise Wallace, The Citadel

Aaron Wimer, The Citadel