What’s Trending in the Field? : October 29, 2021
Date: 29 October 2021 (Friday)
Time: 18:30 to 20:00
Venue: Online via Zoom
No. of participants: 80
Registration (Will close on October 8 or all quotas filled whichever is earlier.)
Academic integrity at K-12 : From Policy to Practice
The speaker will share how he, as a Teacher-Librarian has implemented policies and enhancing academic integrity literacy across the school. A way forward, he will discuss tools, resources, strategies and evidences that have supported his journey thus far. One dimension of his journey is centered on processes and people issues involved in setting up academic integrity. Another dimension is around policy – school-wide academic honesty policy and, ‘citation and referencing continuum’. A portion of the session will be allotted for the participants to share their academic integrity/honesty best practices, what are their struggles and successes. The goal is for everyone to leave with at least one better idea that can be implemented immediately.
Zakir Hossain is an IB Teacher-Librarian, spirited researcher and the IASL Regional Director for International Schools. Born and raised in Bangladesh, Zakir has lived in Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, and Switzerland. He holds a Master of Education degree in Advanced Teaching and a Master of Arts degree in Information Science and Library Management. He enjoys research, networking and sharing experiences about school librarianship particularly in the areas of research skills and academic integrity literacy development in IB schools. Zakir’s past and current notable activities are available on his website at www.theresearchtl.net and he can be reached via @DuZakir on Twitter.
Out of a school library perspective – How do we communicate with authorities and decision makers?
During the presentation you will have the chance to learn more about useful methods of communication, addressed to the higher governmental work for school libraries in Sweden. A national school library education is one of the topics presented during this session. A present governmental investigation of the situation for school libraries in Sweden is another topic.
Master student in LIS at Uppsala University and Vice President, Association Operations at IASL. School librarian and teacher at Kannebäck school in Gothenburg, Sweden. Also Chairman of School Library West, and until 2021 member of the National Agency for Educations reference group around school libraries.