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Preparing High School Students for College Research

October 20th, 5:30 pm

Panel Discussion:

Great Expectations – Preparing High School Students for College Level Research

Location: Discovery Canyon Campus School, Colorado Springs Sponsored by the CAL Colorado Springs Area Interest Group

 Free Presentation

To register and for more information use this link.

http://tinyurl.com/Oct20-Panel-Discussion

 Are our high school students prepared for college level research? What are the expectations?

This will be a panel discussion presentation with college and high school librarians, instructors and students.

Come participate in this lively discussion. Bring your questions, concerns and ideas!

 Introductions: Gwen Giddens – Director, Learning Resource Services, Colorado Springs School D11

Facilitator: Teri Switzer – UCCS Dean, Kraemer Family Library Panel Members: Sue Byerley – Associate Professor UCCS Library, Steve Lawson – Colorado College, Humanities Liaison Librarian, Christine Schein – Discovery Canyon High School Librarian, Victor Santiago – German/Spanish Teacher, Air Academy High School, Thomas J Napierkowski – UCCS English Professor

Program:

5:30 – 6:00: Networking (coffee and cookies) 6:00 – 7:15: Panel Discussion

7:15 – 7:30: Audience Questions

 Librarians, instructors, school administrators, parents…everyone interested in students’ success is welcome!

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