Thursday, March 26th at 2:00 pm ET                   Web Conference

Second Life Orientation: Set up your avatar and start exploring!

Have you been thinking about exploring Second Life but weren’t sure how to get started?  Or did you set up an account some time ago and haven’t had time to learn the basics? 


Jocelyn Phillips, Liaison Librarian from the University of Guelph, is here to guide and assist us!  Sign up now!



Monday, March 30th at 2:00 pm ET                 Web Conference

Peer Review: How to Give it and How to Take It

Peer review is an integral and contentious component of scholarly work such as research and conference presenting. Participants in this session will learn about the nature of peer review including recent debates regarding blinding, the utility of peer review, how to provide constructive and supportive reviews, and how to respond to reviews of personal work.


Lindsay Glynn is the co-creator of the open-access journal Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, and has acted as Editor-in-Chief for three years.


More details on the above sessions and registration are at


Liz Kerr

Education Director

Ontario Library Association

50 Wellington St. E. Suite 201

Toronto, M5E 1C8

T. 416-363-3388, ext 32

F. 416-941-9581

Education Institute, Canada,

Professional Education Network, United States: