The WILU 2021 planning team is very pleased to announce that registration is open. The registration form is available on the conference website: https://wilu-conference.github.io/register/.

WILU (Workshop for Instruction in Library Use) is Canada's premier information literacy conference, and this spring we're welcoming you from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Co-hosted by Dalhousie, Mount Saint Vincent and Saint Mary's Universities, WILU 2021 will take place online from June 21-25, 2021.

This year's theme is "Visions of the Possible," and we have an exciting program lined up. Our keynote speakers are Kim Brooks, Professor of Law and Dean of the Faculty of Management at Dalhousie University (https://www.dal.ca/faculty/law/faculty-staff/our-faculty/kim-brooks.html), and Veronica Arellano Douglas, Instruction Coordinator at the University of Houston Libraries (https://veronicaarellanodouglas.com/).

The full program of speakers will be posted shortly on the website, so please check back soon. We also have more information about WILU, including pre-conference workshop info and this year's theme: https://wilu-conference.github.io/.

See you online!

WILU 2021 Steering Committee:

Cindy Harrigan
Melissa Helwig (co-chair)
Shelley McKibbon
Shawna Murphy
Denyse Rodrigues
Heather Sanderson (co-chair)

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