Talking about information literacy at Bentley

I’ll be part of a panel discussion this evening at Bentley University on information literacy, along with Elizabeth LeDoux, senior lecturer and director of the Media and Culture Program at Bentley, and Cynthia Robinson, research director at Bain Capital.

Titled “Who Wrote This and Why Should I Care? Evaluating and Understanding Information in a Business Context,” the discussion will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Bentley’s LaCava Campus Center, room 305AB.

The moderator will be Chris Beneke, associate professor of history and director of Bentley’s Valente Center for Arts and Sciences. We’ll also hear from Kathy Aronoff, special projects librarian at Bentley, and Elizabeth Galoozis, reference librarian and coordinator of user education.

It should be a wicked good time, and I hope to see you there. Here’s a copy of the program.