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We were delighted to receive a large number of submissions to present at LIANZA TTGG-21 - thank you to everyone who contributed. Also impressive was the wide range of topics and approaches in the submissions. This reflects the diversity of our sector and shows that evidence based practice and reflecting on our services and tools is relevant – wherever you work!
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A skeleton programme will be published shortly – keep your eyes peeled!
- Associate Professor Siouxsie Wiles, University of Auckland. Dr Wiles is a microbiologist who heads up the Bioluminescent Superbugs lab at the University of Auckland. She is passionate about demystifying science and collaborates with artists and animators. During COVID-19 Siouxsie joined forces with The Spinoff cartoonist Toby Morris to make the science of the pandemic clear and understandable.
- Toby Morris is an Auckland based illustrator, comic artist and writer. He is the creative director of the Spinoff and author of the non-fiction comic series The Side Eye. In 2020 he began a collaboration with Dr Siouxsie Wiles communicating scientific ideas around the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Professor Lisa Emerson, Massey University is an award-winning tertiary teacher and an experienced lead researcher in the area of information and academic literacies. Lisa is leading a three-year TLRI project which researches information literacy and the library in senior secondary and tertiary teaching.
Go to the symposium website to register now. We look forward to seeing you f2f Thursday 3 – Friday 4 February in Wellington.