Linda J. Goff
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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY,
SACRAMENTO-- November 1986 to April 2013
FRESNO COUNTY FREE LIBRARY--April 1983
through September 1986
SACRAMENTO PUBLIC LIBRARY--February-March, 1983
HUMBOLDT STATE UNIVERSITY--September 1981-
BERGEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE--September
|Higher Education - Degrees and Certificates and Awards|
Certificate of Appreciation, from The California School Library Association to The California State University, "for outstanding leadership and support of the California Model School Library Standards", November 12, 2010
Outstanding Teaching Award, California State University, Sacramento, University Library, 2005/2006
Certificate of Appreciation, California Library Association, for contributions made to the Assembly of CLA, 1995-1998
CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE LIBRARIAN CREDENTIAL
Post-graduate courses for Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
MASTER OF LIBRARY SERVICE, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
MASTER OF SCIENCE, INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA
BACHELOR OF ARTS IN SOCIAL SCIENCE
Panelist. California Library Association, Academic Interest Group. Wednesday, October 19, 2011. Drexel Univiveristy, Sacramento, California. Future Trends and Career Opportunities in Academic Libraries.
Panelist. Joint Conference of the California Library Association and the California School Library Association. November 12, 2010, Sacramento, California. Cyber Citizenship and Librarian Leadership.
Speaker. Information Literacy Section. World Library and Information Congress: 75nd International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) General Conference, August 26, 2009, Milan, Italy: Promoting the Information Literacy Logo: A Brainstorming Workshop on How to Use it.
Presenter. California State University, Sacramento. Technology Fair. Program: How to Find a Needle in a Digital Haystack. October, 22, 2008.
Presenter. California State University, Sacramento. First-Year Experience Regional Conference Partnerships & Practice. Program: Understanding Our First Years: Two Studies and a Comparison. With Lynn Tashiro, Director of Freshman Programs California State University, Sacramento, and Gabriela Sonntag, Librarian, California State University, San Marcos, August 26, 2008.
Presenter. California Academic and Research Libraries (CARL) Conference 2008 "Going Global: Academic Libraries in the Age of Globalization." Program:InfoLit Global: Building a Directory, Sharing Ideas and Resources. Friday, April 4, 2008. CARL 2008 program website.
Speaker. Information Literacy Section. Visibility for Information Literacy Work: The International IFLA/UNESCO IL Resources Directory and the IL International State of the Art Report. World Library and Information Congress: 73nd International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) General Conference, August 20, 2007, Durban, South Africa. IFLA 2007 Program website.
Convener. Information Literacy Section Open Session, Conduits for Transformation: Incorporating Multimodal Instruction and Learning into Information Literacy. World Library and Information Congress: 73nd International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) General Conference, August 22, 2007, Durban, South Africa. IFLA 2007 website.
Convener. Information Literacy Section Open Session, Transitions to college: how information literacy answers the knowledge society challenge. World Library and Information Congress: 72nd International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) General Conference, August 22, 2006, Seoul, South Korea. IFLA 2006 website.
Speaker. LOEX of the West Conference. Federated Searching - A Pedagogical Controversy. Roundatable Discussion. June 9, 2006, Kohala/Kona, Hawaii. Program website.
Presenter. Search Smarter- Improving Your Search Strategies. Mountain Valley Library System Workshop, March 16, 2006, Sacramento, California.
Speaker. RUSA/MARS Products and Services Committee Discussion Forum, Using WebCT to Test and Teach, ALA Midwinter Meeting, January 11, 2004, San Diego, CA.
the Information Literacy Needs of our Graduate Students: Collaborative
Strategies for Success.
of Information Competency Programs at CARL Annual Conference,
Asilomar, Saturday, May 11, 2002.
Moderator and Program Planner, Information Competency: Planning a Statewide Approach, CLA Annual Conference, November 17, 1996.
Ms. Goff has more than three decades of
experience in academic and public libraries, with specialization in
library instruction, instructional media and technology, database and
Internet searching, social science reference, local and oral history, genealogy, library advocacy and community outreach. One of her
goals is to make sure all CSUS students know how to get the most out
of their Web searches and know how
to evaluate their search results.
She is known throughout California libraries as a strong advocate for
integrating library and information competence into the curriculum in
public colleges and universities as well as in the K-12 level. She chaired
the Testing Subcommittee of the CSU Information Competence Assessment Task Force
and conducted beta-testing to help validate the Information
and Communication Literacy assessment instrument (a.k.a. iSkills and now iCritical Thinking) developed by the
Educational Testing Service (ETS)
in partnership with the California State University System. Her most recent grant project was an ICT Assessment to establish a baseline for evaluating Freshmen Information and Communication Technology literacy at her institution (see below).
Ms. Goff is active in a variety of professional library associations. She has an enduring commitment to professionalism within librarianship. She also believes that she has a responsibility to maintain the Proficiencies for Instruction Librarians recommended by ACRL/IS.
A list of leadership roles, committee memberships and conference/workshop participation follow:
ASSOCIATION. Member 1972-74,
CALIFORNIA FACULTY ASSOCIATION Sacramento Chapter: Member 1987-
CALIFORNIA LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. Member 1980- 2009
Member, Information Literacy Section Standing Committee. Appointed March, 2005, for four-year term. Linda attended IFLA in Oslo, Norway 2005 and served as the program convener for the Information Literacy Section Open Session in Seoul, Korea 2006. In 2007 IFLA was held in Durban, South Africa and Linda again convened the Information Literacy Section program. The papers for the section on the theme, Conduits for Transformation: Incorporating Multimodal Instruction and Learning into Information Literacy (program #133-1 and #133-2), are posted on the IFLA 2007 website. The 2008 conference was held in Quebec City, Canada. Here is a photo of the IFLA Information Literacy Standing Committee:
Personal Links: El Camino Chapter, #428,
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