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Bibliotheca Alexandrina hosts librarian Sylvia Gabrielle Tag

Sylvia Gabrielle Tag, in a guest lecture, will address the question of who controls the creation, access to, and distribution of information

Ahram Online , Sunday 14 Oct 2018
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Egypt's Bibliotheca Alexandrina (BA) will host Monday, 15 October, at 5:00pm, Sylvia Gabrielle Tag, associate professor at Western Washington University, to deliver a lecture entitled Emergent Information Literacies In Our Digital World.

The Bibliotheca will host the event in collaboration with the International Friends of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Minnesota. The lecture will be delivered in the Small Theatre at the Conference Centre of the Bibliotheca.

The event is open to public and will be given in English with simultaneous translation into Arabic.

Sylvia Gabrielle Tag is a librarian and associate professor at Western Washington University (Bellingham, Washington, United States) where she teaches courses on information science, research strategies, and children's literature.

Current scholarly publications and interests include emergent information literacies, theme-based library instruction in higher education, and early 20th century children's literature authors and illustrators.

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