PIL Provocation Series: BLC Fireside Chat with Dr. Nicole A. Cooke

Wednesday, November 3, 2021 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

The BLC is proud to partner with Project Information Literacy for a Fireside Chat featuring professor, librarian, and Provocation Series writer Dr. Nicole A. Cooke to talk about her letter Tell Me Sweet Little Lies: Racism as a Form of Persistent Malinformation. This conversation will be moderated by Tiffeni Fontno, co-chair of the BLC EDI Community of Interest and Head Librarian, Educational Resource Center, Boston College. The event will take place on Wednesday, November 3rd at 1pm. 


About the PIL Provocation Series

During 2021, Project Information Literacy, a research institute in the U.S. that studies students’ information practices, is offering virtual chats with PIL Provocation Series authors about their recent essays. Reaching beyond any one discipline or, indeed, any singular notion of what “literacy” means today, each essay  in the PIL Series offers new insights, drawing from scholarship and the flow of current events, to provoke thought and conversation among practitioners and across boundaries. This Series seeks to facilitate discussion and share ideas about improving teaching and learning while exploring new avenues for inquiry, experimentation, and further research.