Keynote speaker

Keynotes and Invited Addresses (Chronological)

Hay, L. (2015). Charting new paths: Change is in the challenge. [Keynote address]. Charting New Paths, British Columbia Teacher Librarians’ Association (BCTLA) Annual Fall Conference & Fall Council Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 23-24 October.

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Hay, L. (2015). Think ~ Act ~ Be. [Dinner address]. Connecting, Collaborating, Creating. Washington Library Media Association Conference (WMLA) 2015, Yakima, WA, USA, 15-17 October.

Hay, L. (2014). Challenges & change. [Keynote address]. Illawarra School Libraries Association (ISLA) 2014 Conference, Wollongong, 23 October.

Hay, L. (2014). Now is the time! [Keynote address]. Northern Sydney Teacher Librarians Conference, Sydney, 15 May.

 

Hay, L. (2014). Colour outside the lines: Building capacity for inquiry through the Australian Curriculum. [Keynote address]. School Libraries: the Heart of the Australian Curriculum,  Sutherland Shire TL Network Conference, Sydney, 31 March.

Hay, L. (2014). School libraries 21: Vision & capacity building. [Keynote address]. Skolbibliotekarielyftet Conference, Nässjö, Sweden, 13-14 March.

Hay, L. (2014). Centres as digital leadership and learning hubs in schools. [Invited address – Lecture]. Skolbibliotekarielyftet Conference, Nässjö, Sweden, 13-14 March.

Hay, L. (2014). Anatomy of an iCentre: In theory & practice. [Keynote address]. International Schools Librarian’s Knowledge Sharing Workshop, Jerudong International School, Brunei Darussalam, 21-22 February.

Hay, L. (2014). Guided inquiry: An Instructional Framework for Designing Effective Inquiry Units. [Invited address – Lecture]. International Schools Librarian’s Knowledge Sharing Workshop, Jerudong International School, Brunei Darussalam, 21-22 February.

Hay, L. (2013). Anatomy of an iCentre. [Keynote Address]. ‘The Learner in the Learning Commons’, Treasure Mountain Research Retreat #19, Hartford, Connecticut, November 13-14.

Hay, L. (2013). Building capacity for inquiry through the Australian Curriculum: Color outside of the lines. [Keynote Address]. ‘Challenge – Connect – Collaborate’, RIVPAT Annual Conference , Wagga Wagga, NSW, 25 October.

Hay, L. (2013). Leading learning: New challenges, new ways. [Keynote Address]. AIS Secondary Teacher Librarians Conference, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, NSW, 31 May.

Hay, L. (2012). Dare – Care – Share. 27 challenges to achieve our mission. [Keynote Address]. ‘Dare, Care, Share’, RIVPAT Annual Conference , Wagga Wagga, NSW, 19 October.

Hay, L. (2012). Challenges. Your mission if you choose to accept it is… [Keynote Address]. ‘Northern Escape – Connect, Create, Challenge’, School Library Association of Queensland (SLAQ) Conference, Cairns, 3-5 July.

Hay, L. (2012). The Digital Shift: Don’t just survive… Thrive! [Keynote Address].Christian Schools Library Conference, Sydney, 14-16 May.

Hay, L. (2011). If the future is now… what’s next? [Keynote address]. School Libraries: Empowering the 21st Century Learner, 40th Annual International Association of School Librarianship (IASL) Conference & 15th International Forum on Research in School Librarianship, University of West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica, 7-11 August.

Hay, L. (2011). ACTivating 21C school libraries to develop lifelong learners. [Keynote Address]. ‘ACTivate lifelong learners’, Catholic Primary Teacher Librarians’ Association (CPTLA) 26th Annual Conference, Canberra, 19-20 May.

Hay, L. (2011). rethink – rebuild – rebrand: Think iCentre.  [Keynote Address].Creating collaborative learning spaces – Future school library scenarios, School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV) Conference, Melbourne, 25 March.

Hay, L. (2011). The future of school libraries: A state of emergent-cy? [Keynote Address]. Our Digital World in the Curriculum, Australian School Library Association (Australian Capital Territory) (ASLA ACT) Conference, Canberra, 19 February.

Hay, L. (2010). School Libraries 21C: The conversation begins. [Featured speaker]. 21C School Libraries – Getting into the action, SybaSigns Professional Development Seminar, Dockside Conference Centre, Sydney, 19 November.

Hay, L. (2010). Pedagogical fusion and the school library.  [Featured speaker]. 21C School Libraries – Getting into the action, SybaSigns Professional Development Seminar, Dockside Conference Centre, Sydney, 19 November.

Hay, L. (2010). Envisioning our future: Is it time to rethink, rebuild & rebrand? [Invited speaker]. ASLA/ALIA National Teacher Librarians Roundtable, Brisbane, 8 November.

Hay, L. (2010). Converging the parallels. 21C Teacher Librarian: Rethink, rebuild & re-brand. [Keynote Address]. Sydney CEO Primary & Secondary TL Conference, Sydney, 10 September 2010.

Hay, L. (2010). School library evolution, or generational change at the speed of light? [Keynote Address]. Library Evolution, MANTLE Conference, Newcastle, NSW, 7 May.

Hay, L. (2010). Web2.0 and primary school libraries: What’s all the fuss about? [Keynote Address]. Cairns Diocese Curriculum Conference Library Strand, Catholic Education Services, Cairns, Qld, 13 March.

Hay, L. (2010). Building vision & capacity for school libraries. [Keynote Address].Envisioning a preferred future for your school library, Pre-Conference Session, Catholic Education Services, Cairns, Qld, 12 March.

Hay, L. (2009). “Do we have to use a wiki, Miss?” Exploring the concept of a students’ personal toolkit. [Plenary speaker]. Engage – Explore – Celebrate, ASLA XXI Biennial Conference, Perth, 29 September–2 October.

Hay, L. (2008). Moving beyond the rhetoric: What the research tells us about Web 2.0 & student learning. [Keynote Address]. Leading Learning …into the Research, Australian School Library Association New South Wales) (ASLA NSW) Conference, Sydney, 23 February.

Hay, L. (2007). School libraries as flexible and dynamic learning laboratories… are we there yet? [Plenary speaker]. Hearts on Fire: Sharing the Passion, ASLA XX Biennial Conference, Adelaide, 2-5 October.

Hay, L. (2007). A dynamic flexible learning laboratory: That’s what students want from their school library! [Invited speaker]. Schools, scholars and libraries: Evidence – Impact – Influence, UQL Cyberschool Seminar, University of Queensland, St Lucia, Qld, 10 August.

Hay, L. (2006). School libraries and student learning: Our challenge is connecting with kids. [Keynote Address]. Moving beyond – Decisions and surprises!: School libraries, learning and teaching, School Library Association of Queensland (SLAQ) Conference, Mackay, Qld, 24-27 September.

Hay, L. (2005). School libraries: Leading learning in schools. [Keynote Address]. Libraries Lead!, MANTLE Conference, Newcastle, 1-2 April.

Hay, L. (2005). How does the school library support student learning? What Aussie kids reckon. [Keynote Address]. Learners as Authentic Researchers: Applying Productive Pedagogies, SLAV ‘International Speakers Series’ Conference, Moorabin, VIC, 19 August.

Hay, L. (2004). Information leadership VSP: Vision, Strategy, Position. [Keynote Address]. Transforming Practice: The Leadership Role of the Teacher-Librarian, School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV) Conference, International Speaker Series, Melbourne, 4 June.

Hay, L. (2004). School Libraries: Leading Learning and Policy in Schools. [Keynote Address]. School Libraries Conference (WA), Perth, 19 June.

Hay, L. (2004). Building an Information Literate School Community: Principals and Teacher Librarians Working Together. [Keynote Address]. Building An Information Literate School Community, Independent Education Union (IEU) Professional Development Day for Teacher Librarians and Principals, Orange, 28 June.

Hay, L. (2004). Information Leadership: Maximising the Potential of Information Literacy and ICT Integration. [Plenary speaker]. Building An Information Literate School Community, Independent Education Union (IEU) Professional Development Day for Teacher Librarians and Principals, Orange, 28th June.

Hay, L. (2004). TLs as Leaders: Think Vision, Strategy, Position. [Keynote Address]. Australian Independent Schools (AIS) Teacher Librarians’ Network Conference, Sydney, 27 July.

Hay, L. (2003). Powerful partnerships forging information literate school communities – The Principal-TL dynamic. [Keynote Address]. Powerful partnerships, School Library Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (SLANZA) National Conference, Christchurch, 22-24 September.

Hay, L. (2003). Empowering your school: Digital literacy, libraries and learning. [Keynote Address]. Digital literacy, libraries and learning , State of Victoria (Department of Education & Training) and School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV), Quality Teacher Program (QTP) Digital Literacy Project – State Conference, Melbourne, 29 July.

Hay, L. (2003). Trying to integrate ICTs and achieve effective information use in your school? enter -> information leadership. [Keynote Address]. ASLA (NSW) State Library Day, Sydney, 22 February.

Hay, L. (2003). Integrating ICTs: Challenges, policies and leadership for TLs. [Keynote Address]. RIVPAT Annual Conference, Wagga Wagga, 8 November.

Hay, L. (2002). Information leadership: Managing the ICT integration equation. [Keynote Address]. Read, Reflect & Reboot, School Library Association of Queensland Conference, Rockhampton, June.

Hay, L. (2002). What is an Information Literate School Community? The Role of the Principal and Teacher Librarian. [Keynote Address]. Building an Information Literate School Community, Canberra-Goulburn CEO Conference for Principals and TLs, Queanbeyan, NSW, 2 August.

Hay, L. (2002). Information Leadership: Managing the ICT Integration Equation. [Plenary speaker]. Building an Information Literate School Community, Canberra-Goulburn CEO Conference for Principals and TLs, Queanbeyan, NSW, 2 August.

Hay, L. (2001). Information leadership: Managing the ICT integration equation. [Keynote Address]. LEARNING@school, Shaping teaching and learning in the 21st Century, ICT Lead Schools Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 1-3 July 2001.

Hay, L. (2000). Thinking strategically for the 21C library: Defining your reality. [Keynote Address]. ISASA (Independent Schools Association of South Africa) School Libraries Conference, Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa, 22-24 March.

Pre-2000

Hay, L. (1999). Information literacy: Seeking meaning with actions, thoughts and feelings. [Keynote Address]. Tasmanian Department of Education’s Charles Sturt University Visiting Lecturer Series, Hobart College Theatre, Tasmania, 15 March.

Hay, L. (1998). Juggling the multiple personalities. [Keynote Address]. ASLA(ACT) Conference, Canberra Boys Grammar School, ACT, 27-28 March.

Hay, L. (1998). Spinning the web and the teacher librarian. [Keynote Address]. Catholic Primary Teacher Librarians’ Association 13th Annual Conference ‘Spinning the Web’, North Ryde, NSW, 29 May.

Hay, L. (1998). Vision or vanish: Information, literacy & learning… and the TL. [Keynote Address]. School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV) Conference, ‘Information, Literacy & Learning’, Edmund Barton Centre, Moorabbin, Vic., 3 April.

Hay, L. (1997). Developing and supporting an information literate school community. [Keynote Address]. Association of Independent Schools JSHAA Teacher Librarians Conference, Sydney, 25 July.

Hay, L. (1996). Principally speaking…how to work cooperatively to achieve the best results for student outcomes. [Keynote Address]. ASLA(NSW) ‘Libraries on the Move’ Day, Sydney, 26 October.

Hay, L. (1996). Principally speaking… we need to communicate our vision. [Keynote Address]. North West NSW Districts Teacher Librarians Conference, Tamworth, May.

Hay, L. (1995). Where do we fit in?: The future of school libraries in the information environment. [Keynote Address]. Far South Coast Oasis Library User Group (FSCOLUG) Regional Conference, Batemans Bay, 5 May.

Hay, L. (1994). The teacher librarian performing in the curriculum. [Keynote Address]. Wollongong Diocese Catholic Education Office Teacher Librarians Conference, Nowra, 2 May.

One response to “Keynote speaker

  1. Hi Lyn,
    My Name is Irene Reid, and I am the PRO for a South African School Library and Youth Services Interest Group. (SLYSIG.) We belong to the South African Library and Information Services Association of South Africa (LIASA) See the links to our conference website, http://liasaslysig.wordpress.com/
    twitter https://twitter.com/Liasa_slysig &
    facebook account. https://www.facebook.com/SLYSIG

    We are holding our first ever School & Youth & Services Library Conference on the 15 – 16 July 2014.
    We would very much like to have an International Keynote Speaker at our conference and would like to know if you would consider speaking at our Conference if we can find the funding to bring you to south Africa.

    Kind regards

    Irene Reid
    +27834101936
    reid@wghs.co.za

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