Thursday, February 02, 2017

The Innovative Library Classroom - presentations

Following up from my last post, there are presentations from previous (2014, 2015, 2016) Innovative Library Classroom conferences ("a day-long event dedicated to the exploration of innovative practices related to teaching and learning in libraries") on their website. Just as a taster, the first half of the presentations are the following (there are also posters and the ketnote presentations)
Balance Through Mindfulness: The Art of Now in the Library Classroom Maryke Barber | Hollins University
Scale-up Strategies for Selfie Scavengering Katelyn Tucker Burton & Alyssa Archer | Radford University
Reframing a General Education Course: A Case Study of the ACRL Framework in Action Jenny Dale & Lynda Kellam | University of North Carolina – Greensboro
​Building a Balanced Portfolio: Investing in TAs and Other Contingent Faculty Julia Feerrar & Rebecca K. Miller | Virginia Tech & Penn State University
Chasing the White WHALE: iPad-Based Library Instruction Alex Harrington & Garrison Libby | Tidewater Community College
Finding a Balance: Using Qualitative Data to Identify Student Learning Barriers and Alleviate Instructor Burnout in an Online Information Literacy Course Holly Mabry & Natalie Bishop | Gardner-Webb University
Flipped and Floundering? Strategies for Facilitating Authentic Learner-Centered Inquiry in the Active Library Classroom Jill Markgraf | University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
Photo by Sheila Webber: innovative teacher, created by me out of lego during our departmental awayday in January (she is flexible, can move in all directions, scaffolds learning (with the stairs) and encourages creativity to bloom ;-)

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