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Copy of disturbing the sediment
Transcript of Copy of disturbing the sediment
Listen--to understand, before trying to be understood
Give attention: Chimes or raised hands
Pay attention to self and others
Slow down, pause, take time to think and envision our future
Focus on what matters.
Contribute your thinking.
Speak your mind and heart.
Link and connect ideas.
Each table has a conversation facilitator who is also the stay at home person.
Remember your home table number! You will return here for the final round.
After each round every one else at the table moves to new tables.
Table top paper and markers are for you to write, draw, doodle your thoughts and questions.
Each person shares:
Name, institution & position
What brought you here today?
round 1: home table
What are the dilemmas/
opportunities in this situation?
round 2: new group, new questions
What assumptions do we need to test or challenge here?
What's our intention here?
What's the deeper purpose (the big "why") that is really worthy of our best effort?
round 3: new group, new questions
What's taking shape?
What are you hearing underneath the variety of opinions being expressed?
What's the next level of thinking we need to do?
round 4: return home
What's missing from this picture so far?
What is it we're not seeing?
What do we need more clarity on?
What would it take to create change on this issue?
If our success was completely guaranteed, what bold steps might we choose?
5 bold steps
Use chart paper and markers to write your 5 BOLD STEPS.
Post your chart.
Each person has 5 color dots to post.
Carousel around the room to look at list of 5 bold steps.
Place your dots on items you think/feel are “next steps” to be taken as we re-think academic technology in support of teaching, learning, and services.
Now that you know what you know, to what action are you willing to commit?
dusting off the information literacy competency standards
world cafe discussion
disturbing the sediment:
CARL 2010 Engage Session
Southern California Instruction Librarians (SCIL)
facilitated by Allison Carr
return to your home table after the break
Big thanks to...