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Growing Library Instruction and Outreach

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Stephanie Graves

on 19 March 2013

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Transcript of Growing Library Instruction and Outreach

Instructional Roots Distance Learning Mobility Remember Our Core Information Literacy TOPIC
"Speak on the future of library instruction and outreach. How can librarians adapt and increase their skills set to be ready for future generations of students." MOOCs Growing Library Instruction
and Outreach

Stephanie J. Graves
March 21, 2013 Pedagogy What to do?
Water Our Roots with ... Online Badges Distance Courses Tutorials Learning Management Systems QR codes Legitimacy in the Academy Legitimacy in the Field ACRL IL Competency Standards
Standards Toolkit
IS Objectives and Outcomes
ACRL Instruction Section

http://www.ala.org/acrl/issues/infolit Our Future:
Legitimacy in the Curriculum S
T And Branch Out Our Future:
Librarian Teachers The Art of Pedagogy The Science of Pedagogy
User Driven Content YouTube Facebook Augmented Reality Gaming Flash Mobs Document Delivery Professional Development ACRL Immersion Program
LOEX Conference
ACRL IS Section
Instruction Mentors
Think-Pair-Share Groups
Team Teaching Opportunities Advocacy Courageous
Creativity Location-based
systems Poll Everywhere Sprouting New Ideas? QUESTIONS? Julien, H. (2005). Education for Information Literacy Instruction: A Global Perspective. Journal Of Education For Library & Information Science, 46(3), 210-216. How many have received
training in how to teach? Raise your hand if you have taught
a library instruction session? How many want
more training on teaching strategies or educational technology? In 2005, Heidi Julien found that only
half of all MLIS programs had a course on Information Literacy for graduate students to take as an elective Enthusiasm Motivation Humor Creativity http://www.ala.org/acrl/aboutacrl/directoryofleadership/sections/is/iswebsite/projpubs/researchagendalibrary Can't get enough? See the Research Agenda for Library Instruction and Information Literacy Credit-bearing IL Courses Core Curriculum Standards First-Year Experience Embedded Librarianship The Research Games
http://guides.library.tamu.edu/howdy Effective Instruction Methodology Technology Implementation
Scalability Assessment Learning Outcomes
& Theory Learning Styles
Active learning
Collaboration Profession Campus Students Faculty Development time Experimental environment Technology Infrastructure Mobile Apps SMS/Texting Twitter suggestion box/board Mendeley Embedded Librarianship Locality Purposeful Play Maps
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