Date(s) - 05/19/2014
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
In this two hour, two hours each day online class, we will explore methods for improving teaching and learning in the information literacy classroom.
On day one, students will learn 10 easy-to-implement and topic-specific teaching methods that will quickly increase the interactivity of the information literacy classroom. These methods will help build confidence as students work toward using more advanced hands-on teaching strategies.
On day two, students will explore 10 more sophisticated and programmatic techniques, including problem-based learning and peer teaching.
By the end of this class students will be able to:
- Teach information literacy concepts more interactively, including plagiarism, using subject-specific databases, controlled vocabulary, selecting search terms, scholarly/peer-reviewed vs. popular sources, using search engines, and evaluating information.
- Integrate simple teaching methods to increase student interaction
- Integrate more complex theory based teaching methods programmatically to increase student interaction.
Please note: When registering for this event, you will be registered for BOTH the 05/19 session AND the 05/20 session, each from 2:00 pm until 4:00 pm.
Can’t attend the live event? Register over here for access to the recording, made available within 7 days of the live webinar.
Biography ~ Russell Palmer
Russell Palmer is the Supervisor of Professional Development at LYRASIS. He writes, teaches, and speaks on a wide range of topics, including resource sharing, reference and information services, collection development and information literacy. Russell previously worked as Instruction and Outreach Coordinator at Mercer University. Russell has been invited to speak at state, regional, national, and international conferences, including LOEX, LOEX of the West, and the Reference Renaissance. He earned his MLIS at Florida State University, and his AB in English at the University of Georgia.
Registration is closed for this event.