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New Worksheets/Handouts available

We had a great instructional design workshop as an ACRL preconference at the Midwinter meeting of the Annual Library Conference in Seattle. We even had a guest teacher from the Minnesota Historical Society who taught a segment of a lesson plan that I have included in the Creating the One-Shot Library Workshop book. If you've got the book, check it out on page 115.

A heads-up to you all is that for the Seattle workshop I redid the worksheets.

For those of you who haven't gone through one of my workshops, the worksheets can be used as a guide when designing your own workshops. They can be used with the book, or on their own. The link for the worksheets are near the top of this page.

For those of you who have taken my workshop prior to the Seattle one, the main changes are the addition of a checklist after each step that I pulled from theCreating the One-Shot Library Workshop book. I also added in much more detailed information in the evaluation step since I don't usually cover that enough during the workshop.

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