Course Integrated Instruction : May 2010 Archives
I noticed the updated in the Monday Memo (http://blog.lib.umn.edu/mondaymemo/2010/05/may-24th-2010.html):
And it got me thinking--how do you explain this in instruction? Do you need to? Is it really just a repository or is it a catalog? Any thoughts?
Did you see this? I am interested in how much "B-roll" footage (Thanks, Marlo) there is. I wonder if this could be used in Library instruction this fall--would the Google project be an interesting lead in to talk about Google vs. Libraries or just to get student's interest? Should we embed this in a PPT and make it available to folks?
Please join us for a workshop sponsored by the Information Literacy Collaborative:
Date: Thursday, May 13, 2010
Location: Wilson S30B or watch online: https://umconnect.umn.edu/katepetersonmeeting/
Title:Assessment of Student Learning: Tips, Tools and Strategies
Dr. Jane O'Brien, Center for Teaching and Learning
This session will focuses on tips, tools, and strategies to assess how well students are learning in one-shot and other instructional sessions.
Throughout this interactive session, we will share ways to develop and use a myriad of formative and summative assessment strategies.
Please let us know if you have any questions and please feel free to share this announcement,