- Archival Literacy: Active Learning and Teaching with Primary Sources
- Bringing More to the Table(t): Ideas and Insights for Using Tablets in Instruction
- Reaching Modern Students Through Amazing Screencasts
- The Secret's in the Sauce: The RIBS Recipe for Building a Healthy, Well-Balanced Instruction Program
- Blending, Mixing, and Processing: Strategies used to Engage Students in the Classroom
- Creating Insanely Great Instruction Sessions: What Librarians can Learn from Steve Jobs
- 500 Students, 55 Raters, and 5 Rubrics Later: What We Learned from an Authentic, Collaborative, and National Assessment Project
- From Prix Fixe to a la Carte: Using Lesson Study to Collaborate with Faculty in Customizing Information Literacy Instruction
Course Integrated Instruction : May 2012 Archives
LOEX is an annual conference geared toward instruction/info lit librarians or those who are interested in that.
It is a great conference--both hard to get to present at, and hard to secure a spot to go (you have to register within about an hour of registration opening)...
Many of the PPTs are up and available for a bit of summer reading:
Here are a couple that caught my eye:
Blended Librarian Webcast: Flipping the Classroom: Overturning the Traditional Lecture Thursday, May 10th @ noon (12pm) EDT
Steven Bell and John Shank, co-founders of the Blended Librarians Online Learning Community and their guest, Robert Talbert and Ike Shibley, invite you to join them for a webcast that will explore what flipping the classroom is and how it is being applied to change the nature of student instruction, learning in higher education and academic libraries. Join us for the discussion on "Flipping the Classroom: Overturning the Traditional Lecture" which will take place on Thursday, May 10, 2012 at noon (12:00 pm) EDT.
This is a free event & no registration is needed. There are a limited number of seats that are available on a first come first served basis. Please go to the BL site http://www.blendedlibrarian.
org/ and log in to the "Quick Login" early to obtain your seat. It will be the webcast listed at the top of the webpage.
(Note: You need to be a member of the Blended Librarians Online Learning Community to participate. No fee to join. To join go to the following page http://www.blendedlibrarian.
org/join.html prior to logging on to LearningTimes to join the webcast - you should do this at least 12 hrs prior to attending a webcast.)