Wednesday, July 02, 2014

LOEX presentations online: lots of information literacy

Most of the presentations from the 2014 LOEX (US information literacy) conference are online. There are a large number of them. I've just picked out a few where I've checked that the presentation and it gave you enough information to make it worthwhile (the trend for very pictorial presentations isn't so useful for viewing afterwards!)  I certainly didn't check all of them, so do browse teh whole long list.
- Broadening Your Palette: Adding Dimension to Lesson Plans Using a Range of Technologies by Linda Miles (Yeshiva Univerisity), Jennifer Poggiali (Lehman College, CUNY), and Phil Poggiali (Pace University) (lots of handouts from the workshop)
- Sorting through the Clutter: Improving Instructional Design through "Card Sorting" by Andreas Orphanides and Anne Burke (North Carolina State University) (again, handouts for a workshop)
- Mixing in New Colors: Using the Train-the-Trainer Model to Create Information Literacy Co-Instructors by Patricia Hartman (Auburn University) and Valerie Perry (University of Kentucky)
- Mass Producing a Masterpiece: Designing a Required One Credit, Distributed Learning Information Literacy Course by Karen Brown and Sharon Verba (University of South Carolina)
- A Tableau Vivant: A Multimodal/MultiSensory Teaching Experience of Threshold Concepts in an Information Literacy Classroom by Kate Langan (Western Michigan University)
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Photo by Sheila Webber: hydrangea, June 2014

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