Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Teaching LIS Students to Teach: An “Unconference” Session at ALA conference

I think this is only of use to people going to the American Library Association conference (January 7-11 2011). Teaching LIS Students to Teach: An “Unconference” Session is on 7 January 2011 in San Diego, USA. It is a session aimed at people (like me) who leach library and information students how to teach information literacy. It is facilitated by James Elmborg, Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, Megan Oakleaf, and Melissa Wong.
I have been teaching the Education for Information Literacy module for the first time this semester here in Sheffield (and we do cover teaching aspects in a coupleof other modules, notably Educational Informatics), but I won't be able to get to San Diego, unfortunately...
Photo by Sheila Webber: Canwatch is over


Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe said...

Thanks for sharing this Sheila. FYI that the session is actually part of the ALISE conference - not ALA - but we did ask for it to be scheduled on Friday to accommodate those who might be coming for ALA. Best, Lisa

Sheila Webber said...

Sorry about the mistake!