Instruction Interest Group

Sara Klink, Stark State College
Melissa Bauer, Kent State University, Stark campus; IIG co-chairs

The Instruction Interest Group is excited to begin working on programming for the upcoming year. We have recently formed our new planning committee and look forward to welcoming back a few committee members from last year and getting to know our new members! Additionally, we are still moving forward with our instruction blog and are still accepting guest posts.   Blog topics we are looking for include:

  • Innovative uses of instructional tools (particularly those related to new technologies)
  • One-shot instruction ideas
  • Keeping instruction interesting
  • Collaborating with departmental faculty
  • Assessment (of one-shot sessions, of the program, of librarian teachers)
  • Impact of the revision of ACRL’s IL competency standards on instruction
  • Teaching and learning with web scale discovery

Interested parties may submit proposals at this google form: docs.google.com/forms/d/1ncWdHPW_9-Wx9xhGSaOwJE4Hi0x0vQorgk0SVcuMGBI/viewform

Please keep an eye out for details about upcoming Instruction Interest Group programming!

A final tip: Don’t overlook this new version of the ACRL Scholarly Communication Tool Kit:  acrl.ala.org/scholcomm/

This entry was posted in Vol. 32 no. 3 (Dec. 2014) and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

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