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Using Design Thinking and Project Management in the Design and Development of a Digital Literacy Initiative
(Virginia Tech, 2018-10-24)
This presentation introduces an innovative instructional design model, based on agile and design thinking principles for the design and development of digital literacy initiatives at a higher education institution. The ...
Optimizing the Field Through a Curriculum Mapping Initiative
This presentation shares a new model of curriculum mapping to demonstrate how library instruction programs can make connections between high profile campus initiatives and library instruction. While this model was designed ...
Student, teacher, and partner: Understanding and supporting the many roles of graduate teaching assistants
As instructors for many core undergraduate courses, graduate teaching assistants (GTAs) are important university library partners in learning and information literacy. But as novice teachers and budding scholars themselves, ...
Reaching Over the Fence: Building Partnerships With New Teaching Neighbors
As more contingent faculty, graduate teaching assistants, and other new instructors move into the instructional neighborhood, librarians face a familiar challenge: collaborating with teaching and learning partners who may ...
Blazing a Trail for Literacy Exploration Through Design Thinking
As learners navigate increasingly complex information wilds and explore new forms of creation, libraries are discussing and supporting a variety of literacies, including data, invention, health, information, media, visual, ...
Building a Balanced Portfolio: Investing in TAs and Other Contingent Faculty
This presentation explores approaches for collaborating with course instructors to move beyond the one-shot workshop, using library engagement with first year writing at a large university as a case study. With increasing ...