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Audrey Gunn, Mississippi State University
Recently, the Mississippi State University Libraries redesigned our orientation session for incoming distance students; our goal was to more clearly focus the orientation on key concepts, while also personalizing the content. This poster describes how we applied principles of backward design and active learning to achieve our goal.
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About the Presenter:
Audrey Gunn is the Instruction/Distance Education Librarian and an Assistant Professor at Mississippi State University.