This poster is part of the Distance Library Instruction Virtual Poster Session hosted by the ACRL DLS Instruction Committee. We encourage you to ask questions and engage in discussion on this poster! Authors will respond to comments between April 1-5.
Alex Stark, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Sheila Stoeckel, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and I-Pang Fu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
This poster covers our experience designing online competency-based micro-courses to engage students with information literacy threshold concepts. It emphasizes how we leveraged local expertise; how distance students were able to engage; and the various strategies for identifying the skills and competencies that would benefit students.
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About the Presenters:
Alex Stark is the E-Learning Librarian for UW-Madison Libraries. She coordinates and leads the libraries’ e-learning program, including the design, development, and assessment of online instructional content and services. Alex collaborates with campus partners to develop processes and systems that facilitate the sharing, re-purposing, and delivery of e-learning content.
Sheila Stoeckel is the Director for Teaching & Learning for UW-Madison Libraries. Sheila has over a decade of experience in designing both residential and online research-based curriculum, information literacy support, and project management. She oversees information literacy and research instruction for 30+ campus library locations.
I-Pang Fu is the Learning & Innovation Program Manager for the Division of Continuing studies. He specializes in online learning, competency-based education, and learning innovation at the UW-Madison.