Monthly Archives: April 2020

Tips and Trends: New Issue on E-learning and Usability Testing

The ACRL Instruction Section, Instructional Technologies Committee has published their latest Tips and Trends article about E-learning and Usability Testing.  Written by Naomi Binnie and Denise Leyton, this issue explores how librarians can conduct user experience testing with different audiences in … Continue reading

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April 2020 Site of the Month

The Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online (PRIMO) Committee of the Instruction Section of ACRL is pleased to announce that a new Site of the Month interview has been posted to our committee website. April 2020 Site of the Month: University of … Continue reading

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2020 Innovation Award Winners: OER Textbook for Composition and Information Literacy

The ACRL IS Innovation Award Committee chose Sarah LeMire, Kathy Anders, and Terri Pantuso from Texas A&M University for this year’s Innovation Award. Their project, OER Textbook for Composition and Information Literacy, used an existing OER English Composition textbook and … Continue reading

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2020 Dudley Award Winner Interview: Veronica Arellano Douglas

Veronica Arellano Douglas, Instruction Coordinator at the University of Houston Libraries,  is the 2020 recipient of the Miriam Dudley Instruction Librarian Award.  2019/2020 Dudley Award Committee member Carrie Forbes conducted an interview with Veronica after she received her award.  Considering … Continue reading

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ACRL IS Teaching Methods Virtual Event: Let’s Get Visual, Visual!: New Instructional Approaches for Visual Literacy

In this presentation, three members of the ACRL Visual Literacy Task Force, Dana Statton Thompson, Sara Schumacher, and Maggie Murphy, will share teaching ideas and methods for instruction that utilize images or visual information. Attendees will learn more about the … Continue reading

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