Privacy Literacy Reboot: Grounding Practice in Theory
Challenging Deficit Thinking in Academic Libraries: Ideas and Applications
Make Small Changes, Get Inclusive Results: Bringing Universal Design into Library Instruction
Critical Reading for Learning and Social Change: A Panel Discussion
Embedding Scholarly Communication In Your Instruction Practice: A Coordinated Approach
Teaching from the Archives: Creating Student -Centered Instruction with Archival Materials
Extreme Makeover: A Blueprint for Redefining the Role of the Liaison Librarian in the Academic Library
They’ve Already Come (Now We Need to Build It): Constructing a First-Year Experience for Graduate Students
Aligning to the Framework: An Assessment of Practices
Where to Begin? Advice to Instruction Librarians for Building Strong Relationships With Faculty
Applying Design Thinking to Information Literacy Instruction
Thinking Like a First-Year Student: Academic Librarians’ Changing Educational Roles
Slides, discussion notes and discussion mindmap available via Google Slides.
Teaching the Art of the Academic Dialog: Dialogism, Agnotology, & Threshold Concepts in the IL Lesson Plan
Session recording, available via YouTube.
Graduate, Transfer, and Non-Traditional Students: Surprises, Skills, and Support
Culture Building & Change Agency: Vital Abilities for Advancing Information Literacy
Establishing and Publicizing Library Instruction with Educators
Library Instruction in Tough Economic Times
Affective Learning Outcomes for Library Instruction – should we, could we, and how would we?
1. Helping Students Transition to College
2. Paving the path: How are academic libraries supporting undergraduate researchers?
1. What Works? Sharing Best Practices for Teaching Information Literacy Online
2. Beyond the Basics: Teaching Students through Experiential Research
1. Teacher Proficiencies: Applying Proficiency Standards for Instruction Librarians in Your Library
2. Using Discovery-Based Learning to Engage Students with Information Literacy
1. Mobile Learning Best Practice for Information Literacy
2. Teaching 2.0: What are the Pedagogical Implications of Social Technologies
1. Academic Library Instruction in an Online Learning Environment
2. Using the Social Web to Promote and Enhance Information Literacy
1. Teaching Disabled Students : Emphasis On Their Abilities, Not Their Disabilities
2. Assessment: We know we should do it but does it have to be so difficult?
Information Literacy in Learning Communities: What? Why? How?
1. E-Learning Spaces: Librarians in Course Management Systems
2. Gaming in Library Instruction
Research Instruction in a Web 2.0 World