Poster Description: This video poster will explore how a group of librarians from different fields utilized Creative Commons licenced instructional objects created and shared by other institutions and collaborated to mix them for their own purpose and institution using a music/DJ theme.
Poster: There is also a Remix Rubric in addition to the poster below.
Presenter Names: Rebecca Nowicki, Suzanne Maguire, and Sarah Tribelhorn
Presenter Bios: Rebecca Nowicki, Online Learning Librarian, leads San Diego State University Library’s online instruction program. She designs learning objects that foster active engagement and meet students and faculty at their point of need to empower information literate learners that are adaptable to the changing information landscape of the 21st Century.
Suzanne Maguire is an Assistant Librarian in Research & Instruction at San Diego State University. She teaches library instruction sessions for first year students and citation management software for grad students and faculty. She believes in an strengths-based, critical information literacy approach to reference and instructional design. Suzanne is interested in exploring ways in which social connections and diverse perspectives contribute to student joy and learning.
Sarah Tribelhorn is the Sciences Librarian at San Diego State University. She has a passion for information literacy and instruction and how to make the frameworks for these sustainable in academic libraries. She has extensive experience in metadata and indexing, building scientific bibliographic databases, and writing and editing scientific research.