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Title:Innovative Teaching Strategies and Conventional Approaches for Enhanced Learning in a Global Information Environment
Author(s):Chancellor, Renate; Lee, Shari; Hands, Africa; Tucker, Virginia; Bossaller, Jenny; Adkins, Denice; Kleinsorge, Jamie; Mehra, Bharat; Poole, Alex; Agosto, Denise; Alman, Susan; Faires, Debbie
Subject(s):Continuing education
Critical pedagogy
Social media apps
Scholarly communication
Community engagement
GIS
Social justice
Abstract:This SIG session features five panels that will share innovative ideas on teaching and learning in LIS. Each panel will showcase a novel approaches to pedagogy that attendees will find useful. Agosto and Poole discuss Community-Based Librarianship, a postbaccalaureate certificate program being developed at Drexel University. In Determining Community Needs with CARES, Bossaller, Adkins, and Kleinsorge demonstrate how the CARES Engagement Network, a free online resource, can be used in the LIS curriculum. Hands and Tucker discuss The 7-Slide Update: A Pedagogical Tool for Enriching Scholarly Communication, a guided approach that focuses on key dimensions of doctoral work. Alman and Faires provide an overview of the social media apps in use by iSchool faculty at San Jose State University in Extend Learning Beyond the Classroom with Social Media & Cloud-based Apps: Connecting, Communicating and Transforming LIS Education. In Social Justice Design and Implementation: Transforming LIS Education. Mehra discusses his critical pedagogies and reflective practices as an instructor of three graduate courses taught in LIS at the University of Alabama. Presentations will be followed by an interactive question and answer session.
Issue Date:2020-10-13
Series/Report:Continuing Education
Pedagogy
Online Learning
Social Justice
Information Literacy
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Type:Text
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/108790
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-10-09


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