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IIG Spring Workshop 2017

Registration is now open for the Academic Library Association of Ohio’s Instruction Group Spring Workshop, “Learning from Experience: Sharing Applied Threshold Concept Methods in Instruction.” Date: Thursday, April 20 Time: 10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (Registration begins at 9:00 a.m.) … Continue reading

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Library Instruction Nirvana vs. Library Instruction Reality: Balancing & Prioritizing Instruction Strategies, Reflections by a New Librarian–Hanna Schmillen

“I just realized this week that I cannot do it all, so I will do what I can fabulously.” – Clinton Kelly, 2013 Yes, I just quoted a fashion expert and media personality, but it’s insanely relatable. As a fairly … Continue reading

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ALAO Spring Workshop: Call for Presenters

Instruction Interest Group Spring Workshop–April 20, 2017 Learning from experience: Sharing applied threshold concept methods in instruction Have you begun piloting or experimenting with applications of ACRL’s new Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education? Do you have an assignment … Continue reading

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From Concept to ePublication: Students Explore the Lifecycle of an eBook

As the primary instructor for a semester-long credit course called Information in the Digital Age, I recently had the opportunity to facilitate an ebook project that incorporates HTML coding and file conversion alongside traditional research methods. Students worked both independently … Continue reading

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