Loading…
avatar for Matt Armstrong

Matt Armstrong

BYU, Harold B. Lee Library
Experiential Studio and Online Learning Supervisor
matt_armstrong@byu.edu
Thursday, May 7
 

TBA

Automating Research: Using Habit Theory to Inform a Credit-bearing Course TBAMegan Benson Critical, Compassionate, and Collaborative Pedagogy: Supporting First-Generation Student Success through Learning Communities TBAAmy Pajewski Getting Started with Data Visualization: Pivot, Reflect, and Create (and Reflect Again!) TBANatalia Lopez How Much Time Do You Have? Quick and Flexible Activities to Add Some Metacognition to your One-shot Information Literacy Sessions TBAJennifer Jarson • Rachel Hamelers The Q in Quality: Creating Data Visualizations for Library Instruction Storytelling TBAShawn McCann • Rebeca Peacock We Can Do It (And So Can You!) Creating an Active Learning Environment in your Library TBAEmily Metcalf • Patricia Hernandez We Can Play It! Reinvigorate Introductory Library Instruction with Game-based Learning TBAZoeanna Mayhook • Jeffrey Beck Can't Teach Information Literacy to ALL Students? Why Not Teach their Instructors? TBAHeather Snapp Connecting Science and Community: Engaging the ACRL Framework in a Physics Seminar Course TBAChristine Elliott From Anecdotes to Data: Leveraging Our Assessment Toolkit to Determine How a New Curriculum Measures Up TBARachel Wishkoski • Katie Strand • Alex Sundt High-Flex Lesson Planning: A Sustainable Approach to Information Literacy TBABrandon K. West Re-Imagine the Way You Market E-Learning Resources Using Trends from a Nationwide Survey TBAJen Saulnier • Teagan Eastman Rebuilding Our Instruction Evaluation Forms from the Ground Up TBALauren deLaubell Setting a Foundation of Instructional Assessment: Building and Revising a Student Learning Assessment Plan TBAAshley Blinstrub • Maoria Kirker SIFTing and Four-Moving Online: Opportunities and Challenges with Teaching Lateral Reading through an Online Module TBAAndrea Baer • Dan Kipnis Stepping Back from the Line: How We Stopped Teaching and Built a Stronger Program TBAAnne C. Behler We Can Lead It! New Leaders of Existing Information Literacy Programs TBAJennifer Ditkoff • Elizabeth M. Johns • Eric Resnis We Keep Moving Forward: Opening New Doors to Information Literacy with Augmented Reality TBAAmber Sewell What is "Student Engagement"? Collaborating with Student Life to Create Trivia Night Events TBAJen Fiero Why is My Heart Beating So Fast? Librarian Experiences with Teaching Anxiety TBAKacy Lundstrom • Britt Fagerheim