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Track: Pedagogy: Instructional Nuts and Bolts [clear filter]
Thursday, May 7


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 Digging Deeper: Using Metadata to Teach ACRL Framework Concepts TBALorna Dawes Don't You Forget About Me: Learning Boosters to Improve Instruction Recall TBAAlexandra Rivera • Alex Deeke 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 Information "Lit": Using Rap, Trap, Hip-Hop, and Chill to Deliver Library Instruction TBADarlene Johnson-Bignotti Teaching Contextual Authority to First Year Students Using a Bracket-Style Information Tournament TBANatalie Mahan • Samantha Bishop Simmons We Can Do It (And So Can You!) Creating an Active Learning Environment in your Library TBAEmily Metcalf • Patricia Hernandez Connecting Science and Community: Engaging the ACRL Framework in a Physics Seminar Course TBAChristine Elliott Engineering Critical Pedagogy for Online Library Courses: A Blueprint for Librarians TBAKatie Greer From Individual to Programmatic Educational Equity: A Blueprint for Inclusive Teaching Practices, Dismantling Deficit Thinking, and Shifting Broader Library Culture TBAFrancesca Marineo • Chelsea Heinbach High-Flex Lesson Planning: A Sustainable Approach to Information Literacy TBABrandon K. West I'm Just Here for the Comments: Social Media, Storytelling, and Source Evaluation TBALane Wilkinson IL IRL: Using Institutional History to Innovate the Information Literacy Course Online and Beyond TBAJasmine Woodson • Heather Simoneau • Carrie Baldwin-SoRelle Lie versus Lie: Disassembling Disinformation Piece by Piece TBAEva Sclippa Survey of Information Literacy Instructional Practices in Community College Libraries in Florida and New York TBAMelissa Gross • Don Latham • Felicia Warren Talk Less, Listen More in the Classroom: Employing Cultural Wealth Theory and Reflective Practice to Center the Voices of Students TBAKelleen Maluski Tune Up your #critlib Toolkit: Scaffolding Critical Information Literacy Discussions with Upper Level Students TBAErin Durham