Libraries Staff Presentations
Items in this Collection
- 7Peck, Carla L.
- 6Wakaruk, Amanda
- 3Hwang, Christina
- 2Campbell, Sandy
- 2Harder, Geoffrey S.
- 2Henry, Alison
- 7University of Alberta Libraries Workshop
- 4University of Alberta Centre for Teaching and Learning
- 3Active Learning
- 3Centre for Teaching and Learning
- 3Copyright Act review
What is "Backwards Design"? Why should I use it? What is the process? Putting the "work" in "workshop": identifying goals, writing clear and specific learning objectives, determining acceptable evidence of learning, designing effective learning activities.
Define blended learning. Describe the characteristics of a flipped classroom. Identify the benefits and constraints of flipped classes. Identify some best practices associated with flipping a course. Begin to imagine and/or create some "flipped" experiences for a workshop/session.
Over the last several years, many academic libraries have engaged in institution-wide outreach efforts promoting the value of research data management and the importance of data archiving and sharing. A happy result of this work is that PIs leading research projects that are concluding are now...
Presentation that accompanied a Creative Commons Canada community call about Crown copyright.
What should librarians be thinking about or be aware of when it comes to indigenizing their instruction? How can librarians respectfully engage in these practices in their sessions with students and instructors?
Presentation Slides regarding an Academic Resident project on user experience of Interlibrary Loan Service within the University of Alberta Libraries. This presentation features a breakdown of the project's plans for the course of Fall '17 and Winter '18 terms, as well as a brief summary of...
This presentation outlines the beginning intentions and processes for an Academic Resident Project at the University of Alberta Libraries. The intention of the project was to conduct interviews with faculty members, course designers and students in order to better understand the library services...
As library sessions are typically one-shot sessions with limited time, it is difficult to gauge students’ comprehension of the subject matter. Since opportunities for post-session assessment is limited, there is a need to effectively evaluate students’ learning in class. Kahoot, an open-source,...
Slides from a University of Alberta Libraries (UAL) Academic Resident Project presentation. This project involves researching the needs of faculty with respect to library reserve services, examining the impact UAL's Course Textbook Initiative has had on students, conducting an environmental scan...