Blended Librarian Webcast: Opening New Windows of Opportunity: Creating Breakthrough Instructional Experiences

Blended Librarian Webcast: Opening New Windows of Opportunity: Creating Breakthrough Instructional Experiences
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Steven Bell and John Shank, co-founders of the Blended Librarians Online Learning Community and their guest, Brian Mathews, invite you to join the next Blended Librarian community event, “Opening New Windows of Opportunity: Creating Breakthrough Instructional Experiences” On Thursday, June 5, 2008 at 3 pm. EST.

Event Description:

Brian Mathews will speak on “breakthrough opportunities” as he shares his latest ideas on creating interactive library experiences for students. This session will feature tactics for engaging students in both the classroom as well as in digital environments. Brian will also discuss possibilities for the library and librarians to become a more integrated part of campus and will highlight his ubiquitous “push-out” philosophy.


Guest Speaker Bio:

Brian Mathewsis the User Experience Librarian at Georgia Tech. He frequency writes and speaks on the topics of marketing, assessment, and user interactions. His blog, The Ubiquitous Librarian, frequently describes many of his on-going projects aimed at making the library a more user-centered experience.

Although this event is free, advance registration is required.

Edited to add the link to registration – http://home.learningtimes.net/library?go=1199293

(Yes, it was rescheduled from the May date)

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