Lessons for the Librarian: 10 Tips for Teaching the One-Shot Instruction Session at ALA 2013

Hope those of you attending ALA in Chicago will consider joining us at our panel…

Lessons for the Librarian: 10 Tips for Teaching the One-Shot Instruction Session
Sunday, June 30, 1:00-2:30 pm
McCormick Place Convention Center, S405

Panelists:
Jennifer Corbin, Head, Center for Library User Education, Tulane University
Debra Gilchrist, Vice President for Learning and Student Success, Pierce College
Randy Hensley, Head of Information Services, Baruch College – CUNY
Steven Hoover, Senior Assistant Librarian, Syracuse University
Patricia Iannuzzi, Dean of Libraries, University of Nevada – Las Vegas
Michelle Millet, Library Director, John Carroll University
Megan Oakleaf, Associate Professor, Syracuse University
Beth Woodard, Staff Development and Training Librarian, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Abstract:
Academic librarians teach every day. They teach diverse audiences in a variety of venues, but one teaching scenario remains quintessential: the one-shot library instruction session. In recognition of the centrality of the “one-shot,” this panel shares time-tested “lessons” for librarians that teach in this format. These lessons provide a range of strategies for developing pedagogically sound one-shot library instruction sessions and can be grouped loosely into three categories: planning, delivery, and integration.

Conference Schedule Link: http://ala13.ala.org/node/10064

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