This week I’m in stunning Oahu speaking at the Hawaii Library Association. I’m super thrilled to have been invited to this amazing place and to have been lucky enough to bring my family along. Mahalo HLA!!!
This post contains my presentation slides and links to the things I mentioned in my presentations. I hope these resources are useful!
1. Free and Cheap Technologies to Supercharge your Teaching
- Tools for Point of Need and/or Mobile Instruction
- QR Code Treasure Hunt Generator
- Where in the Library is Carmen Sandiego?
- Gamification and Badges
- Tools for Synchronous Online Instruction
- Tools for Movie-Making
- Tools for Engagement
- Tools for Assessment
- Infographics tools
2. Sustainable Information Literacy Instruction: Beyond the One-Shot
Based on a presentation given with colleague Amy Hofer at the 2013 OLA/WLA Joint Conference.
Links and Citations:
- Orr, D., Appleton, M., & Wallin, M. (2001). Information literacy and flexible delivery: Creating a conceptual framework and model.The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 27(6), 457-463. doi: 10.1016/S0099-1333(01)00263-4
- Badke, William B. “Can’t get no respect: helping faculty to understand the educational power of information literacy.” The Reference Librarian 43.89-90 (2005): 63-80.
- Bowler, Meagan and Kori Street. “Investigating the efficacy of embedment: experiments in information literacy integration.”Reference Services Review 36.4 (2008): 438-449.
- Van Epps, Amy and Megan Sapp Nelson. “One-shot or Embedded? Assessing Different Delivery Timing for Information Resources Relevant to Assignments.”Evidence-Based Library and Information Practice 8.1 (2013): 438-449.
- Wang, Rui (2006). “The Lasting Impact of a Library Credit Course”. Portal, 6 (1), p. 79.
- Phelps, Sue F., Heidi E.K. Senior and Karen R. Diller. “Learning from each other: a report on information literacy programs at Orbis Cascade Alliance libraries.” Collaborative Librarianship 3.3 (2011): 140-153.
- Portland State University Library Learning Objects Database
- Source code for LMS Widget from Portland State
- Freshman Inquiry Guide for Instructors and Mentors
- UNST 107 Portland FRINQ Theme guide
- UNST FRINQ Guide for Students Research
- Library Support for Assignment Design guide
- “Assigning Inquiry: How Handouts for Research Assignments Guide Today’s College Students,” Alison J. Head and Michael B. Eisenberg, Project Information Literacy Progress Report, University of Washington’s Information School, July 13, 2010.
- Research Assignment Rubric from GVSU
- Library DIY