Tuesday, December 17, 2013

FREE Canvas MOOC > Teaching Library Research Strategies > January 27 2014 - March 2 2014

The migration of print resources to electronic formats has changed how instructional librarians teach students how to use the library effectively. The library has also changed to learning spaces and zones with less space for print resources. In this course, an experienced academic librarian will share his techniques and strategies for getting students engaged in the art of library research. A balanced approach to information literacy instruction including games, active learning, and using media literacy to get students enjoying their time in the library will be explored.

Source and Enrollment Link Available At:

[ttps://www.canvas.net/courses/teaching-library-research-strategies]

Modules:

Module 1: Teaching Library Research Strategies - Overview, what to expect, all about Canvas

Module 2: Understanding Information Literacy - A resourceful module on how to teach students about information literacy in the context of their world

Module 3: Knowing your Audience - Tips and strategies on how you can "get" connected with all students, learn who they are, be proactive and get to know them

Module 4: Designing Engaging Learning Experiences - Understanding the basics of instructional design, plan, plan, plan

Module 5: Developing your Style - Creating a teaching style that fits you!  Get in front of that mirror or empty classroom and teach

Module 6: Creating Your List of Strategies - Creating your own theme to get students engaged.  Answer the question: what is on your list?
Source Keith Rocci, M. Ed, Instructor

[https://www.canvas.net/courses/teaching-library-research-strategies#]





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