Wednesday 12th June, 2013
1:30pm to 4:45pm
Are you currently involved in planning lessons toward information literacy efforts? Do you use technology in your teaching to actively engage students in the learning process? Do you collaborate with professors to connect their specific content to non-disciplinary concepts/skills (e.g., information literacy)? If you answered yes to any of these, you might be a secret ID agent without even knowing it. In this hands-on workshop, we will expose your inner ID, setting you on a course where existing skills align with the greater mission of promoting and assisting faculty in the creation of learning environments that are collaborative, engaging and technologically rich. Your mission - should you choose to accept - will include brainstorming, group work, self-reflection, discussion, and scenario-based problem solving.
Michelle Costello, Education/Instructional Design Librarian at SUNY Geneseo, is liaison to the School of Education and provides reference help and library instruction to students, faculty and community members. Michelle earned her MLS from Syracuse University and a BA in Psychology and Elementary Education from St. John Fisher College.
Corey Ha, a technology enthusiast for the past 20+ years, has been involved with K–12 and higher education. In his current role at Milne Library, he assists users with integrating technology in instruction. Corey earned his MLS at SUNY Buffalo and an MS in Information Technology at Capella University.
With much success working and teaching collaboratively with SUNY Geneseo professors, Kimberly Davies Hoffman now leads the library’s Instruction & Reference Services program, is a member of the library’s Instructional Design, Assessment, Scholarly Communications, Web, and Management teams, and has been an active collaborator for programs like LILAC and RYSAG.
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