Recorded on Thursday, April 2, 2015, this forward looking webcast examines the trends and emerging technologies that will impact higher education & academic libraries in the year 2020. Our panelists share their vision of what colleges & universities along with their libraries will look like as well as the trends they will have responded to in order to remain competitive in the new environment. (Click the title above to see the entire description and access the recording.)
On October 22, 2014 Sherri Hope Culver,
Associate Professor at Temple University shared a wide range of apps and online activities that many teachers are using (or could use) in the classroom. Ms. Culver provides an overview of each app or online activity, showed the basics of their use, and shared ways each app could be integrated into numerous classroom activities and subject areas. (Click the title above to see the entire description and access the recording.)
On September 18, 2014 participants enjoyed a webcast presentation and discussion with Nichole Martin
and Ross Martin
. Librarians have actively produced tutorials as an extension of reference services, classroom teaching, directional tools, and promotional items for years. Video tutorials provide libraries a way to meet online learners at their place and time of need. (Click the title above to see the entire description and access the recording.)
On Thursday April 10, 2014 over 200 attendees joined together for a thoughtful and educational webcast on The Future of Librarianship: A Blended Perspective by Amanda Hovious. Hovious shared how she moved from a career in librarianship to her active pursuit of a masters degree in instructional design and technology. One of her sources of inspiration for deciding to shift the direction of her career was Bell and Shank’s 2004 article on Blended Librarianship. (Click the title above to see the entire description and access the recording.)
Peer Reviewed Instructional Materials Online (PRIMO), is a repository of online instructional projects created by librarians to teach people about discovering, accessing and evaluating information in networked environments. The PRIMO Committee, affiliated with the ACRL Instruction Section, is charged with reviewing and maintaining PRIMO. It works to publicize selective, high quality resources will help librarians to respond to the educational challenges posed by still emerging digital technologies.