Date Recorded: Monday, August 10, 2020
Time Recorded: 12:00 pm–1:00 pm EDT
Presented by: Keep Teaching Faculty Development Group
Traditionally, library instruction is most often delivered by one-shot sessions in the physical classroom. However, there are intentional library instruction models that extend beyond one-shots including remote presentations, learning objects, Canvas modules, digital badges, and embedded librarianship. What will library instruction look like in the fall? How can instructors and instructional designers work with the library with the goal of improving the capabilities of students and easy access to credible resources. This presentation covers the goals and benefits of library instruction as well as details of the specific modes of library instruction that will be the most feasible options for the fall.