SATURDAY JUNE 23, 8:00 am – 10:00 am
When Worlds Collide: An AASL and Common Core Mash Up (AASL)
A practical application of the AASL “Planning Guide for Empowering Learners” and Common Core Standards happens in unexpected ways and across great divides as divergent worlds of public/private, urban/suburban, teacher/administrator, AASL/ Common Core Standards collude/collide. National Board Certified school librarian Susannah Tamarkin and Academic Dean Tiffany Della Vedova present ready-to-go adapted planning and evaluation techniques that challenge participants to recognize opportunities in the face of impediments. Twitter #aaslcommoncore; ithsnyclibrary.wikispaces.com
Grown Ups Just Want to Have Fun! Library Play Programming for College Students of All Ages
Research shows that adults that play tend to be more creative and curious in their approach to learning and work. Pauline Lynch Shostack, Electronic Resources Librarian, will share her sabbatical research findings about the benefits of play and give an overview of current library play programs offered at academic libraries. This presentation will also provide an opportunity to try some play activities yourself!
Subjects: Games and Gaming, Outreach Services
Speakers: Scott Nicholson, Associate Professor, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University; Pauline Lynch Shostack, Associate Professor/Electronic Resources Librarian, Onondaga Community College; Mary Snyder Broussard, Instructional Services Librarian, Lycoming College; Fantasia A. Thorne, Learning Commons Librarian, Syracuse University
Embedded Librarian Best Practices: You can do it, we can help
Embedded librarianship is not a new term, however, for librarians being partnered with faculty in online classrooms it is becoming a critical job component. As attendees arrive to the session, they will be asked to contribute a tip or frustration of embedding which will be integrated into the program. Following a brief history on embedding, a panel will discuss different types of embedding models as they involve the audience with interactive audience polling.
Subjects: Distance Learning, Instruction, Outreach Services, Reference Services, Virtual Communities and Libraries
Moderators:, Deborah A. Nolan, Dean of University Libraries, Towson University
Speakers: Paul Betty, Distance Learning Librarian, Regis University; Kathleen A. Langan, Humanities Librarian, Western Michigan University; Krista McDonald, Director, Rentschler Library, Miami University Hamilton; Kathleen Pickens-French, Public Services Librarian, Miami University Hamilton
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