NFORMATON LTERACY Taking the ‘I’ out of Instruction. Erin Davis, Joe Eshleman , Suzanne Hinnefeld , Tiffany McGregor, Julie Zamostny. Learning Objectives. Identify 4 non-traditional methods of teaching in order to improve your instruction toolbox
NFORMATON LTERACYTaking the ‘I’ out of Instruction
Erin Davis, Joe Eshleman,
Suzanne Hinnefeld, Tiffany McGregor,
Groovin’ at a library open house
Suzanne Hinnefeld - Goshen College
Students who have had a positive
introduction to libraries report higher
use throughout their four years.
Planning a large scale open house
Involve teaching faculty, library faculty and staff in the planning.
Define student learning objectives
Gifts, limericks, schedules
Dress rehearsal, adjustments
I loved the groove in!!! It was quite an adventure!
Thank you for making the orientation interesting.
I’ll take information literacy for 500
Johnson & Wales University - Charlotte
Using role-playing to engage ESL students
Western Maryland Regional Library System
© Original Artist
Ik houd van te leren
я люблю выучить
αγαπώ να μάθω
Step 1: Match learning outcomes with methods
Step 2: Planning a Role-Play
Involve the class in the plan
Assess group cohesion
Step 3: Choosing the content
Step 4: Results & Implementation
Step 5: Evaluation and Assessment
Talk amongst yourselves: Problem-based learning with groups
Erin Davis – Utah State University
Tiffany McGregor – Neumann University
Problem based learning [PBL]
is an educational method that
uses problems as the starting
point for student learning.
First-Year English Composition
Create research plan
Support claims & evidence
Should fast food restaurants be held accountable for contributing to obesity in America?
“The most helpful information I was given this semester was the database information…it really helped me with a few papers. Not just with my English papers.”
“(A)ctually doing them, hands-on was great.”
“The hands-on experience!”
Bligh, J. (1995). Problem based, small group learning. BMJ, 311, 342-343.
Kelly, M. (2002). Making the grade. Chicago: ALA.
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