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Teaching Ourselves developing a learning community for library instructors. Lynn Jones | Lisa Ngo | UC Berkeley LOEX 2010. Berkeley is a large decentralized campus, with more than 20 library service points. . A great deal of library instruction goes on at Berkeley. 600+ sessions

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teaching ourselves developing a learning community for library instructors

Teaching Ourselvesdeveloping a learning community for library instructors

Lynn Jones | Lisa Ngo | UC Berkeley

LOEX 2010

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A great deal of library instruction goes on at Berkeley.
  • 600+ sessions
  • 15,000+ students

photo by ben.chaney. creative commons licensed.

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Berkeley’s

Instructor Development Program

has been active since Spring 2009.

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The planning document is at

http://tinyurl.com/IDTFreport

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Themes and topics were given to us.
  • Designing events was up to us.
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A community of practice is a group

of people who share their experiences

to improve their skills.

community of practice
“Community of Practice”

http://www.ewenger.com/

topic categories
Topic categories

Educational theory

Faculty consultation and Assignment design

Designing effective instructional materials

Instructional techniques and Teaching tips

Instructional and classroom technologies

Evaluation and assessment

event types
Event types
  • Lectures / presentations by experts
  • Lightning talks
  • Journal / reading club
  • Workshops
  • Reflective practices
  • Open observation
web events
Web “events”
  • Videos to watch and blog on
  • Blogging on readings or events
  • Recorded lecture
  • LOEX encore presentations
things we haven t tried yet
Things we haven’t tried yet
  • Recording ourselves teaching
  • Teaching buddies
  • Teaching portfolio
  • Acting / voice / improv lessons
assessment
Assessment

photo by comedy_nose. creative commons licensed.

survey responses1
Survey responses
  • “... I have built a more solid group of peers that I consider go-to sources for advice ...”
  • “I have a new focus on engaging my students as a higher priority than covering content...”
  • “I have been thinking about ways... in which I can advocate for more incorporation of active learning techniques into our unit's curricula ...”
  • “... I am more conscious of instructional design when creating lesson plans...”
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The timing of events matters.
  • Everyone is very busy.
  • Our own prep time is limited.
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