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Transforming Pedagogy & Curriculum with Information Literacy. LSTA: Librarian as Instructional Leader Summer 2010 - LMDC Update. 2009-2010 Summary. Mini-Grant Authentic Assessment Projects Elluminate update session ATL Conference Presentation : “Collaborations that Work ” PILR Project

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transforming pedagogy curriculum with information literacy

Transforming Pedagogy & Curriculum with Information Literacy

LSTA: Librarian as Instructional Leader

Summer 2010 - LMDC Update

2009 2010 summary
2009-2010 Summary
  • Mini-Grant Authentic Assessment Projects
    • Elluminate update session
    • ATL Conference Presentation : “Collaborations that Work”
  • PILR Project
  • Summer Emerging Technology Workshop
mini grants
Mini-Grants
  • Many focused on developmental and ESL
  • A librarian is working on an analysis and summary of the 2009-2010 projects
emerging technology il teaching workshop
Emerging Technology & IL Teaching Workshop
  • About 45 participants, including some discipline faculty
  • 2 great keynote speakers
  • Fantastic food

Many thanks to Katy Dichter for help planning!!

workshop what they liked
Workshop – what they liked
  • The keynote speakers provided an insightful, relevant and coherent framework for our work. I loved learning about the new technologies available for information literacy.
  • Discussion of what Information Literacy instruction should be about; demonstration of web tools.
  • Nick and Anne Marie's four guiding questions to ask when considering adopting a new technology or evaluating an existing one.The project management portion is directly applicable to some of my work, too.
workshop what they plan as a result
Workshop - what they plan as a result…
  • Completely overhaul the way I teach students about research process--the academic model I learned 20 years ago is no longer the way I research, so why should I still be teaching it?
  • Work more closely and continually with the library staff at my school, to implement projects specific to online teaching.
  • Create an information literacy teaching plan (one that is written not just in my head). Also to incorporate more engaging activities into my lessons.
  • Manage projects effectively by not being overly concerned about the risks involved in embarking into a new project.
wassail special event
WASSAIL – Special Event

What

  • Live training for open sources assessment tool
  • Funds for travel & stipend available

When

  • Wed. August 18, 2010

Where

  • Bellevue College

Space still available!

To register: email lkanne@sccd.ctc.edu

pilr updates
PILR Updates

Rubrics

  • June 3, 2010 – Rubric Norming in Bellevue with Megan Oakleaf
  • Additional rubric work in July and August

Teams

  • Teams at 10 colleges – now collecting student learning data
  • Teams at 3 more colleges begin in fall 2010
  • New teams invited to apply to start in winter & spring 2010
  • Literature Review is complete & posted
pilr research teams 2010
PILR: Research Teams: 2010

Starting Winter

Lower Columbia

Pierce - Ft. Steilacoom

South Seattle (two teams)

Skagit Valley

Starting Spring

Clover Park

Lake Washington

Pierce – Puyallup

Wenatchee Valley

Whatcom

Starting Fall

Walla Walla (2)

Columbia Basin (2)

Highline (3)

Quarter 1

Plan & design

Quarter 2

Norm, Implement, Report & Revise

Quarter 3

Implement, Report, Revise

Quarter 4

Implement, Report

2010 2011 preview
2010-2011 Preview
  • Continue PILR
  • Shift focus to “Rising Junior”
    • Fall workshop
    • Mini-grants
  • Summer 2011 Workshop: Custom ACRL “Immersion” event
lsta steering committee
LSTA Steering Committee

Deb, Myra, Wai-Fong, Katy Dichter, and Lynn

Another volunteer dean?

Special thanks to Mindy & Jon as well as Maureen Pettit (SVC) for their work on PILR project.