Three pairs of eyes are better than one: the selection, implementation, and scalability of technology in the information literacy classroom

While the use of technology in the library instruction classroom is widespread, the implementation of technology can often be a case of trial and error. Instruction librarians from small (8,514 students), medium (19,653 students), and large (37,665 students) universities will explain how they collaborate in order to select academic technologies, discuss their experiences with classroom implementation, and explore how technology can help or hinder the teaching of ACRL Framework concepts. There will be a focus on technology selection, scalability among varying institution sizes, and when it’s best to use technology in order to replace “traditional” teaching methods.

Intermediate Library Operations
Location: Room 4 Date: November 11, 2017 Time: 10:45 am - 11:05 am Alex Boucher Kayla Johnson photo of Karlie Johnson Karlie Johnson