With the fall semester right around the corner, the SUNYLA Information Literacy Committee (SILC) is hosting an Ed Tech Showcase on August 10, 11, and 12, 2020 (from 10:00am to 2:00pm EST) via Zoom. The showcase will feature up to 12 technology demonstrations that last ~45 minutes in length. Our intention is to record these sessions and place them on this blog for your reference.
SILC is soliciting proposals from members interested in sharing an educational technology tool or program they have found helpful for engaging students in information literacy in virtual or face-to-face environments. Submit a proposal by completing this Google form by Monday, August 3, 2020.
There will be a schedule of events with Zoom links sent out to the SUNYLA-L discussion list once the schedule is finalized.
Any questions can be directed to westb[at]geneseo.edu.
Megan Benson (Binghamton)
Holly Kuhl (Cayuga CC)
Don Simmons Jr. (Westchester CC)
Brandon West (Geneseo)
The SUNYLA Information Literacy Committee will be holding an informal community conversation next week on Wednesday, July 22 from 1-2pm via Zoom. We plan to discuss active learning strategies for synchronous and physically-distanced instruction. If you have examples of how you have promoted active learning in one of these contexts, we’d love to hear about it!
We will not be recording this meeting, so that participants can feel comfortable speaking frankly about any concerns they might have.
Email westb[at]geneseo.edu for the Zoom meeting link.
We hope to see you there!
Learning together: Case studies in implementing faculty learning communities around information literacy
Presented by Jenny Dale, UNC Greensboro; Joanna Gadsby, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Hazel McClure, Grand Valley State University; Debbie Morrow, Grand Valley State University; Heather Snapp , Florida Gulf Coast University; Katy Sullivan, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Tuesday, July 21st 1pm CT until 2pm EST
Sponsored by the ACRL ULS Professional Development Committee
Have you ever wished that you had more time to engage with teaching faculty and other instructors at your institution about information literacy in a more in-depth way? In this panel presentation, librarians from four different institutions will share their experiences working with information literacy-focused faculty learning communities.