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Friday, April 24 • 12:40pm - 1:30pm
Designing and Flipping Library Instruction for English Composition at a Community College

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This presentation will recount the experience of two librarians as they designed a flipped library instruction module for English composition students to finish at home prior to in-library, guided research instruction sessions. We will discuss the process by which we designed the flipped instruction to address specific ACRL information literacy standards, and then built teaching materials using a wide range of educational webtools. We will discuss the challenges we met in implementing flipped instruction for Composition students, including gaining faculty buy-in and cooperation and scheduling guided research sessions for almost 1,000 students on four campuses. Time will be given at the end of the presentation for a discussion of lessons learned and future plans for the instruction program.

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Julie Lewis

Emerging Technologies/Reference Librarian, Walters State Community College
I most enjoy designing instruction and curriculum for information literacy and integrating technology when it's helpful. I spend most of my time teaching research skills to classes and doing one-on-one research consultations.
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Audrey Shoemaker

Reference and Emerging Technologies Librarian, Walters State Community College
I love helping students learn to navigate the information landscape, both in school and outside of it. My favorite part of my job is teaching in a classroom full of interested students and using humor to keep them engaged.


Friday April 24, 2015 12:40pm - 1:30pm
Southeast Ballroom A

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