Assn. of College & Research Libraries
During this webcast the co-editors of Digital Humanities in the Library: Challenges and Opportunities for Subject Specialists will discuss their recent book, give tips and suggestions for subject specialists interested in working with digital humanities projects, and give details on several case studies covered in the book.
Critical library instruction, situated within critical pedagogy, examines power and privilege in the classroom and beyond. Through this webcast, participants will begin to situate this praxis for their own roles as librarian educators.
Learn some effective techniques of instructional design and web usability that any librarian can apply to make online guides better and more useful to your students, whether you’re using LibGuides or a home-brew system.
This webcast will cover the basics of planning for and executing focus groups at your library, and introduces some simple strategies for translating the collected data into actionable goals and tasks.
This multi-week online course introduces the concept of the learning organization and plants the message of employee ownership, serving as a starting point for the shift towards employee autonomy and an ownership mindset.
What is the 21st century library? Will it be a makerspace, a learning commons, or a sustainer of collections? Through an examination of collection development trends, this webcast will explore the political currents converging in libraries and higher education that are obfuscating our community-oriented values in favor of privatization.