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Friday, October 18 • 10:30am - 11:20am
Get Active! Active Learning Techniques for Library Instruction

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Join a conversation about teaching methods beyond database demonstrations! Active learning allows the library audience to feel more engaged and excited about the material they are discovering. In this interactive session, academic librarians will share techniques they have used to enliven their instruction sessions and then lead a group conversation about strategies for active learning. Participants will delve into new and fun strategies for teaching information literacy skills while also having an opportunity to share the strategies that are working in their libraries. Bring your best ideas to share, or bring a work in progress to get feedback!

Moderators
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Jess Bellemer

Director of Library Services, Lees - McRae College

Speakers
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Garrison Libby

Assistant Director for Instructional and Research Services, Central Piedmont Community College



Friday October 18, 2019 10:30am - 11:20am EDT
Salem 1C