D4L at NYLA 2017

join us for NYLA 2017!

the Design for Learning Program presents

Librarians Learning Online to Teach Online

Sponsors: NYBLC and ASLS

New York Library Association Annual Conference 2017
Thursday, November 9th from 4:15-5:15pm,
Saratoga Springs, NY

Online instruction provides libraries of all types a way to reach a wider audience with increased opportunities for learning. In order to be successful, library workers must develop new skills to provide high quality instruction online. This presentation will introduce Design for Learning, an IMLS-funded series of free self-paced online modules for library staff to learn how to teach online through a well-rounded approach specific to library instruction. Receive online teaching tips and examples of how each of the modules builds on the others to work toward a final project, so that all learning is immediately applied to a real community: Orientation, Instructional Design, Technologies, Diversity, Community Engagement, Social Media, and the final Capstone project.

Track: Core Knowledge & Career Development
Speakers:
Arden Kirkland, Design for Learning Program, SCRLC
Mary-Carol Lindbloom, South Central Regional Library Council
and D4L alumni

More information about the NYLA 2017 Conference

 

About Arden Kirkland

Arden Kirkland is an independent digital librarian, providing consulting services for digital collections and online learning. Her years of work in higher education have included a focus on students’ active participation in the construction of multimedia digital collections. Other recent projects include ArtOneida.org, HistoricDress.org, and work on the Capability Maturity Model for Research Data Management. Find out more about her work at ardenkirkland.com.
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