Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Workshop : Unconventional Info-Lit in Action:

COIL Summer Workshop 2007

Unconventional Info-Lit in Action:
Where Weird Meets Worthy

Ready to explore the infinite possibilities of your instruction program? This workshop will highlight some unconventional approaches to library instruction. What is "unconventional?" It means anything instruction-related that moves us away from the "conventional" one-shot bibliographic instruction session which is lecture intensive. This workshop will feature presentations, new workshop features, live demonstrations, and breakout sessions for group work.

Workshop Presenters:

Sarah Brick Archer (Reference Co-Coordinator & Resource Coordinator for Performing Arts; Languages & Literature; and Communication & Art, Northeastern State University) "Integrating Information Literacy Skills into a Blackboard Class"

Roy Degler (Humanities & Social Sciences Librarian, Oklahoma State University)
"Creating Online Multimedia Tutorials for Your Library"

Jason Dupree (Instructional Services Librarian, Southwestern Oklahoma State University)
"Regenerate Your Email, Screencapture Your Future"

Jamie Holmes (Reference Librarian & Resource Coordinator for Education and Psychology, Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow)
"Moving Info-Lit from Classroom to Cyberspace."

Amanda Lemon (Instructional Services Librarian, University of Central Oklahoma)
"Wiki-ing Class Requests, Blogging to Class Success..."

Dr. Betsy Martens (Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma-School of Library & Information Studies) "Is There a Weirding Way?"

Frederic Murray (Reference Librarian, Southwestern Oklahoma State University)
"Swimming the Stream: Media that Matters for IL Instruction"

Dr. David Oberhelman (Humanities & Social Sciences Librarian, Oklahoma State University)
"Unclouding Aquabrowser: Integrating Aquabrowser into OPAC Instruction for a Credit Information Literacy Course"

Jenneffer Sixkiller (Adult Reference Librarian, Adult Services, Stillwater Public Library)
"Social Networking and MySpace"

Breakout Sessions:

Track 1: Learn to create a wiki for your instruction program

Track 2: Learn to create a social networking presence for your instruction program

Track 3: Learn to create a Camtasia tutorial for your instruction program

Track 4: Learn to create a series of screencaptures for one-on-one instruction

For the 2007 COIL Summer Workshop agenda, click here.

Please RSVP by Tuesday, July 24, 2007, at 5:00pm.

Contact: Jason Dupree, COIL Chair
Southwestern Oklahoma State University
(580) 774-3031

Please include your name, institution, phone number & email address.

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