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Welcome to Sched for the 2017 OLA Annual Conference!
Thursday, April 20 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Teaming up to Enhance Information Literacy Instruction

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Results of Clackamas Community College Library’s end-of-term assessment survey - which measures student learning related to a single information literacy learning outcome - have been discouraging in recent years. Roughly 75% of respondents were unable to perform a basic task related to searching for information. Not coincidentally, librarians agreed that roughly 75% of students achieved glazed eyes and/or social media use during bibliographic instruction “one shot” sessions.

In hopes of increasing student achievement and engagement, CCC Library decided to revamp our instructional program goals to increase the breadth, depth, and relevancy of our information literacy instruction - and to kick our creativity of delivery up a notch. With extensive input from and collaboration with the English/Writing Department, CCC Library began work on our embedded information literacy instructional initiative in early 2016. This instructional initiative embraces a flipped classroom model and features interactive tutorials, formative assessments, and hands-on, active learning work time. This conference session will share planning and outreach documents, instructional design tips when creating interactive online tutorials, and lessons learned when engaging colleagues, seeking buy-in, and promoting collaboration across departments.

Speakers
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Jane Littlefield

Instruction Librarian & Department Chair, Clackamas Community College


Thursday April 20, 2017 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Croisan Creek Room A Salem Convention Center

Attendees (24)