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Backward design is a concept that is taught in some user education/library instruction classes, but is not a large part of the education of every library worker who teaches or trains. First introduced by Grant Wiggins & Jay McTighe in their book ” Understanding by Design” , its basic steps can be adapted to ay teaching…(Read More)

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Many librarians have experience tracking and reporting how their services impact library and university strategic plans, but how many have reviewed goals at the college level? LuMarie Guth and Ilana Stonebraker have researched how librarians can use college-level accreditation standards to coordinate library services Beyond standards each school has a university strategic plan, college…(Read More)

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Reference Interview is a comprehensive six-week course focusing on the methods of evaluating reference service, behavioral aspects of reference service, and the different types of questions that can be used to help patrons identify what they need. Using images and text, this in-depth educational approach covers everything from the approachability of the librarian…(Read More)

Due to budget restrictions, purchasing an Adams Matthews or other historical databases may no longer be possible. This webinar will allow the participant to discover a plethora of primary sources to be provided within an instructional service, reference service desk, or personal consultation with a researcher. The webinar will look at each area of history…(Read More)

State legislative bodies vary greatly, ranging from full-time professional legislatures to part-time institutions with limited staff, and their websites reflect these difference. This session focuses on researching state legislation, including navigating state websites that are not necessarily designed with the average citizen in mind. It will highlight alternative sources of state legislative information…(Read More)

Register in advance for this meeting: https://ala-events.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJArcOqhrTkiGNJVTxQ5AnhejwqY4KKsJfIj After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting…(Read More)