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November 11th SLA/ACRL free webinar (at 1:30pm EST)

  • 1.  November 11th SLA/ACRL free webinar (at 1:30pm EST)

    Posted 11-02-2022 15:38
    ----sent at Dr. farmer's request --


    November 11th SLA/ACRL free webinar (at 1:30pm EST) focuses on "The Changing Role of the Education Librarian. This presentation will provide an overview of the findings of a pre-COVID-19 survey on the job roles and responsibilities of Education librarians. These findings give insight into the diverse educational backgrounds and varied responsibilities of Education librarians related to instruction and instructional design, reference, embedded librarianship, outreach, collaboration, and collection development."

    Register in advance for this meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMvceqtpzwsHtDYWS_rchrX5m7G3s7BG3DS

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.



    Presenter Biographies:

         Katherine Donaldson, MLIS, is Social Sciences/Education Librarian at the University of Oregon Libraries. She provides research consultations, information literacy instruction, and collection development services for the departments in the College of Education.

         Laura Bonella, MA, MLS, is an Associate Professor and the Academic Services Department Head at Kansas State University, providing leadership in promoting, advocating, and assessing services and resources. She serves as the liaison to the College of Education's graduate program where she provides research consultations and information literacy instruction online and in person.

         Lisa Becksford, MA, MSLS, is Head of Learning Design Initiatives at the University Libraries at Virginia Tech, where she facilitates face-to-face and online learning experiences. She serves as the librarian for the School of Education and the Engineering Education program, and she collaborates with others in the library on online learning and instructional design initiatives, including the Odyssey learning object repository.

         Josette Kubicki, MA, MLIS, is a Reference and Instruction Librarian at Augusta University, Reese Library, in Georgia. Serving as the liaison to the College of Education's Department of Teaching & Leading, and the Department of Psychological Sciences, she provides research consultations, information literacy instruction, and citation management workshops online and in person. She participates in shared library instruction to lower-division English and Communications classes and the Ask a Librarian service.

         Sarah Parramore, MLS, MSIDT, is Director of Teaching, Learning and Research Support at Occidental College and Education Librarian at California State University, Fullerton. She guides information literacy initiatives and provides research support and instruction for doctoral and graduate students in the College of Education.

    Dr. Lesley S. J. Farmer

    Professor of Library Media

    CSULB Teacher Librarian Program Coordinator

    CSU ICT Literacy Project Manager

    "Whenever I see someone reading a book, especially if it is someone I don't expect, I feel civilisation has become a little safer." Matt Haig



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    William Lee
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