The January webinar hosted by the Special Library Association Education Division and ACRL's EBSS Education Committee featured Dr. Ladislava Khailova sharing the applicability of flipped classrooms for active learning.
Dr. Khailova is the Director of Georgetown University's School of Continuing Studies Library. Prior to her appointment at Georgetown, she was a Professor at Northern Illinois University Libraries, serving as a humanities and social sciences subject specialist and the coordinator of library services for persons with disabilities. She also taught American literature and English composition at South Carolina State University and the University of South Carolina. She has published articles on information literacy as well as on the historical and cultural factors that shape constructions of the social Other (in terms of disability, national origin, race, ethnicity, and gender) and has been awarded numerous grants in her topic areas, including the ALA Carnegie-Whitney Award.
This session focused on the applicability of the flipped classroom, a pedagogical model of active learning, in fully remote academic instructional environments. It will covert he advantages and challenges of using the method, including the options for addressing these challenges in view of design principles aimed at maximizing information literacy online student learning. The PPT is available here: FlippedOnlineClass.pptx
February 12's webinar will share insights on the ERIC database.
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