By Donna DiMichele | January 23, 2017
The Rhode Island Library Association’s Information Literacy Action Round Table (RILA-ILART) is hosting a lesson swap. RILA-ILART is looking for librarians who would like to share successful lessons, or lessons that could be perfect with some feedback. Lessons from all levels and library types, from school to university to public, that relate to an information literacy topic are welcome. The Lesson Swap is an opportunity to connect librarians across library types to share pedagogy and exchange effective lessons, materials, and ideas.
- When: Wednesday, March 1 from 4:30-6:30 PM
- Where: Bryant University, Smithfield, RI
- Snow date: Wednesday, March 29
Lesson swap presenters should come prepared to teach a 20 minute sample lesson to colleagues as if presenting to the lesson’s target audience. A 10 minute Q&A session will follow each lesson to provide an opportunity for questions and feedback. A laptop with screen will be provided. Please bring hard copies of any handouts (You will be told how many you’ll need before the event.)
To submit a proposal to present a lesson, please fill out the online form by February 3. The organizers will contact presenters by February 10.
For more information contact:
Maura Keating, Co-chair, RILA-ILART
Mary MacDonald, Co-chair, RILA-ILART
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