A pre-pandemic throwback

I've been reviewing and cleaning up my Evernote notes the past few days. Yesterday I stumbled across my outline for a short microteaching workshop I gave to my fellow subject librarians on December 4, 2019. The topic ---- Teaching with Teams. At the time, I imagine that many of my colleagues questioned how/when/if they would... Continue Reading →

Teaching remotely with Microsoft Teams

This week I had the new experience of teaching with Microsoft Teams. While I have given webinars on many occasions to both student and librarian audiences, this was the first time I taught an instruction session to 120 students across three on-campus classrooms simultaneously from my office. Background The Business Cluster is the core educational... Continue Reading →

I made my students 49% smarter and I can prove it

"Well looky there, you learned something!  You're 49% smarter than you were 5 minutes ago!"  This aha! moment  occurred while teaching over 400 business students this fall.  Using Tophat in my business research instruction sessions, I was able to assess that my students did in fact learn something through my teaching. The Challenge Each semester... Continue Reading →

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