Tagged: Professional Development Committee

From Boring to High-Scoring: Creating Playful Learning Experiences with Games-Based Learning and Gamification

Free Online Presentation Wednesday, April 19, 2024 3:00-4:00 PM CST (US and Canada) Presented via Zoom Registration Link Have you wanted to implement games and gaming in your work in academic libraries, but have been unsure how to start? In this presentation, participants will dive into the emerging field of...

Generative AI Beyond ChatGPT (Video Replay)

This program will introduce several generative AI tools that librarians should know about related to research. After briefly defining generative AI, several AI will be discussed, including Perplexity, Ellicit, and Research Rabbit.

Information Privilege: Beyond the Individual and into the Collective

Over a decade ago, Char Booth coined the term “information privilege” and advocated for using the conceptual framework to further critical information literacy and open access. Information privilege critiques how access to information can be disparate, based on an individual’s privilege, and usually informed by one’s institutional affiliation, status, or social identity. The discourse on information privilege in Library and Information Science (LIS) has grown in recent years, with dozens of articles and conference presentations on the topic published in venues focused on critical information literacy, public services, scholarly communication, area studies, and health sciences over the last five years.

Library Instruction Together: Building a Community of Practice on a Shoestring Budget (Video Replay)

This is a recording of the April 26, 2023 presentation, Library Instruction Together: Building a Community of Practice on a Shoestring Budget.

A Day in the Life of a Digital Scholarship Intern (Video Replay)

This is a recording of the May 3, 2023 presentation, A Day in the Life of a Digital Scholarship Intern.

Model Reference Behavior (Video Replay)

This is a recording of the March 29, 2023 presentation, Model Reference Behavior.

Beyond Universal Design for Learning (Video Replay)

This is a recording of the March 10, 2023 presentation: Beyond Universal Design for Learning.

A Day in the Life of a Digital Scholarship Intern

Over the past year, the Roux Library Technical Services Department at Florida Southern College has partnered with San José State University’s (SJSU) iSchool to provide a virtual Digital Scholarship Internship to students enrolled in the Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) graduate program. Under the supervision of the Metadata Librarian, the Digital Scholarship interns gained experience in the skills of digital scholarship, specifically as it relates to supporting faculty and students in using digital tools to organize, share, and publish their research.

Library Instruction Together: Building a Community of Practice on a Shoestring Budget

As an academic librarian, do you feel a lack of opportunities to network, share best practices, and find support locally? In 2017, a group of instruction librarians from across Tennessee gathered online to discuss creating something beyond the state-wide offerings, which were limited and not always representative of their voices and interests.

Changing Roles: Impacting Student Achievement through Faculty Development (Video Replay)

This is a recording of the February 27, 2023 presentation: Changing Roles: Impacting Student Achievement through Faculty Development. In this interactive panel discussion, three librarians with significant experience leading faculty development initiatives will discuss how librarians can impact student outcomes by adopting a faculty developer role. Presenters: The presentation slides are available...