ACRL is offering a variety of online learning events this summer to meet the demands of your schedule and budget.
Interactive webcasts last 60-90 minutes and take place in an interactive online classroom; group discounts are available.
Modern Pathfinders: Easy Techniques to Make Better Research Guides (July 20, 2016)
Librarians put many hours into creating research guides, and usage studies have shown that students use them very little. Learn some effective techniques of instructional design and web usability that any librarian can apply to make online guides better and more useful to your students, whether you’re using LibGuides or a home-brew system.
Excavating RDM from Library Data (August 4, 2016)
Learn how to implement research data management (RDM) concepts and techniques to library data with a goal of managing library data strategically. In turn, apply your new RDM knowledge in outreach to your disciplinary faculty.
Online courses are primarily asynchronous and require approximately three to five hours a week.
Designing Curriculum & Developing Educators for the Information Literacy Courses of Tomorrow (July 18-August 5, 2016)
Is your information literacy course in need of an overhaul? Do you want to deliver exceptional learning experiences through your credit course? This online course will focus on information literacy curriculum development, including consideration of the Framework for Information Literacy and high impact practices with regards to content development and delivery.