7th Annual CARLI Instruction Showcase

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Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 9:30am to 3:00pm

The CARLI Instruction Committee is coordinating its 7th CARLI Instruction Showcase, which features innovative elements in library instruction and assessment. Presenters will demonstrate instruction techniques and tools that are designed to enhance library instruction, with some presentations drawing inspiration from the committee's theme this year, "Inclusive Classrooms: Cultivating Learning Environments for Students with Diverse Identities."

Registration is open!

Click the "Register" link at the top of the page.
Registration will close on Wednesday, May 8th.

North Park University
Hamming Hall and Johnson Center classrooms
3225 West Foster Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
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Agenda for the day:

  • Registration: 9:30-10am in Hamming Hall
  • Welcome at 10am; Closing at 3pm.
  • Finalized schedule will be available soon, but includes:
    • Morning workshop:
    • Presentations:
      • Frances Brady and Marquez Wilson, Adler University: "A search term by any other name is just as correct?: The importance of evolving language in keywords and subject headings"
      • Susan Miller and Tish Hayes, Moraine Valley Community College: "Teaching News Sources with Process Cards"
      • Christina Norton, Heartland Community College: "Costume History Research Through a Critical Lens"
      • Cathy Troupos and Josh Avery, Wheaton College: "Information Beyond College"
      • Anne Shelley, Illinois State University: "Filling a Gap: Designing a Scalable Activity in a Discipline"                                                                                           

For more information on past annual Instruction Showcases: https://www.carli.illinois.edu/products-services/pub-serv/instruction/InstructionShowcase
Please send any questions about the Showcase to .