Stats through episode 7Not sure who these people are – assessment is difficult to come by, short of a surveyAsked for feedback, never got any
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Peer-to-peer instruction about information literacyAlso informal format, but try to stick to 60 minutes- Usually one long discussion, sometimes with guests speakers.So, learning about education and collaborating rather than educating.
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1. Podcasting for instruction librarians<br />Rachel Borchardt<br />American University<br />Jason Puckett<br />Georgia State University<br />Adventures in Library Instruction podcast: adlibinstruction.blogspot.com<br />Image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tessawatson/427116107/<br />
2. Thirty minutes?!?<br />First, technology stuff<br />Then, how we and other libraries are using it<br />Finally, questions<br />This presentation will contain many generalizations and oversimplifications!<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/94272988@N00/100273292/<br />
3. What’s a podcast<br />3<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/68111040@N00/8453832<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/45349448@N00/1384673292<br />
13. Our third podcast effort: ALIhttp://adlibinstruction.blogspot.com<br />
14. Why ALI is different<br />
15. What we use to collaborate/produce<br />Blogspot<br />Archive.org<br />iTunes<br />
16. Evidence of success (you!)<br />
17. Ways libraries are using podcasting<br />17<br />(There’s a list at:)<br />http://www.libsuccess.org/ index.php?title= Podcasting<br />(add yourself to it)<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/78199693@N00/415494517/<br />