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Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction
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Walsh - Using active teaching techniques in information literacy instruction

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  • 1. Using active learningtechniques in informationliteracy instructionAndrew Walsh,LILAC 2011
  • 2. I’ll be talking about… What active learning is Why it is a good thing A few techniques
  • 3. Active learning does not =clickers!
  • 4. What is “Active learning”Active learning concerns itself with “creating an environment where students can take charge of their learning, see relevance in it and engage in it, instead of having information just delivered to them” (Walsh & Inala, 2010).
  • 5. Why active learning is good(a)http://www.flickr.com/photos/canonsnapper/3795903445/
  • 6. Why active leaning is good (b)http://www.flickr.com/photos/8185675@N07/3737075319/
  • 7. High tech voting systems(quizdom)
  • 8. High tech voting systems (Pollanywhere)
  • 9. Question in Poll anywhere
  • 10. Low tech voting systems(cards)
  • 11. Low tech voting systems (go toyour post)
  • 12. Library Bingohttp://www.flickr.com/photos/maintainitproject/3099148374/
  • 13. Chocolate…http://www.flickr.com/photos/silviarm/3987962285/
  • 14. Non-linear powerpointpresentations
  • 15. “Cephalonian” style inductionhttp://www.sconul.ac.uk/publications/newsletter/32/2.pdf
  • 16. Teaching by crossword /gamehttp://hudteachmeet.blogspot.com/2011/02/induction-by- crossword.html
  • 17. Quick & dirty broadcasting?
  • 18. Created on the go…http://audioboo.fm/Hudlib
  • 19. Summary
  • 20. Thanks for listening & results ofPoll anywhere Slides are at http://eprints More stuff at http://bit.ly/staffpageAW I’m at a.p.walsh@hud.ac.uk or @andywalsh999 on Twitter

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