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THE LIBRARIAN                                                     SAYS…                                                   ...
TEACHING FIRST YEAR STUDENTS IS… Send your text to 37607. Include 91643, then your answer.
CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE,BURLINGTON, VT                                                  2000 on-campus                         ...
CHAMPLAIN’S UNIQUE “CORE”CURRICULUM Sequential, linked,  theme-based courses Interdisciplinary Inquiry-based Common, m...
CHAMPLAIN’S INFORMATION LITERACYPROGRAM                                                   “All students, all four        ...
DESIGNING THE SESSION Process    Collaborative design    Iterative    Willingness to fail Requirements    Inquiry Ba...
THE “OLD” SESSION: WHAT WAS WRONG?           Student apathy           Lack of “why”           “Old School” Interactive
WHY NOT CLICKERS?Limitations                           Benefits of Mobile Polling # of concurrent sessions             F...
WHERE DO YOU LIKE TO GET INFORMATION?        TV         Other   People        5%          5%      25%             The     ...
HOW DO YOU SEARCH?              Yahoo               2%     Bing                      5%  Google          The   86%        ...
HOW DO YOU SHARE INFORMATION?           Email it   Other            5%         9%Print it 4%                              ...
THE “NEW” SESSION Improved Dynamic    Commit to their response    Increased engagement    Initiate a discussion Criti...
DID WE MEET OUR GOALS? “All fun, all the time”    Librarian’s reactions Breakdown barriers    Student reactions Thoug...
WHAT’S NEXT? Other polls in other classes    Student directed learning    Citations: what is this a citation      for? ...
QUESTIONS?
THANK YOUFeel free to contact us:Andy Burkhardt:aburkhardt@champlain.eduhttp://andyburkhardt.com@vonburkhardtSarah Faye Co...
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    1. 1. THE LIBRARIAN SAYS… TURN YOUR CELLPHONES ON! Piloting mobile phones and polling in Inquiry-based information literacy instruction Andy Burkhardt & Sarah Faye Cohenhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/tommyhuynh/1219122548 Champlain College, Burlington, VT NELIG Annual Program, 6/3/2011
    2. 2. TEACHING FIRST YEAR STUDENTS IS… Send your text to 37607. Include 91643, then your answer.
    3. 3. CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE,BURLINGTON, VT  2000 on-campus students  Professional Focus  Multimedia Graphics  E-gaming  Digital Forensics  Business  New Interdisciplinary Core Curriculum  Roll-out began Fall 2007http://www.flickr.com/photos/glemak/270321175/
    4. 4. CHAMPLAIN’S UNIQUE “CORE”CURRICULUM Sequential, linked, theme-based courses Interdisciplinary Inquiry-based Common, master syllabi Common texts Common, project- based, research assignments Apple Core (1992) by Claes Oldenberg (1929- ), Billy Rose Sculpture Garden, Israel Museum in Jerusalem. http://www.flickr.com/photos/imagemd/827470717/
    5. 5. CHAMPLAIN’S INFORMATION LITERACYPROGRAM  “All students, all four years”  Incremental  Embedded  Inquiry Based  Rubric-based assessments  Common curriculum http://www.flickr.com/photos/malloy/195204215/
    6. 6. DESIGNING THE SESSION Process  Collaborative design  Iterative  Willingness to fail Requirements  Inquiry Based Personal Goals  “All fun, all the time”  Breakdown barriers  Thoughtful integration of http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelsphotos/183018674 technology  Learn something about our students
    7. 7. THE “OLD” SESSION: WHAT WAS WRONG?  Student apathy  Lack of “why”  “Old School” Interactive
    8. 8. WHY NOT CLICKERS?Limitations Benefits of Mobile Polling # of concurrent sessions  Free software  31 sessions in 2 weeks  Ubiquitous technology  4 librarians teaching at once  “New School” Interactive No dedicated classroom  Sexy space Budgetary limitations  Too many classes going at once
    9. 9. WHERE DO YOU LIKE TO GET INFORMATION? TV Other People 5% 5% 25% The Web The Web 296 65% People 97 TV 20 Other 20 Total 393
    10. 10. HOW DO YOU SEARCH? Yahoo 2% Bing 5% Google The 86% Library 4% Google 357 Yahoo 10 Other Bing 20 3% The Library 18 Other 13 Total 418
    11. 11. HOW DO YOU SHARE INFORMATION? Email it Other 5% 9%Print it 4% Talk about Texting it 16% Talk about it 205 50% Facebook 66 Facebook Texting 64 16% Print it 15 Email it 20 Other 38 Total 408
    12. 12. THE “NEW” SESSION Improved Dynamic  Commit to their response  Increased engagement  Initiate a discussion Critically examining pre-existing knowledge and habits  Their information seeking and usage behavior  No right answer, just what you do…  Explain why you do what you do Cognizant of their behaviors: now and later
    13. 13. DID WE MEET OUR GOALS? “All fun, all the time”  Librarian’s reactions Breakdown barriers  Student reactions Thoughtful integration of technology Learn something about our students  Surprises!  We learned FROM our students http://www.flickr.com/photos/ntr23/796311588
    14. 14. WHAT’S NEXT? Other polls in other classes  Student directed learning  Citations: what is this a citation for?  Website evaluation? Everything in moderation Conferences  Thanks for participating! http://www.flickr.com/photos/theunquietlibrary/3800432619/
    15. 15. QUESTIONS?
    16. 16. THANK YOUFeel free to contact us:Andy Burkhardt:aburkhardt@champlain.eduhttp://andyburkhardt.com@vonburkhardtSarah Faye Cohen:cohen@champlain.eduhttp://thesheckspot.blogspot.com/@thesheck
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