Coordinating IL instruction and scalability<br />Sharing Instruction in Large General-Education Courses<br />
IL Coordinator Issues<br />University of South Dakota<br />Instructional Team = IL Coordinator and Instructional Services ...
IL Coordinator Issues<br />LIS programs don’t train librarians to teach.<br />Subject liaisons don’t all have expertise in...
Solution: LibGuides!<br />LibGuides are currently used to support<br />student learning during and after library<br />inst...
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Coordinating IL Instruction and Scalability

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This is part 4 of my larger LibTech 2011 presentation, "LibGuides on Steroids: Expanding the User Base of LibGuides to Support Library Instruction and Justify Workload."

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Coordinating IL Instruction and Scalability

  1. 1. Coordinating IL instruction and scalability<br />Sharing Instruction in Large General-Education Courses<br />
  2. 2. IL Coordinator Issues<br />University of South Dakota<br />Instructional Team = IL Coordinator and Instructional Services Librarian<br />IL-mandated courses<br />Freshman Composition<br />Honors English<br />Introduction to Literature<br />Advanced Composition<br />Speech Communication<br />Fall 2010: 44 sections of Freshman English at main and satellite campuses<br />Gen-ed IL instruction shared with 9 other faculty librarians<br />
  3. 3. IL Coordinator Issues<br />LIS programs don’t train librarians to teach.<br />Subject liaisons don’t all have expertise in gen-ed<br /> subjects like literature.<br />Library colleagues have limited time for instructional planning/design.<br />Gen-ed one-shot library sessions must contain uniform content and high-quality instruction.<br />How to ensure uniformity and quality of instruction in large general-education courses?<br />
  4. 4. Solution: LibGuides!<br />LibGuides are currently used to support<br />student learning during and after library<br />instruction.<br />Let’s use them to scaffold <br />instruction by library faculty <br />before and during library <br />sessions.<br />

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