project curve, part seven: open access publishing for learner engagement (aka oa ftw).

A note on my recent radio silence: these days I am doing more and writing less. While it is excellent to be this active with different sides of working life, I am consistently nagged by a lengthening list of events/ideas left unexplored in this venue. As unpleasant as allowing my compositional muscles to atrophy might... Continue Reading →

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rtel at ccli.

Today I gave a presentation at the California Clearinghouse on Library Instruction's Spring 2010 Workshop, my maiden voyage talking about Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning book stuff (for an overview on what the book is actually about, take a look at a short article on the subject in American Libraries). I'm sharing two components of the... Continue Reading →

instructional literacy: an excerpticle.

I have a piece in this month's American Libraries magazine on instructional literacy, or strategies and approaches that working library educators can use to build instructional design and delivery skills as they teach: Build Your Own Instructional Literacy Face it: Teaching is hard. It’s hard from any angle, using any technology, to any learner. Even... Continue Reading →

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