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Integrating Student Work and Assignments: Relevant and Applicable to Professional Practice

Thursday, April 12, 2018
10:05 AM - 11:20 AM

Center for Teaching Excellence
Thomas Cooper Library, Room L511


Details

Learn how to design and integrate student work and assignments that are relevant and applicable to professional practice. In this workshop, Associate Professor Lucy Green from the School of Library and Information Science, will take you through practical instructional design strategies for developing course work that not only helps you evaluate student growth, but results in projects that students can immediately integrate into their own professional lives.


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Facilitator


Lucy Santos Green
Associate Professor
School of Library and Information Science

Lucy Santos Green is an Associate Professor of Library and Information Science, specializing in Instructional Design, Online Pedagogy and School Librarianship. Green seeks to implement pedagogical practices, design elements and learning environment characteristics that best support student learning and curiosity - regardless of the course setting. She integrates student work and assignments that are as immediately relevant and applicable to professional practice as possible. Green teaches Library Programming for Children and Young Adults, Children's Materials, and Introduction to the Management of Libraries, Media Centers and Information Agencies.



 

 





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