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CFP: 10-Minute Lightning Talks for ACRL Inclusive Pedagogies Committee Webinar

  • 1.  CFP: 10-Minute Lightning Talks for ACRL Inclusive Pedagogies Committee Webinar

    Posted Sep 12, 2023 10:28 AM
    Edited by Ramón García Sep 12, 2023 10:29 AM

    Are you passionate about making academic librarianship more inclusive? The ACRL Instruction Section Inclusive Pedagogy Committee is looking for presenters for an upcoming webinar. We're planning to  highlight the resources made available through the ACRL Inclusive Pedagogy Toolkit and elevate the work folks are doing around inclusive pedagogy in their libraries. In Spring 2023, we hosted a panel introducing the toolkit, and now we want to learn about how librarians have implemented these resources.

     

    The Inclusive Pedagogy Committee invites you to submit proposals for 10-minute lightning talks. We'd love to learn about your work!

     

    🎯 Aim of the Session

    The purpose of these talks is to share practices and ideas about inclusive teaching, specifically focusing on library instruction and the Inclusive Pedagogy Toolkit. By sharing these practices, we aim to cultivate a community of educators committed to inclusion and equity.

     

    📝 Topics of Interest

    We welcome proposals that cover but are not limited to:

    • Tools for Instruction: Share your tips and techniques on self-reflection, recognizing implicit bias, and using sample lessons or tutorials.

    • Universal Design: Talk about how you make your learning environment accessible to all, regardless of ability.

    • Classroom Engagement: Share activities, games, or methods you use to keep everyone active and included in the classroom.

    • Anti-Racism and Anti-Racist Pedagogy: Discuss the resources and strategies you've used to make your teaching methods more equitable and inclusive.

    • Self-Care Practices: Teach us how you incorporate self-care into your daily routine and how it affects your teaching style.

    • Professional Development: Explain what steps you or your library are taking to improve in the area of inclusive pedagogies.

     

    🗓 Important Dates

    Proposal Submission Deadline: September 29, 2023

    Notification of Acceptance: October 13, 2023

    Event Date: November 8, 2023 1:00 PM -2:00 PM CST / 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM MT / 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST



    📝 Submission Guidelines

    We're particularly interested in elevating the voices of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color), LGBTQIA+, and people with disabilities. Presenters from such backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply and are welcomed to include this information in their proposal.

     

    Title: Keep it short but informative.

    Abstract: Briefly summarize your talk in 100-200 words.

    Aspect of the toolkit that relates to your work. 

    Presenter Info: Name, title, institution, and contact information.

     

    Please submit your proposals via this Google Form.

     

    📞 Questions?

    For any inquiries, feel free to reach out to Ramón García (ramongarcia@dallascollege.edu).

     

    We can't wait to learn from you!

    Best regards,

    ACRL IS Inclusive Pedagogy Committee
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    Ramón García
    Learning Commons Librarian
    Dallas College
    He/Him/His/El
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