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Charge: Explores the concept of contemplative pedagogy in librarianship through demonstrating modes of integrating contemplative practices into library instruction and research life.
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Registration for The Innovative Library Classroom Conference Opening April 3, 12 PM

  • 1.  Registration for The Innovative Library Classroom Conference Opening April 3, 12 PM

    Posted Mar 24, 2023 10:42 AM

    SAVE THE DATE!

    Registration for The Innovative Library Classroom Conference will open at 12 PM on Monday, April 3. Join us in Williamsburg, VA at William & Mary on June 1-2!

    New this year, we are offering a pre-conference workshop on June 1 from 1-3 PM, "Our Pedagogies, Our Selves: Culturally Informed and Responsive Practice," with presenters Monique Threatt, Jacqueline Huddle, & nicholae cline from Indiana University-Bloomington. This workshop will address three different perspectives to answering the question, "how do our cultures, backgrounds, and experiences inform our pedagogy?," through a critical reflective pedagogical lens. The presenters will share their own experiences while also cultivating a shared learning space through interactive activities. Attendees will walk away with tangible examples of reflective teaching practices and related resources. Cost: $15 (includes afternoon snack) Limited to 25 participants.

    Our conference keynote is Brittani Sterling, Social Sciences & Interdisciplinary Studies Librarian at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Brittani's TILC keynote address is entitled "We Need to Talk About Creative Community Engagement!" We hope to see you there!

    Conference details are available on our website.



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    Lucinda Wittkower
    Head of Teaching & Learning Initiatives
    Old Dominion University Libraries
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