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Call for Presenters: “Engaging with the ACRL Framework” Workshop (Deadline Extended to May 31)May 26, 2017
(via Sharon Mader, University of New Orleans)
The application deadline to become a presenter for the new “Engaging with the ACRL Framework” workshop has been extended to 5:00 PM CST on Wednesday, May 31. More information is below.
ACRL is accepting applications from prospective presenters for its newest licensed workshop “Engaging with the ACRL Framework: A Catalyst for Exploring and Expanding Our Teaching Practices“, which will be launched early this summer. Generally offered as a day-long workshop led by two presenters, this workshop joins the slate of ACRL’s other licensed workshops that can be scheduled upon request from libraries, consortia, and other groups. In addition to the in-person workshop, the presenter team will be involved in virtual programming through ACRL’s e-Learning program and other delivery modes.
The original team of three curriculum designers and presenters will be expanded by recruiting and mentoring at least three new presenters for the launch of this new workshop.
- evidence of understanding and use of the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education in your instruction practice, including the underlying theories of Understanding by Design, threshold concepts, and metaliteracy
- experience in designing, developing, facilitating, and leading interactive workshops and other professional development offerings
- demonstrated ability to engage in collaborative planning and teamwork.
- experience working in information literacy instruction in academic libraries.
For more information, including instructions for submitting the application, please go here.