"Collaborating on Course Design: Part II" Webinar on Wednesday, June 28 (1:00-2:00)

Illinois Association of College & Research Libraries Forum (IACRL)

June 23, 2017

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The North Carolina Library Association’s College & University Section is hosting a free webinar, “Collaborating on Course Design: Part II”, from 1:00 to 2:00 PM CST on Wednesday, June 28. (This builds on an earlier webinar, “Collaborating on Course Design: Part I”, which is available for viewing here.) To register for next Wednesday’s webinar, go here. More information about the content and the presenters is below.

Does starting an embedded librarian program seem impossible? The Central Piedmont Community College Library has started on a path to integrate information literacy competencies and outcomes at the curriculum-level. CPCC is doing this through sustainable instructional design by partnering with faculty (and others) to develop and implement course-level content that supports course, program, college, and national outcomes. Librarians coordinate with appropriate faculty and collaborate in three main areas: Content, Assignments & Rubrics, and Support. This Webinar is a follow-up to the previous CUS Virtual Conference Webinar panel discussion and will provide attendees with specific tips and examples of how to collaborate with faculty to create content.

Mollie Peuler is the eLearning Librarian at Central Piedmont Community College. She received her MLIS from Florida State University. Mollie’s professional interests are in distance learning strategies and instructional design. Outside of the library, Mollie enjoys running, traveling, and checking off lists.

Mark Coltrain is Assistant Director for Instructional and Research Services at Central Piedmont Community College. He graduated with his MLIS from UNC-Greensboro in 2012. Mark’s professional interests are in distance librarianship and instructional collaborations both inside and outside of the library. In his spare time, Mark enjoys craft beer, a good barbecue sandwich, riding his bike, and collecting vinyl records.

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