Friday, June 7, 2002
9am - 4pm
Boston College, Chestnut Hill Campus, Boston, MA

The ACRL/New England Library Instruction Group (NELIG) and Boston College Library present a one day program focusing on several aspects of creativity in instruction, including teaching as performance, fresh teaching approaches, and creative library assignments and programming.

8:30am Registration and Refreshments
9:00am Welcome / Introduction and Opening Remarks
Esme DeVault, NELIG Chair, Wheelock College
9:15am Keynote:
The Art of Presentation
Nancy Houfek, Head of Voice and Speech - American Repertory Theater
10:30am Presentation:
And the Award for Best Performance in a Classroom Goes to ...: Teaching as Performance with Classroom Tips from a Performing Teacher
Carla List, Plattsburgh State University of New York
11:45am Lunch
Use ALL Your Smarts: Multiple Intelligences for Diverse Library Learners
Kathy Holmes, Lesley University
2:15pm Break
2:30 Panel Discussion:
Creative Tactics for the Classroom Have Fun With It!: A Lighthearted Library Orientation
Thomas Mead, Dartmouth College
Teaching the Library: Best Practices for Library Instructors
Laura Saunders, Simmons College
Beyond Alternatives to Research Papers: Applying Alternatives to Specific Subjects
Kendall Hobbs, Wesleyan University
Currere! ... or, Finding the Existential Moment in Library Instruction
Lisa Lavoie, Tunxis Community College
3:45pm Closing Comments
Anna Litten, NELIG Chair-Elect, Emerson College

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