Friday, June 6, 2003
9am - 3:15pm
Keene State College, Keene, NH

The ACRL/New England Library Instruction Group (NELIG) and Keene State College Library present a one day program which will examine the ways in which the e-classroom has changed the instruction programs in our libraries.

9:00am Registration and Refreshments
9:30am Introduction and Opening Remarks
Anna Litten, NELIG Chair, Emerson College
9:45am Presentation:
Beyond ‘Active Learning’: A Constructivist Approach to Learning (with sample constructivist exercises)
Sue Cooperstein, Loyola University Maryland
Liz Kocevar-Weidinger, Longwood University
11:00am Keynote:
Designing E-Classrooms
Michael Cohen, Architect, Fletcher, Harkness, Cohen & Moneyhun Architects
12:00pm Lunch and tour of Keene State’s library
Driving the e-train: Keeping Library Instruction on Track - an overview and a discussion
Marilyn Steinberg, Mass. College of Pharmacy & Allied Health
1:30pm Panel & Discussion:
E Classrooms: So now we have them – but how do we teach in them!
moderated by Patricia Durisin, MIT Humanities Library
How to Stop Worrying and Love Full-Text
James Miller, Springfield College
Learning Stations: Actively Engaging Students in the E-Classroom
Shelly Davis, Univ. of Maine at Farmington
E-Learning in Distraction Land
Kwasi Sarkodie-Mensah, Boston College
3:00pm Closing remarks
Chris Cox, NELIG Chair-elect, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

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