Friday, December 2, 2011
9am - 12pm
Tufts University, Medford, MA

Often when we are at NELIG events, we hear our colleagues discussing innovative activities they have done with classes at their school. Sometimes we might even watch a great conference presentation where a librarian describes an activity he or she has done with classes, but we don’t actually get to see our colleagues “in action.” The December NELIG Meeting was a great opportunity to watch some of our creative colleagues conduct activities that they run, or are planning to run, in their classes. Those of us in the audience acted as their college students. Through this experience we were reminded of what it is like to be sitting in the seat of the student and learn new teaching techniques and exercises from each other.

  • Beyond the One Shot: Excerpts from a Faculty Information Literacy Collaborative
    Karla Fribley & Christina Dent, Emerson College
  • Parsing the Sexy Title: Looking Beyond the Academic Colon to the Core of the Article
    Catherine Fahey, Salem State University
  • Effective Research Strategies for Academic Assignments
    Stacy Schwartz, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • Google vs. The Library: Transitioning Your (Re)Search
    Zachary Newell, Salem State University

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