[baisl] Join us at the California Conference on Library Instruction Friday, April 9, 2015!

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  • Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2015 19:39:23 -0800

*When: Friday, April 17, 2015*

*Location: Sonoma State University - Cooperage, 1801 East Cotati Ave,
Rohnert Park, CA 94928*

*Early Bird Registration Deadline: March 17, 2015*

*Final Registration Deadline: April 9, 2015*

The program, *“Teaching and Reaching Your Students in Environments of Rapid
Change,”* will explore new and practical ways to craft innovative
experiences for learners. Think about the buzz words of today: maker, hack,
design, engage community, framework, scalable, ethical, sustainable, etc.
These are some of the ways librarians are working with library instruction.
We are very pleased to conduct our conference in the Sonoma State
University Campus Cooperage. While there, make sure to visit the awesome
Sonoma State University Library at the Jean and Charles Schulz Information
Center!

 *Our keynote speaker is Terry Doyle*

Terry Doyle is an author, nationally recognized educational consultant, and
Professor of Reading at Ferris State University where he has worked for the
past 38 years. His presentation will discuss how findings from the last
fifteen years of neuroscience, cognitive science and biology research point
clearly to a new paradigm for student learners. This new paradigm requires
students to both prepare their brains for learning and learn to apply the
findings on how the human brain learns best to their learning and studying
practices. The specific actions students need to take to adopt this new
paradigm will be shared in this talk.

 *Featured Presentations*

 Please visit our website for more details about our presenters:
http://www.cclibinstruction.org/



"Bees, Butterflies, and Beetles: Using Threshold Concepts and Kits to
Maximize Instruction Time" from Elana Karshmer & Jacalyn Bryan at St. Leo
University.

This presentation will describe an inventive activity to introduce biology
students to library resources in their subject area.



"Engaging the Large (& Quiet!) First-Year Class" from Tricia Lantzy at CSU
San Marcos.

Tricia will describe The Internet Carousel, an activity used to engage
large classes of first-year students.



"When Active Learning Goes Flat: Using Gamification to Motivate Student
Learners" from Lindsey McLean & Elisa Slater Acosta at Loyola Marymount
University.

They will discuss their instructional design efforts for a required
in-person library instruction session for 73 Rhetorical Arts classes (1,273
freshmen) using elements of both the hybrid approach and gamification
techniques.



"Step Over the Threshold with Us" from Susan Smith at the Harker School &
Debbie Abilock at NoodleTools. They will share their initial work,
introducing “Scholarship is a Conversation” in the context of the
humanities, the sciences, and the social sciences and invite attendees to
think about ways to translate this to their classrooms.



Interested in joining us?

Register through Eventbrite: http://tinyurl.com/m2wgwqk

For more information go to: http://www.cclibinstruction.org/

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