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WEBINAR: Article Discussion Group

The Reference Access and Outreach Teaching with Primary Sources Committee of SAA (SAA RAO-TPS) will meet for this month’s Article Discussion Group on Thursday, April 20th at 3pm EST. We ...

Free

CLASS: Archives Outreach and Advocacy

Dates: July 3 - July 30 Credits: 1.5 CEUs or 15 PDHs Outreach and advocacy are critical components of successful archival programs, encompassing broad areas of user concerns from digital ...

$200.00

CONFERENCE: TPS Fest 2023

Do you teach with primary sources, or want to share and learn with other like-minded people with all levels and types of experience? Join your colleagues for an informative and ...

Free

CLASS: Developing a Credit-Bearing Information Literacy Course

The one-shot is still the most common mode of teaching information literacy, so most library-focused professional development opportunities reasonably focus on that model. However, that leaves librarians who are asked ...

$200

WEBINAR: Empowering Students with Primary Sources

Join us for an inspiring session where historian and professor Rebecca Jo Plant and student researcher Cayla Regas shed light on the importance of primary sources in studying women’s history ...

Free

CLASS: Critical Information Literacy

This fun, informal course is for folks who are interested in developing instruction sessions through the lens of critical information literacy. Usually we only get one-shot at engaging students with ...

$300

CLASS: Primary Source Pedagogy

Dates: October 2 - October 29 Credits: 1.5 CEUs or 15 PDHs This course will explore what "primary source" even means. It also assumes that they can be found everywhere ...

$200.00

CLASS: Online Instructional Design

Are you responsible for developing an online workshop or course? Although the task may sound daunting, this four-week course will navigate participants through course design and delivery. Following Wiggins and ...

$200

WEBINAR: Toward Community-Centred Reference

This workshop considers the challenges Black researchers face when consulting with reference services in archives. Participants will learn to think critically about their positionality and their current approaches to providing ...

$50.00 – $150.00

CLASS: Online Instructional Delivery

Most online courses begin as an alternative delivery format to the face-to-face course. However, teaching an online course differs from teaching in a physical classroom. This four-week course walks participants ...

$200

CLASS: Inclusive Instructional Design

This course is for librarians and archivists who: teach information, digital, archival, or data literacy sessions; designs tutorials, resources, or guides for users; and/or are interested in accessibility and inclusion ...

$200

CLASS: Zines for Critical Reflection and Pedagogy

This course is for anyone who is interested in learning more about zines. During the six-weeks we will learn what zines through the lenses of critical pedagogy and social justice. ...

$300

CLASS: Introduction to Universal Design for Learning

This four-week course will introduce participants to the principles and practices of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). The UDL framework provides an approach to designing meaningful learning environments that support ...

CLASS: Online Instructional Design

Are you responsible for developing an online workshop or course? Although the task may sound daunting, this four-week course will navigate participants through course design and delivery. Following Wiggins and ...

$200.00

CLASS: Creating Digital Learning Objects for Libraries

Short videos introducing patrons to a public library’s ebook platform, interactive tutorials helping high school students learn how to evaluate sources, a podcast series addressing copyright basics for college faculty—these ...

$200.00

CLASS: Online Instructional Delivery

Most online courses begin as an alternative delivery format to the face-to-face course. However, teaching an online course differs from teaching in a physical classroom. This four-week course walks participants ...

$200.00

CLASS: Inclusive Instructional Design

This course is for librarians and archivists who: teach information, digital, archival, or data literacy sessions; designs tutorials, resources, or guides for users; and/or are interested in accessibility and inclusion ...

$200.00