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Yesterday the Teaching and Learning Center hosted it’s annual Teaching and Learning Fair. The library had a booth, and as the library liaison, I chatted with attendees about some of the interesting and innovative ways that library staff teach their classes. Here are the slides that I used on the poster:
Many visitors were really interested in using blogs, wikis, google docs, or podcasting in their classes. In those cases, I made sure they had the information they needed in case they want to use the library hosted blogs/wikis/podcasts in their own classes.
The fair was a great opportunity to share what we’re doing, and talk up some of the tools and services we offer. Hopefully, we’ll see an increase in interest in some of these tools as a result of the fair. And if your faculty want to incorporate blogs, wikis, or podcasts, please let them know that we’re here to help!