San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The CILIP IL Group are pleased to announce a training session delivered by Barbara Allan on Making an impact in your teaching practice. As Dean of Westminster Business School Barbara has a wealth of experience in HE, specifically in enhancing learning, teaching and the student experience. Barbara’s focus on creating engaging classrooms and interacting with students will ensure that this is an invaluable session for any librarians involved in the creation and delivery of IL teaching at their own organisations.
The content of the session will include:
- Knowing your participants
- Using the 4MAT method in course design
- Introducing learning innovations
- Using interactive techniques
- Working with new technologies (blogs, wiki, social media…)
- Working with large groups
- Successful presentations
Registration with refreshments: 10.15-10.30
Start of course: 10.30
Lunch: 12.30 – 13.15
Tea break: 3pm
This free event is only available to existing CILIP Information Literacy Group members.
To join, please select us as one of your CILIP Special Interest Groups If you are not a CILIP member, please contact our Membership Secretary.
Barbara Allan is Dean of Westminster Business School and she has a special interest in professional development. She previously worked in the universities of Birmingham, Hull, Lincoln and Leeds Metropolitan, as well as many years with the Open University. Barbara’s professional practice has been focused on library and information work, and following an MSc in Information Science from City University she gained experience of managing workplace, further education and university libraries and information services. For a number of years, Barbara ran a successful professional development business with clients across the UK and Europe, and the focus of this business was on the library and information sector. This business was one of the early innovators in providing e-learning and e-mentoring support for a diverse range of organisations. Barbara was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship by the Higher Education Academy in 2008. Barbara holds a Doctorate in Education from the University of Sheffield. She has written many books for Facet Publishing including: Training Skills for Library Staff; E-learning and teaching in Library and Information services; Blended Learning; Developing Library Staff through Work-based Learning; Supervising and Leading teams in ILS; and Project Management. She is currently completing a new book No-Nonsense Guide to Training.
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CILIP Information Literacy Group
A CILIP Special Interest Group which encourages debate and the exchange of knowledge in all aspects of Information Literacy.