The Librarian's Guide to Teaching

The Librarian's Guide to Teaching

By Amanda Piekart
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This podcast is hosted by two instruction librarians that are interested in sharing their experiences teaching information literacy, discussing current trends, and having meaningful conversations about librarianship.
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This podcast is hosted by two instruction librarians that are interested in sharing their experiences teaching information literacy, discussing current trends, and having meaningful conversations about librarianship.
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Engaging Students in the Classroom through Critical Librarianship
In this episode, Amanda and Jessica interview Romel Espinel and discuss his approaches to critical librarianship in the classroom. We discuss teaching styles, student centered practices and practical examples of how to implement these strategies in the classroom.  Show Notes:  Here's where you can find us -- Podcast: @Librarian_Guide Jessica: @LibraryGeek611 Amanda: @HistoryBuff820 Email: InfoLitTeachingPodcast@gmail.com We are also now available on itunes! Be sure to find us there and subscribe to our podcast!
42:09
November 7, 2019
Can libraries be "normal"?
Show Notes: On this episode of The Librarian's Guide to Teaching, Amanda and Jessica respond to a recent article published about academic libraries and what students really want. They also share a tweet of the week.  The Atlantic Article: https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2019/10/college-students-dont-want-fancy-libraries/599455/ Duke Study referenced in Atlantic Article: https://library.duke.edu/about/depts/assessment-user-experience/student-survey Ebony Magnus, Jackie Belanger and Maggie Faber; Towards a Critical Assessment Practice: http://www.inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2018/towards-critical-assessment-practice/ ***Note: The article is discussed with a bit of snark at times but we focus on positive takeaways around library assessment, institutional culture and meeting the needs of students. Here's where you can find us -- Podcast: @Librarian_Guide Jessica: @LibraryGeek611 Amanda: @HistoryBuff820 Email: InfoLitTeachingPodcast@gmail.com
25:58
October 30, 2019
Assessment: are we asking the right questions?
In this episode, Jessica and Amanda interview ACRL-NJ Chapter President, Cara Berg and they talk about their experiences with assessment, the challenges they encounter and how they are using the data they collect. They also share this week's work triumphs and work fails.  Show Notes:  ACRL project outcomes. Retrieved from https://acrl.projectoutcome.org/ Bull, A., Head, A., & MacMillian, M. (2019). Asking the right questions: Bridging gaps between information literacy assessment approaches. Against the Grain, 31(4) Retrieved from https://against-the-grain.com/2019/10/v314-asking-the-right-questions-bridging-gaps-between-information-literacy-assessment-approaches/
43:02
October 21, 2019
Impostors in the Classroom?
In the first episode of The Librarians Guide to Teaching, Hosts, Jessica Kiebler and Amanda Piekart introduce themselves, explain why they started this podcast and discussed Impostor Syndrome in the classroom. Below are links to resources discussed in this first episode.  The Imposter Cure by Jessamy Hibberd: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/48138995-the-imposter-cure?ac=1&from_search=true “Jumping into the Deep: Imposter Syndrome, Defining Success, and the New Librarian”: https://journal.lib.uoguelph.ca/index.php/perj/article/view/3979/3994 Clance, P.R., and Imes, S.A. (1978). The impostor phenomenon in high achieving women: Dynamics and Therapeutic interventions. Psychotherapy: Theory Research and Practice, 15, 241-247. https://www.paulineroseclance.com/impostor_phenomenon.html ACRL eLearning Course: http://www.ala.org/acrl/onlinelearning/impostersyndrome "Driven" Podcast - The 1st 3 episodes are a failure series: https://thedrivenpodcast.com/ This episodes theme music: Srivastav, A. (2013). Merry Go Round [Audio file]. Retrieved from https://soundcloud.com/909-music/arnav-srivastav-merry-go  Amanda Twitter handle: @historybuff820 Jessica Twitter handle: @librarygeek611 Podcast website: https://librariansguidetoteaching.weebly.com/ 
29:36
October 1, 2019
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