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IPAL 20 15 http://www.pexels.com/photo/370/ Beyond Instruction: brainstorming professional development for librarians and ways to provide development for faculty, workshop offerings, sharing scholarship, and strategies for reflection and improvement CIRCUIT TRAINING SOLUTION OR SYMPATHY Write down instruction/library-related questions or concerns Share the questions anonymously to see if the group has experienced something similar Offer up possible solutions, or sympathize, and let the person who submitted the question know that at least they're not alone IL GROUP INTEREST Join us for engaging conversation and idea sharing! Explore your choice of 5 different stations, then switch to another area of interest when the bell rings. Stations include: Instruction - Getting to "Go!:" brainstorm teaching ideas, discuss where you get your inspiration, and how you get past instruction “writer’s block” Instruction - Bells & Whistles: discuss manipulatives/learning objects for inspiration, flipped classrooms and other strategies & activities Computers vs. Non-Computers: when is it best to walk away from computers? How do you work when you're not in a computer lab? Potpourri: just like on Jeopardy, it's a little bit of everything from assessment to accreditation, formal/informal ideas, great tools & technology, closing the gap, sharing information with students or instructors, and anything else you happen to think of! What your colleagues are saying: "This was great!" "I loved being able to share ideas with colleagues I didn't know. I feel really energized with new ideas." "This was SUPER helpful!" "Loved the circuit training!"

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    Beyond Instruction: brainstorming professional development for librarians andways to provide development for faculty, workshop offerings, sharingscholarship, and strategies for reflection and improvement

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    Y Write down instruction/library-related questions or concernsShare the questions anonymously to see if the group hasexperienced something similar

    Offer up possible solutions, or sympathize, and let the personwho submitted the question know that at least they're not alone

    ILGROUPINTEREST

    Join us for engagingconversation and idea sharing!

    Explore your choice of 5 different stations, then switch to anotherarea of interest when the bell rings. Stations include:

    Instruction - Getting to "Go!:" brainstorm teaching ideas, discusswhere you get your inspiration, and how you get past instructionwriters block

    Instruction - Bells & Whistles: discuss manipulatives/learningobjects for inspiration, flipped classrooms and other strategies & activities

    Computers vs. Non-Computers: when is it best to walk away from computers?How do you work when you're not in a computer lab?

    Potpourri: just like on Jeopardy, it's a little bit of everything from assessment toaccreditation, formal/informal ideas, great tools & technology, closing the gap,sharing information with students or instructors, and anything else you happento think of!

    What your colleagues are saying: "This wasgreat!" "I loved being able to share ideas withcolleagues I didn't know. I feel really energized withnew ideas." "This was SUPER helpful!" "Loved the circuit training!"