ICYMI: ALISE Webinar - Ten Ideas for Innovative Teaching

Ten Ideas for Innovative Teaching

Webinar Date: Friday, September 29, 2017

Webinar Moderator: 
Cecilia Salvatore, PhD, Professor
School of Information Studies, Dominican University

Webinar Speakers:
Jenna Hartel, PhD, Associate Professor
Faculty of Information, University of Toronto


Dr. Jenna Hartel is the 2016 winner of the ALISE/Proquest Excellence in Teaching Award. In this webinar she shares ten ideas for innovative teaching that she has used in her classrooms. Mindfulness meditation, souvenirs, iSquares, and "creative deliverables" are just a few of the pedagogical surprises she will describe. Each idea will be presented with an eye to turnkey implementation, so that other educators in the audience can adopt and implement one or more of the strategies right away. Real student feedback drawn from course evaluations will supply a student perspective, when available. Time will be reserved at the end of the webinar to entertain additional ideas for innovative teaching, sourced from the audience.

Dr. Jenna Hartel is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto. Her research and teaching aim to be an imaginative, energetic, and committed form of intervention in the field of library and information science (LIS). She believes a different character of LIS is possible, one that moves beyond pragmatic concerns with information resources and technologies to consider positive and upbeat information phenomena across the entire human experience.

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