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Instruction Toolkit: General Instruction Resources
"The MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory...collaborates with faculty, administrators, and students to strengthen ongoing educational efforts at MIT and develop innovations in pedagogy and technology." Sponsors workshops during IAP on teaching best practices.
Discussion list for instruction librarians, maintained by the Instruction Section of ACRL. The archive is searchable, making it an excellent resource for finding teaching tips, articles about instruction, etc.
Maintained the Instruction Section, this project "promotes and shares peer-reviewed instructional materials created by librarians to teach people about discovering, accessing and evaluating information in networked environments."
Sponsored by ACRL, this is an intensive workshop series on library instruction. Attendance is very competitive, and requires an application. Courtney Crummett, Anne Graham, Lisa Horowitz, Angie Locknar, Jennie Murack, and Mark Szarko have all attended. Mark has also served on the selection committee for several years, including as Vice Chair (2010-2011) and Chair (2011-2012), and can answer questions about the program or application process.
For questions about the Toolkit, please contact the teaching and learning team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Members of the group include:
Karrie Peterson (convener)
Join the #instruction slack channel for announcements and to ask questions.