Guest Speaker Opportunity at the iSchool

By , February 10, 2020 3:52 pm
During Spring Quarter at the University of Washington Information School, there will be a course available for MLIS students to take called Instructional and Traning Strategies for Information Professionals (LIS 560). This course is designed to help students develop” knowledge and skills in instruction while applying theories of information literacy, teaching, and learning to instruction in an information environment. [It] teaches students how to design, develop, and evaluate instructional programs for specific users.” Throughout the quarter, this course will host several guest speakers who have instruction and training experience within a librarian framework.

 

We have reached out to the instructor, Trent Hill, and asked if he was interested in having a law librarian come to and talk to the class. He was more than thrilled about this opportunity. Although this class is for the general MLIS program, it would be nice to have them exposed to law librarianship.

 

We are looking for a LLOPS member who has legal research instructional experience and is willing to come to share their experience with this group of future librarians! Come and speak to the class about your instructional experience and recommendations on how to build instructional lessons/curriculums.

 

If you are interested or would like more details, please contact your LLOPS iSchool Liaisons, Pearl (pearlm@uw.edu) or Marissa (rydzew@uw.edu).

Thank you!

Marissa

Marissa Rydzewski

Pronouns: she/her

Public Services Supervisor

M.L.I.S Candidate

Gallagher Law Library

William H. Gates Hall |Box 353025|L159

4293 Memorial Way, Seattle, WA 98195-3025

206.543.7747

rydzew@uw.edu

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