[Libs-Or] New Continuing Education Workshop on SoTL - Oct 15 - Dec 7, online

Pierina Parise pparise at emporia.edu
Mon Aug 27 10:13:40 PDT 2018


Dear fellow librarians,



I'm glad to announce another exciting continuing education workshop through Emporia's SLIM program: Introduction to Scholarship of Teaching and Learning by Dr. Lauren Hays.



If you are interested in any instructional aspects in your library, this workshop is for you. This is an 8-week long class and it is fully online.



https://secure.touchnet.com/C20725_ustores/web/classic/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=558



NOTE: there is an option for obtaining a graduate level credit hour with this workshop. If you intend to do so, please do not register through the link above. Instead you need to register LI 755 XI course with additional tuition and fee. Please, contact Kathie Buckman at kbuckman at emporia.edu<mailto:kbuckman at emporia.edu> for further assistance.



October 15 - December 7, 2018 - Introduction to Scholarship of Teaching and Learning



Audience: Academic librarians

Date: Monday, October 15 - Friday, December 7, 2018

Time: Asynchronous online - Expect 2.5 hours of work a week for this course

Location: Online

* Participants will be informed with further information about Canvas and its access upon registration.

Cost: $125 per person



Exploring the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning



This practical course introduces attendees to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). SoTL is
a movement in higher education to study teaching and learning in order to improve both. Typically,
SoTL scholars study their own teaching and their own students' learning. Research findings are then
shared publicly with the teaching and learning community. Understanding the higher education teaching
and learning community is beneficial for librarians as they continue to assume more teaching responsibilities.
In addition to learning from SoTL, librarians have much to contribute to the conversation. Their expertise
in information literacy, reference, and community engagement make librarians natural contributors to SoTL.



In this course, participants will:
* Explore the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in order to understand the field.
* Identify how librarians can use and participate in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
* Brainstorm potential research topics in the field of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.



Featuring:

Lauren Hays (PhD, Northwest Nazarene University) is the Instructional and Research Librarian at MidAmerica Nazarene University in Olathe, KS, where she teaches, leads information literacy initiatives, co-chairs the Educational Technology Committee, and sits on the Faculty Development Committee. Her interest in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning is what led her to complete a PhD, and her dissertation was titled "Academic Librarians' Teacher Identity Development Through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: A Mixed Methods Study." Currently, Dr. Hays is co-editing a book on SoTL for academic librarians. Her professional interests include teaching, SoTL, information literacy, educational technology, Library and Information Science education, teacher identity and faculty development.



For more information, contact:
Continuing Educations
School of Library and Information Management
Emporia State University
slimce at emporia.edu<mailto:slimce at emporia.edu>
620-341-5203



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Wooseob Jeong

Dean and Richel Distinguished Professor

School of Library and Information Management (founded in 1902)

Emporia State University - changing lives since 1863

Campus Box 4025

1 Kellogg Circle

Emporia, KS 66801

wjeong1 at emporia.edu<mailto:wjeong1 at emporia.edu>

http://www.emporia.edu/slim


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