2. Blended learning with group work
3. Hands-on activities where we mix instruction with tactile activities
Lara Sibley welcomes students’ questions, uninformed questions, and partial questions.
She wants students to feel comfortable asking at any time during their research.
Academic Librarian tries to convince students who want to leave the campus to stay in the library in order to have social interactions. She presents the library as a collaborative place where students get together and meet their friends
Another Academic Librarian emphasized the value of the library orientation and collaboration with the faculty. He mentioned that faculty members are often reluctant to collaborate and share their instruction. How do we redesign instruction for first-generation college students who are newcomers and not familiar with college expectations? He encouraged high school librarians to promote academic honesty.
School librarians wondered how to reach out to collaborate with teachers for projects. How do we offer instruction to support students' research skills, work with individual students and provide constant resources?
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