NOTE: Make sure you follow these instructions and pay attention to the dates below. You’ve worked so hard over the past semester – don’t let that content just disappear!
Hey all – to make it easy for folks to explore the symposium posts this week, please share your URL here. Post with a short “tweet” abstract for your entry in the comments below. Or perhaps a haiku? 🙂 ALSO: Please submit the URL for your symposium post to Canvas when you are ready!
Welcome to the Virtual Symposium! The very brief module is here.
Hi all – I wanted to share a column from Library Journal in late 2017. It’s about LIS students putting themselves out there. It was also inspired by Hyperlinked Library students over the years! Building some type of professional presence on social media is a good step for any LIS student. LinkedIn, Facebook, and other […]
Hey all – It is fine by me if you build your final reflections into your Symposium entry. Note that the post or artifact should include your brief thoughts on the Reflective Practice module. You can combine or do a separate post. Just let me know via a comment in Canvas when you submit the […]
Please share your Director’s Brief URL here for everyone to explore with a few words to describe your focus. I’m very excited to read them. I will be working on grading all week. Will give you an update when to see grades in Canvas. Because of the extension offer, we’ll see posts throughout the week. […]
Greetings all. I would appreciate your feedback and participation in Student Opinion of Teaching Effectiveness (SOTEs). It is helpful to me and to our school. SOTEs will be open from April 30 to May 13 and can be accessed via e-mail invitation and Canvas links. Thank you!
Greetings all and welcome to the week where the tables turn! We devote an entire week to your own creative curiosity. The module is here.
Greetings all! For our last few days of class, you will spend some time reflecting on all your work for the course. An artifact to represent that learning is what makes up the Virtual Symposium. Virtual Symposium To share your work for the semester, consider one or more of the following for the “virtual symposium” – […]
Hi all – Just wanted to share this with you: Libraries Are For Everyone