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TCLC active learning session — March 27th

March 18, 2015

You are invited!

On March 27, TCLC members Mary Beth Parkinson and Sara Hartman-Caverly–at Montgomery County Community College–will facilitate an active learning session to explore the concept of Inquiry Guided Learning (IGL), a teaching philosophy promoting student-centered learning through increasingly independent inquiry and investigation.

A morning of brainstorming will reveal ways to bring IGL principles and strategies to your information literacy instruction.

Participate in a discussion of the draft ACRL Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education.

Explore how IGL concepts relate to the ACRL guidelines, and more importantly, how to use them to produce more effective information literacy instruction.

Bring…

your lesson plans,

student learning outcomes,

classroom activities,

and your thoughts, questions, and ideas        

…to the workshop for discussion.

Remember!

“Engaging Information Literacy Instruction:

Applying Inquiry-Guided Learning Pedagogy to Information Literacy Teaching and Learning”.

The time? Friday, March 27, 2015

The place? Montgomery County Community College

Please refer to the flyer at http://tclclibs.org/ for complete details and registration information.

We’re looking forward to seeing you there!

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