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Chat - Recordings
Data Services and Data Information Literacy: a Love Story.
January 2014 Chat. Hosted by Andi Ogier is the Data Science and Informatics Librarian at Virginia Tech. A chat transcript is not available for this recording.
Assessment in Practice - Tales from two AiA projects
February 2014 STS-IL Chat
Rebecca Miller from Virginia Tech &
Margaret Phillips from Michigan Tech.
Pi day special! Math & Information Literacy
Due to technical difficulties, there was no recording for the March STS-IL Chat.
Hosted by Beth Sanderson.
First-year experience: challenges and opportunities for STEM librarians
April 15, 2014 Noon Central time
Information Literacy and Science Outreach Librarian
University at Albany, State University of New York
Teaching Open Access
October 2014. Discussion Leader: Bonnie L. Fong (Rutgers-Newark).
iPads: Enhancing library instruction or merely a computer substitute?
November 2014. Discussion Leader: Laksamee Putnam (Towson University).
Interactive technology has found a place in the classroom. But is it making any difference in the way you teach? Come chat with STS, hear about a few ways other libraries are using iPads in information literacy instruction, and decide whether or not you view this technology as merely a computer substitute or an educational enhancement. Librarians with or without iPads are welcome to share their thoughts and ideas. Prime the discussion by reading the article listed below, if you can!