The MDMLG Professional Development Committee is excited to announce that MHSLA has generously agreed to fund Part 1 of the Instructional Design Webinar Series! The October 18th, 2016 webinar focuses on “What’s Theory Got to Do with It? Learning Theories, Instructional Design, and the Librarian”. We are offering the webinar as On-Demand only.
Where: Anywhere you want to view it!
Time: Anytime! This is an On-Demand webinar
MLA Credits: 1.5 Continuing Education Contact hours
Cost: FREE! Thank you MHSLA!
To register: send an email to Bethany.Figg@cmich.edu indicating you would like to register for the On-Demand session which will be at your convenience shortly after the October 18th live session. Participation in this webcast is free, however registration is required. By registering for the On-Demand, you will be able to earn the MLA CE Credits for viewing the webinar.
More information about the webinar:
What’s Theory Got to Do with It? Learning Theories, Instructional Design, and the Librarian
Explore common (and not so common) learning theories, how they’ve influenced us and how we can use them to design our teaching.
After attending this session, participants will be able to:
--distinguish among the schools of learning theory
--identify and adapt a theory that best fits their values and students
--draft an instructional plan using a learning theory
·Rebecca Graves, AHIP, is the educational services librarian at the J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library at the University of Missouri–Columbia, as well as an adjunct faculty member for health management and informatics. Graves has partnered with faculty in the School of Nursing and the Departments of Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy to work on integrating library instruction and evidence-based searching into the curriculum. In addition to two decades of teaching experience, Graves has published several chapters on teaching and given multiple talks on presentation skills. She received her master of library science from the State University of New York–Buffalo.
Thank you for your interest!
The MDMLG Professional Development Committee