Atlanta Area Bibliographic Instruction Group
In Queue - Getting Online with Instruction
May 23, 2008
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
Library South, Classroom 102
Directions to Georgia State University Library
9:30 am - 10:00 am - Registration
10:00 am - 10:50 am - Teaching Students Remotely
Presenter: Casey Long, Georgia State University
This program will highlight techniques and tools for reaching and teaching students remotely. Long will describe her experiences teaching online library instruction using Elluminate vClass, how she uses social networking tools to reach distance students, and the creation of learning modules for use in WebCT Vista.
Presentation | Reading List
11:00 am - 11:30am - Business Meeting
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm - Using Technology To Teach (Moderated Discussion)
Facilitators: Trena Davis, Georgia State University and Jeremy Worsham, Berry College
Do you use technology to teach? How are you using technology to teach your students in person and remotely? During this moderated discussion you’ll have the chance to share your experiences and brainstorm with others.
Presentation | Notes | Reading List
2:10 pm - 3:00 pm - Making Short Films for Library Instruction and Marketing
Presenters: Emily Rogers, Deborah VanPetten, and Rex DeVane, Valdosta State University
Find out how VSU's Odum Library, Media Services, and the College of Communication Arts collaborated to create "Crime and Punishment," a short film with an instructional and entertaining approach to plagiarism, and other short films to market library instruction and reference.
Presentation [Large File] | Crime & Punishment + Trailers
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm - Optional Tour of GSU's Newly Transformed University Library
Georgia State’s University Library has been completely transformed with the addition of a Learning Commons, two state of the art classrooms, 53 study rooms, 2 media viewing rooms, the addition of a 2nd floor bridge to connect Library North and Library South, and the expansion of the bridges on the 3rd, 4th, and 5th floors. Come see how we’ve changed!