Reminder: Register for July 10 Webinar on “How Do Our Students Learn?” A Cognitive Psychological Model for Information Literacy Instruction”

Just as a reminder, Dani and I will presenting a free webinar for EasyBib this Thursday, July 10 at 3 pm EST, on the following topic:

Effective student-centered pedagogy requires understanding how students learn, and tailoring our instruction accordingly. This webinar is designed to introduce teaching librarians to the cognitive science of learning and its potential to improve information literacy instruction. Five basic principles from the cognitive science of learning will be introduced, along with concrete examples for how to apply them to the information literacy instruction context.

Here’s a bit more info about the webinar from EasyBib, including a link to register. If you can’t make it in real time, register anyway, and and you’ll be sent a link with the video, slides, resources, my UNC transcripts, and all kinds of good stuff.

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Filed under Bibliographic Instruction is Dead, Education, Library Instruction, Posts by Kevin Michael Klipfel

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