10 Ideas for Making Your Teaching More Learner-Centered

A few weeks ago, I had the delight of facilitating a conversation with some A++ instruction librarians at ALA Midwinter (thank you, Rob, for the invitation!). I made a quick little handout on 10 ideas for making your teaching more learner-centered, and I thought it could be useful for others as well, so am sharing it here. It’s CC-BY licensed, so please feel free to reuse, remix, and share!

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(The image above is linked to the doc, or you can go directly to: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRAuzwkoqC06Z4jlPVqEtKIs3c0ZMCMTFuP-spaEuXzzHKrB-O82ejzUaPryISmtqZs8jNQQzHFDJNC/pub)

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Filed under Bibliographic Instruction is Dead, Library Instruction, Posts by Dani Brecher

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