Artifact 10

Google+ Lesson, video

Technology Classes at a Community College Library

MLS Outcomes: P.O. 4, 7
MLS Value: P.V. 4

The purpose of this experience was to create an opportunity for me to design and deliver quality library instruction in an academic library setting. When designing these 30-minute sessions I employed Gardener’s theory of multiple intelligences to design presentations that accommodate different learning styles.

Google+ Lesson, handout

Google+ Lesson, handout

Google+ vs. Facebook Lesson, video

Google+ vs. Facebook Lesson, video

iPad for Beginners Lesson, video

iPad for Beginners Lesson, video

 

 

 

 

My artifact is three video recordings and one of the three beginning technology workshops I led, offered to all students, staff, and faculty at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington and also a link to a handout for the first lesson. The three, 30-minute sessions I taught were Google+, Facebook vs. Google+, and iPad for Beginners. I was able to practice designing a class for a specific audience, promoting information literacy in a library, and teaching myself about new and emerging technologies and sharing what I learned with others. This unique opportunity allowed me to develop my teaching ability, disseminate information about emerging technologies to colleagues and patrons, and focused my drive to promote information literacy in an academic library setting.