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Hello,

The Atlantic Provinces Library Association’s Information Literacy Interest
Group invites you to attend the Virtual Info Lit Drop-In Learning Space.
This is an opportunity for those interested in information literacy
instruction and practices to meet others with varied instruction experience
to connect and share pedagogies, activities, and techniques. We’ve hosted
three virtual drop-in spaces so far, and the feedback has been amazing!
This is the fourth session, and we hope to host another in the Fall.

The drop-in will be held on Monday, August 29, 2022, from 10:30 am-12:00 pm
(ADT). This session is an hour and a half, but don’t feel that you have to
stay the entire time if you have other items on your agenda!

The theme for this drop-in session is Teaching Tools Show and Tell Part 2.
This session is a continuation of the Teaching Tools discussion that was
hosted during the APLA conference in June.  We will be sharing tools that
we’ve adopted since the previous discussion as well as any tools that you
use in your workplace setting. Folks are encouraged to share their insights
about the tools, as well as share their screen to show the tools in action!

This is an informal session where you can contribute as much as you want,
so if you prefer to listen to other participants, that is fine too.  The
goal of this group is to create a safe space that will empower fellow
information professionals in their teaching journey.

You do not have to be currently employed as an information professional to
participate in this session, nor does your teaching experience that you
would like to share have to be from information literacy instruction
sessions. All teaching experience is relevant, as it shapes individuals as
educators. Students are welcome to participate!

Please register by following this link: https://forms.gle/Nsci9fGB84yHCJ4d8


Google Meet meeting information will be sent to you closer to the session
date.

Drop-In Overview:

Welcome (Introductions and Land Acknowledgments)

Sharing tools and strategies for using it (participants are encouraged to
screen share, if technology is on our side!)

Evaluation of Session

Closing
Kind regards,
Agnieszka
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*Agnieszka Hayes*
she/her
Information Literacy Interest Group Convener
Atlantic Provinces Library Association
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@aplacontact   @aplagram | *APLA.ca <http://APLA.ca>*

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