My Instructional Context

My Instructional Context

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My Instructional Context by Mind Map: My Instructional Context

1. Loosely used by department

2. Connections

2.1. Representation on all major college committees

2.2. Collaborations and connection with Administrators and departments

2.3. Outreach to college groups

2.4. Faculty

2.4.1. Nursing

2.4.2. English

2.4.3. First Year Experience

2.4.4. History

2.4.5. Education

2.4.6. Health careers

2.5. Partnerships with Public Libraries

3. Who?

3.1. 9 Other Librarians

3.1.1. Information/Media/Digital Literacy

3.1.1.1. Theroetically, all aspects of the Framework

3.2. Technology Staff

3.2.1. Basic technology skills

3.2.1.1. Nothing in the Framework

4. What?

4.1. Subjects/Themes

4.1.1. Citations

4.1.2. Plagiarism

4.1.3. Searching

4.1.4. Evaluation of Sources

4.1.5. Media and Digital Literacy

4.1.6. Navigating library resources

4.1.7. Information Creation

4.2. Methods

4.2.1. Lecture

4.2.2. Online Modules

4.2.3. Flipped Instruction

4.2.4. Project Based Learning

4.2.5. Hands on Activities

4.2.6. Team Teaching

4.2.7. Collaboration with Colleagues

5. Who?

5.1. Undergraduates

5.1.1. First two years

5.2. Community Patrons

5.3. GED Students

5.4. High School Students taking college courses

5.5. Faculty and Staff

6. Where? (Framework)

6.1. Loosely guides the development of IL credit course

6.2. Indirectly guides all other teaching

7. How?

7.1. One-Shots

7.2. IL Credit Course

7.3. Recorded Tutorials

7.4. Embedded in Blackboard Courses

7.5. Reference Services

7.6. Research Consultations

7.7. Research Guides

8. My Institutional Context