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Instructional Skills for Health Sciences Librarians

Health sciences librarians are called upon to teach regularly as a part of their daily work life. Instruction isn’t just limited to teaching a course; however, it could be as simple as effectively answering chat reference, email, or phone call, doing a short consultation for a researcher, highlighting apps on clinical rounds, or lecturing to a hall full of medical students or nurses. This webinar is designed for new and “new-to-teaching” librarians and will provide an overview of how to structure all kinds of teaching encounters, including writing objectives for formal sessions, methods to keep in-person and online lectures engaging and interesting, and tricks for supporting distance learning.

Registration for Live Event Closed! 

Watch for OnDemand Viewing Late Summer 2014!

 

 

Event Dates: 
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Event Location: 
Real time webinar, 1:00 pm–2:30 pm CT
Event Sponsor / Organizer: 
MLA and The H. W. Wilson Foundation
Event Venue / Type: 
real-time virtual
Event Category / Format: 
webinar / webcast
Fee: 
Free
Event Competency Specialization: 
curriculum design and instruction
Event Experience Level: 
beginning plus
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