Recording links for the 2016 Library as Classroom mini-conference will work immediately following the conference.
Each session will have three recording versions:
- The full Blackboard Collaborate version (requires Java, lets you see the chat conversation, and lets you download chat and slides / whiteboard by using file > save menu);
- An MP3 audio version;
- An MP4 video version.
If you want to watch the video versions, you may find it easier to just use the YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/Library20.
Please use #library2016 on any social media posts about the conference, and do encourage other to join the Library 2.0 network to receive information on future events.
June 15, 2016
|RECORDING||Opening Keynote Panel: Defining the Library as Classroom|
|Sean Casserly||RECORDING||Closing Keynote|
|Mitch Coulter||RECORDING||When It Comes to Curriculum, One Size Does NOT Fit All:Follett’s Lightbox is the Interactive, Fun Resource for All Teaching and Learning Styles|
|Lauren Di Monte||RECORDING||The Library Makerspace as Classroom|
|Megan Egbert||RECORDING||FutureForce: a new type of education for a new type of student|
|Teresa Gray||RECORDING||Special Collections in the Classroom: Embedding Special Collections in an Undergraduate History Course|
|Amy Jiang||RECORDING||Incorporating making culture into the curriculum-Wilson Library's Journey|
|David V. Loertscher||RECORDING||OERs (Open Educational Resources) at the Junction of Library and Classroom|
|Lorette McWilliams||RECORDING||Beyond the Library as Classroom: Two-Generation and Family Learning|
|Margaret Penn||RECORDING||Building a Learning Community Through Public Libraries|
|Sally Pewhairangi||RECORDING||Library as a classroom for library staff|
|Joshua Sadvari||RECORDING||Thinking outside the curriculum: Education throughout the research lifecycle|
|Patricia Shepard Sohmer||RECORDING||Fast and Fit Brain Training: Through a Library Service Delivery Model, Year Two|
|Tasha Squires||RECORDING||Student Engagement Through Library-led Gamificiation|