Instruction Session Project
This website presents an online publication of an assignment for LIS 600. I have chosen to publish my Instruction Session for LIS 526. For this assignment, students were to present a 20 minute session teaching some thing on of our choice about information literacy to some group, represented by our classmates. For the session, we were to prepare a point of use guide for participants and assessment instruments to measure the skills learned by the group and for peer evaluators, represented by two classmates, to evaluate the session, the guide, and skill assessment instruments. For each instruction session, we also had to clearly establish what group of people we were instructing.
I chose to instruct some librarians and library workers in the basic set up of a Wii gaming system.
This instruction session was originally created for LIS 526 - Instructional Strategies for Library and Information Professionals in the Fall of 2008. It does not represent any real workshop or instruction session.
This website was created by Christine Varnam, to fulfill a requirement for graduation from the Masters of Library and Information Studies program at the University of Alberta.