New PDF release: Active Learning Techniques for Librarians. Practical

By Andrew Walsh

ISBN-10: 1843345927

ISBN-13: 9781843345923

A realistic paintings outlining the speculation and perform of utilizing energetic studying thoughts in library settings. It explains the idea of energetic studying and argues for its significance in our educating and is illustrated utilizing a great number of examples of concepts that may be simply transferred and utilized in educating library and data talents to a number of freshmen inside of all library sectors. those sensible examples realize that for many people interested by educating library and data talents the only off consultation is the norm, so we want options that let us to quick seize and carry our newbies' consciousness. The examples are both helpful to these new to instructing, who desire to convey lively studying into their classes for the 1st time, as to these more matured who are looking to refresh their instructing with a few new principles and to hold on their improvement as librarian teachers.

  • Outlines the argument for extra lively studying ideas in our sessions
  • Explains the idea of energetic learning
  • Includes examples that may be utilized in teaching

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Put up an essay title or research question at the front of the class in your chosen mind mapping package. ■ Ask one person at a time to come up and contribute to the mind map. The first person should just circle the main concepts in the question, those following should contribute something extra to the map. ■ Work around the class until people are running out of ideas. ■ Show how they might take this map to help them construct a search strategy or structure a piece of work. ■ Print out a copy of the mind map for everyone in the class (or make a link available).

25 Active Learning Techniques for Librarians Hangman Uses: To check and review knowledge at the end of the session, but including an element of competition. Materials required: Flip charts or interactive whiteboard with 2 ‘hangman’ type frames drawn on it (see diagram). A bell or a buzzer for each team. Notes: This works best with small groups so everyone gets a turn. It is important to have a brief discussion of each answer to re-enforce the learning. How to use it: ■ Split the class into two teams.

Pitfalls: It can be quite hard to explain what you want your class to do with an activity like this, so be prepared to leap in with examples if your groups start to go astray – don’t leave them to it. 57 Active Learning Techniques for Librarians What animal are you? Uses: Enables learners to reflect on how they currently behave and think about the strengths and weaknesses of that behaviour. This example addresses information seeking behaviour but can be adapted for many other behaviours. Materials required: A copy per member of class of a list of animals that represent different information seeking behaviours.

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