Tag Archives: learning styles

Teaching the Teachers or Taylor Swift?

by Cassie DuBay It’s good to be early for things. Snagging tickets to Taylor Swift’s next tour requires diligence and dedication. Trying to attend Teaching the Teachers required the same. It was January 22, 2019, 11:58am, and I had the … Continue reading

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I Can See Clearly Now: The Benefits of Visual Aids in Teaching

In my last post, I pondered what should be taught in legal research classes beyond legal research. This month, I thought I’d look at how we present these topics in the classroom. If you surveyed the academic law library community, … Continue reading

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FCIL Librarians: Thoughts on Research Instruction

By C. Deane Web Usability: Don’t Make Me Think When I was an online student working on my MLIS one of the things that most troubled me was how poorly organized the course pages were on Blackboard. Now that I teach … Continue reading

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Deep and Surface Learning: How can we get them to engage with the material?

Nurturing Small Groups I teach small classes of 8-10 students. I love being able to give them individual attention. If I ever have 30 students sign up for my class, I will definitely have to change the assignments so they … Continue reading

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