Tag Archives: learning styles

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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