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Welcome to the 20th Annual Brick & Click Conference (and our first time being 100% virtual) - we’re glad you’re here!

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Friday, November 6 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Teaching into the Gray Areas: Designing Learning Activities that Encourage Higher Order Thinking and Research Skills

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All too often, our library instruction sessions seem to wind up bogged down in the (boring) details of database mechanics rather than on the more nuanced critical thinking and evaluation skills that we ultimately want our students to master. Come to this session and learn how to work with teaching faculty to incorporate challenging learning activities into sessions while still meeting the basic informational needs and source requirements of the typical college level research assignment. There will be a brief showcase of two sample activities and then attendees will work together to design a critical thinking exercise that can be taken back and used in their own classrooms after the conference.

Speakers
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Virginia Cairns

Instruction Librarian, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Instruction Librarian, interested in critical thinking, nontraditional assignments, partnering with teaching faculty.


Friday November 6, 2020 10:00am - 10:50am CST