Entries from Library Learning tagged with 'Campus'

Where Silence is the Rule

Within the study of information literacy, it’s hard to avoid the circumstances under which students learn most effectively. While most of the studies focus on how students learn – globally, visually, structurally, etc. – the environmental factors in which they...

Microlecture Workshop

Haven’t heard about the microlecture? The term is becoming quite popular among educators, especially those in large lecture classes. Essentially, what it boils down to is a video clip, about a minute or two in length, in which the instructor...

Help for Super-Sized Classes

It’s daunting enough to be in front of a classroom on some days, and even worse to be in one where you aren’t sure your voice will carry to the back row. The CITES Academic Technology Services and the Center...

The eTextbook UnConference

The author would normally try and report on this one, but the seats available to this conference were snapped up weeks ago. With good reason – eTextbooks are becoming part of the higher education – along with all the issues...

Rudy Leon - FSI Session: Social Bookmarking & RSS for Teaching and Research

Each year the University of Illinois hosts the Faculty Summer Institute (FSI) a week-long workshop for faculty, administrators, and others around the state "involved in the application of Web-based technologies to the teaching and learning process and in the planning,...