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    • A picture is worth 150 words: Using Wordle to assess library instruction 

      Huisman, Rhonda K.; Hanna, Kathleen A. (Pierian Press, 2011)
      Making library instruction interactive and engaging is no easy feat, and assessment of the standard one-shot visit can be difficult. Librarians need a simple and fast method for evaluation of learning. The one-minute paper ...
    • A scanner darkly: Retooling the tools for environmental scans 

      Emery, Katie; Huisman, Rhonda K.; Lacy, Meagan; Staum, Sonja (2013-04-08)
      See how a small group of librarians gathered partners across campus to conduct an environmental scan of their instructional program. We took a long workbook (Analyzing Your Instruction Environment, published by ACRL) and ...
    • By and for us: The development of a peer review of teaching program by and for pre-tenure librarians 

      Alabi, Jaena; Huisman, Rhonda; Lacy, Meagan; Miller, Willie; Snajdr, Eric; Trinoskey, Jessica; Weare, William H., Jr. (Regis University, 2012)
      Seven pre-tenure librarians at the University Library at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), concerned about the effectiveness of their library instruction, created a peer review of teaching (PROT) ...
    • College ready, college bound 

      Huisman, Rhonda K. (2013-08-23)
      We convened a group of local and campus constituents as an advisory board, with representatives from IUPUI School of Education, Ivy Tech Community College, Indiana Department of Education, K-12 schools in Marion County, ...
    • Indy $500: Race to the shops 

      Miller, Willie; Huisman, Rhonda K. (American Library Association, 2013)
      The article offers travel tips for Indianapolis, Indiana, host city of Association of College and Research Libraries 2013, and includes recommendations for shopping, sightseeing, and bookshops.
    • Lifelong learning: Moving beyond the library degree? 

      Huisman, Rhonda K. (American Library Association, 2011)
      Describes the decision to continue taking courses towards an advanced degree, as well as personal or professional factors in motivation for this decision.
    • Now you see it: Transparency in instruction and assessment 

      Huisman, Rhonda K. (2013-04-05)
      NILOA (National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment) offers those faculty, administrators, peer institutions, and librarians a wealth of information concerning all forms and types of assessment on a campus. Librarians ...
    • Project based learning: Faculty and librarian partners in pedagogy 

      Huisman, Rhonda K. (2013-03-18)
      This [poster]session will define Project-Based Learning (PBL), including the methodology, structure, resources, and ideas for collaboration between teachers, faculty and librarians. Project-Based Learning provides for ...
    • We've wordled: Have you? 

      Huisman, Rhonda K.; Miller, Willie; Trinoskey, Jessica (American Library Association, 2011)
      The article describes the use of the word-cloud generator, Wordle, by three subject librarians at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, in various aspects of library instruction and outreach.