Perfection isn't the goal, right? Reflections from early-career librarians on adapting the one-shot to an online environment
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Sclafani, M., O'Grady, C. & Freemon, L. (2021, May 13). Perfection isn't the goal, right? Reflections from early-career librarians on adapting the one-shot to an online environment [Conference Presentation]. LOEX 2021 Online. http://loexconference.org/breakout-session-materials/
This presentation is a reflection of three early-career librarians from different universities on the pivot from in-person to online one-shot instruction due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Presenters will discuss how adapting their instruction to online environments developed and expanded their pedagogical toolkits. This presentation will discuss the importance of reflective teaching practices, active learning in instructional design, and a pedagogy of care. Participants will be encouraged to reflect on their own experiences throughout the presentation and how their pedagogy has developed and expanded due to remote education.
Learning Outcomes: 1. Participants will be able to implement reflective teaching within their instructional practice in order to determine their capacity when pivoting to remote education. 2. Participants will be able to recognize the importance of incorporating active learning within their instructional design in order to engage learners remotely. 3. Participants will be able to practice a pedagogy of care in order to respond to their needs and the needs of their students during a stressful and uncontrollable global crisis.
Presented at the LOEX 2021 Annual Conference held online, May 13, 2021.