Date(s) - 01/01/2021 - 01/01/2025
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If you are a novice or veteran instructor in search of engaging and effective alternatives to lectures, Active Learning Strategies for Effective and Engaging Instruction will take your instruction to the next level!
You’ll take on the role of an instruction librarian and help faculty identify systematic review best practices, Public Health students find resources in their area, Physician Assistant students identify study types, and nursing students find patient care resources.
In the process, you learn when and how to use active learning approaches that Case Study Approach, Problem-Based Learning, Gradual Release of Responsibility, and a Jigsaw Activity. These approaches work face-to-face and in online synchronous environments. You’ll leave the course with new, powerful tools in your pedagogical toolkit.
The course includes:
When you complete the course you will be able to:
New and veteran medical librarians, other health information professionals, and non-librarians who want to acquire skills in core active learning approaches.
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