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LibTeachMeet - Librarians sharing teaching ideas 

 

 

What's a TeachMeet?

 

TeachMeets are informal gatherings of (originally) teachers, designed to allow the sharing of ideas. Library TeachMeets are for librarians who teach! Find out more about the history of Library TeachMeets in the article "TeachMeet: Librarians learning from each other" by Niamh Tumelty, Isla Kuhn and Katie Birkwood.

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Library TeachMeets:

 

Please post upcoming LibTeachMeets below in chronological order below - this is a free wiki so you will need to request to join:

 

 

 

Staffordshire University Library Teachmeet -
'Information Literacy and Making Judgements: from Brexit to The White House' Sponsored by the CILIP Information Literacy Group

 

Staffordshire University Library are pleased to announce our next Teachmeet - 'Information Literacy and Making Judgements: from Brexit to The White House' Sponsored by the CILIP Information Literacy Group.


The event will be held on Thursday 4th May from 1pm -4pm in Stoke-on-Trent and will start with a lunch sponsored by the CILIP Information Literacy Group.

We are looking for presenters and enthusiastic audience members - sign up here http://bit.ly/2nivX9W places are limited!

 

 

 

 

Library Teachmeet Huddersfield, 2016!

We're holding a TeachMeet for librarians (and people in other learning support roles if you want to come along!) at the University of Huddersfield on 23rd February 2016.

This will be a really informal opportunity for librarians who teach to get together to share tips and experiences.

If you've never attended a TeachMeet before, be prepared to give a short (5 minute) talk on an aspect of your teaching practice - the idea of the Teachmeet format is that as many people share as possible!

Some places will be available for those who don't want to give a 5 minute presentation, but you'll still be expected to share your experiences in other activities on the day.

We've also made some places available for people who can't make the day, but still want to share :)

Booking form is via Eventbrite.

 

 

 

 

 

Ponteland High School is holding a Lib TeachMeet on Wednesday 24th June 2015, 1.30-4pm.

It is free and we hope it will provide a great learning, sharing and networking opportunity for library staff from across the region (people from elsewhere are, of course, very welcome!).

Predominantly such events are not held in Schools, so I thought I would change the norm and offer this opportunity.

Everyone is welcome, librarians, information assistants, head of your organization or a junior assistant… we’re looking forward to seeing you. 

If you wish to contribute, the only rule is that your presentation mustn’t be trying to sell us anything , and you must stick to the timeslot.

You can use PowerPoint or you can just talk, and / or show something from the web.  Anything that will kick-start a discussion will be very welcome.  
Examples of presentations I have seen are:

                        • Library poster displays
                        • Jigsaws as a means of teaching sixth form students about writing essays.
                        • Interactive tools to assist with Library Inductions.


https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lib-teachmeet-north-east-tickets-15301928480

 


 

 

Saturday 25th April 10.00am to 4.15pm at Lilian Baylis School London SE11 5QY

 

Morning Workshops:

  • Running project qualifications from the library
  • Augmented reality and apps
  • eBooks and online resources - demonstrations by Wheelers and Micro Librarian Systems (MLS) of their platforms followed by discussion on the impact of e-books in school now and in the future.
  • Benefit of children's literature on pupil attainment.

 

Artist in residence - Dzifa Benson

  

Meet children's authors - Margaret Bateson-Hill, Sandra Agard, Alex Wheatle, Lydia Syson and many more...

 
Afternoon library surgery
- thorough, frank and open discussion of the issues that concern you (making your budget go further, developing library websites and blogs, running clubs, reporting to management, teaching information skills, using e-resources legally and responsibly - let us know what else you want to discuss!)
 
Full details at http://www.cilip.org.uk/school-libraries-group/events/slg-lse-branch-libmeet
 
Price £10 includes lunch and refreshments.
Payment on the door is fine but booking is essential.
  
Contact
Christine Belsham email: c.belsham@shc.gdst.net 
phone:020 8677 8400 or
Barbara Ferramosca email: barbara.ferramosca@lilianbaylis.com 
phone: 020 7091 9527
 
See you there!
Nancy Cheeseman
CILIP SLG L&SE Publicity

  


 

Library TeachMeets will also be happening at the following conferences:

 

LILAC 2015, 9th April, 2015, Newcastle University

LILAC TeachMeet presentations

 

 

 

North West Academic Libraries Conference, 15th July 2015,
Manchester Metropolitan University

http://www.nowal.ac.uk/conference/

 


 

 

 

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