Many thanks to the ALAO Distance Learning Interest Group and Instruction Interest Group for inviting me to be part of a day of conversation and learning about advocating for our students, student learning, and libraries! I’m lucky enough to have been part of an ALAO (Academic Library Association of Ohio) learning event twice within a year, and I appreciate how they inspire and inform my thinking. I’m including two pieces of content in this post that I crafted and facilitated for today’s day of learning and sharing:
1. Morning Keynote: Moving from Nice to Necessary: Academic Libraries and Communities Collaboratively Composing Participatory Practices of Learning
2. Afternoon Small to Large Group Conversation: Assessing Student Learning –we met in small groups to discuss conversation points about assessing student learning and then shared our thinking as a large group. I invite you to keep the conversation going in this public Google Document where I gathered our large group responses and invite you to contribute your thoughts/experiences/questions.