Joint Meeting with IL Group: Remote Instruction platforms

The Distance Learning and Information Literacy Discussion groups welcome you to their annual “Meet and Greet” scheduled for Friday, May 13, 2011. The focus of this meeting’s discussion will be the use of web conferencing tools for online instruction, workshops and 1:1 library support for distance learners.

Scheduled demonstrations of remote platforms will include Adobe Connect, WIMBA, and Skype, but we are not limited to discussing these platforms; rather, we would like to have this be a forum for how our colleagues are using remote meeting/instruction platforms for teaching and learning at their institutions.

Joining the ACRLNY Discussion groups allow you to share experiences and get practical ideas and strategies for integrating best practices at your own campuses.

Coming to this open “meet-and-greet” would allow you to connect with colleagues to discuss:

  • Pros and Cons of remote platforms (covering technical issues, pricing and best practices for instituting these tools in your library)
  • Instructional issues related to using these platforms with Distance Learning populations in particular
  • methods and experiences using meeting software in conjunction with course management systems (such as WebCT, Blackboard or Moodle.)

Please RSVP using this google form so that we can give your name to security at the venue. If you are unable to make the meeting, you may also use the RSVP form to share a platform resource and/or let us know if you would like to be notified about future ACRLNY Discussion Group Meetings.

Thank-you for  your interest, looking forward to a good meeting.

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