Calling All Instruction Librarians: What Keeps You (and Your Colleagues) Up at Night?
Plus: Launching the New METRO Library Instruction Meetup in the New METRO Space!
Join us for an exciting and productive 2-part event.
First, we will explore the new METRO presentation, workshop, and studio facilities, and discuss the opportunities afforded to build our community and learn together. In addition to a larger and better equipped workshop space, there are smaller meeting rooms, informal gathering spaces, and a studio where METRO will make equipment and new technologies available for members’ use.
Next up, we will open the floor to targeted discussion: what is happening in your library and on your campus?
• Are you and your colleagues instruction collaborators or independent operators? How do you work together—or alongside one another? What works well? What not so much?
• Has there been an effort to bring the ACRL Framework into practice, and how did it go?
• If you were to articulate a personal wish list for IL on your campus, what would it include?
• What failures have you experienced? Has there been any value added in recovery from failure?
• What keeps you and your colleagues up at night? What is your deepest concern related to library instruction right now?
WHEN: Wednesday June 14, 4:30pm – 6:30pm
WHERE: METRO,[masked]th Avenue (between 44th & 45th Streets), 8th floor (directions (http://metro.org/location/))