Annual Seminar 2017


Teaching & Learning  Seminar  2017
Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin.

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CONUL T&L Seminar 2017 Programme

10:00-10:30    Registration, Trinity Long Room Hub entrance lobby
Tea/Coffee, Neill Hoey Lecture Theatre, Level 2, Trinity Long Room Hub

10:30-10:45     Welcome and introductions

10:45-11:30    Keynote 1
        How can you tell if it is working? Evaluating the impact of educational
        innovations: David Streatfield, Global Libraries Initiative Consultant

11:30-11:50    CONUL Teaching & Learning Award 2016 Winner
Breaking the S.E.A.L. – Developing new pedagogies and impacts for schools archive users: Barry Houlihan, Archivist, NUI Galway and Dr Paul Flynn, Technology Enhanced Learning Methodologist, School of Education, NUI Galway

11:50-12:00    L2L Expanding horizons:  Personal Development for Library Staff who teach:
        L2L Project team

12:00-13:00     Lightning Talks 1

    1.  Sarah-Anne Kennedy, Dublin Institute of Technology
        Job Space: Using Library resources and research skills to support employability.

    2.  Elaine Harrington , University College Cork
        1st year object based research learning as used by Music and History students.

    3. Geraldine Fitzgerald, Trinity College Dublin
        Starting from Scratch: Inclusive Library Practice for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

4. Sue Miller, Dublin City University
        Responding to teacher’s perceptions of barriers to integration of children’s literature in mathematics teaching: Designing interventions and supports to build information literate attitudes and  behaviours in BEd students in DCU Institute of Education.

    5. Kris Meen, National University of Ireland Galway
       Academic Skills and Digital Literacies

13:00-14:00    Sandwich Lunch, Neill Hoey Lecture Theatre, Level 2, Trinity Long Room Hub

14:00-15:00    Keynote 2
New tricks? Negotiating the librarian identity: Dr Emma Coonan, FHEA, Academic Librarian (Information and Digital Literacies), Library, University of East Anglia

15:00-16:00     Lightning Talks 2

1.  Jayne Dunlop, Ulster University
       Nearpod in Classes

   2.  Fintan Bracken, University of Limerick
        Getting credit: The story of the development of an accredited module of digital skills forPhD candidates

   3. Carole Connolly, Maynooth University
       Lessons Learnt:  Changes to LIST at Maynooth University

4.  Marta Bustillo, University College Dublin
        Information literacy support for ‘Decolonising the curriculum’ project

16:00     Seminar Close

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