2018.03.13 Digital Library Pedagogy Twitter Chat
Welcome! This #DLFteach chat is hosted by @jdavgree, @eagibes, and @ararebit
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For this session of #DLFteach, we’re interested in community building and professional development needs among digital library and digital instructors/practitioners.
Questions will be Tweeted from @CLIRDLF. Ready? Here we go! #DLFteach
First, introduce yourself! #DLFteach
○ Q1: What communities of practice do you gravitate towards? What has been most useful for you in meeting others doing this work? #DLFteach
○ Q2: What are your professional development needs as regards digital libraries and digital pedagogy? #DLFteach
○ Q3: How can we design and offer professional development opportunities that is accessible to folks at smaller institutions who may not have travel funding and may not attend DLF? #DLFteach
○ Q4: Great prof dev takes work! How can communities like #DLFteach create meaningful prof dev opportunities in a grassroots way without overextending volunteer organizers? #DLFteach
○ Q5: What are other ways that we can build community among digital library and digital instructors/practitioners? #DLFteach
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