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Wednesday, October 12 • 10:15am - 11:00am
W7: Teaching / Literacy

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Presentation 1

Innovating Data Science Education and Computational Thinking: Connecting iSchools and LAMs
Jane Greenberg(1), Richard Marciano(2)
1: Drexel University, United States of America; 2: University of Maryland, United States of America

As GLAMs embrace the collections as data movement and strive for AI readiness, it is imperative to build bridges connecting educators and frontline leaders. It is equally significant to build educational pathways. This panel presents two national efforts connecting leading GLAMs and educators, and innovative data science education.

Presentation 2

#DLFTeach Toolkit Volume 3: Literacies and Competencies
Mackenzie Brooks(1), Melanie Hubbard(2)
1: Washington and Lee University; 2: Boston College

This fall, the DLF Pedagogy Working Group released #DLFTeach Toolkit Volume 3 which contains literacy and competency driven lessons that shine a light on the way these concepts intersect with each other and our teaching practices. We’ll take a brief look at the Toolkit and reflect on digital pedagogy trends.

Presentation 3

Crafting a (Mis)information Literacy Teaching Toolkit
Ashley Peterson, Alexandra Solodkaya
University of California Los Angeles, United States of America

In this 15-minute presentation, the speakers will describe a digital toolkit for educators engaging learners in a systemic understanding of online misinformation. Including sample learning outcomes, learning activities, and assessment tools, this resource encourages an action-oriented understanding of the underpinnings of our online information environment.


Rachel Senese

Digital Projects Coordinator, Georgia State University


Mackenzie Brooks

Digital Humanities Librarian, Washington and Lee University
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Richard Marciano

Professor, University of Maryland
Recipient of the distinguished Emmett Leahy Award for pioneering work in the field of records and information management. Founder of the Advanced Information Collaboratory (AI-C).

Wednesday October 12, 2022 10:15am - 11:00am EDT
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