This month features the work of Rabia Khokhar, a teacher-librarian with the Toronto District School Board. Rabi's focus is culturally relevant and responsive pedagogy.
Many of us are busy making instructional videos so that we can teach or provide needed services online. But how do we battle our need for the perfect performance? And many times do we re-record before we think we've got our final product?
If you are (or have been) participating in a for-credit IL course at a Canadian university or college, we’d love to hear from you.
Games can increase learner attention and retention—for learners of all ages.
Academic librarians teach one-shot information literacy (IL) sessions but some of us deliver for-credit IL courses.
Language is an enactment of power. What it means to make choices on what I say and how I say it, affects those in the classrooms I teach in.
Continuum dives into the e-learning waters by addressing a spectrum of issues including the nature of e-learning, the role of technologically-informed teaching and learning in library work, and the resources that are needed to make e-learning happen.
A few years ago, Mindy and I [Joanna] started talking about how we teach and discovered that we wove the strands of the content…