Removing the Tolls: Employing Effective Leadership
As more information becomes available electronically and teaching and learning takes place literally anywhere, we are presented with opportunities to expand not only the types of instructional services we offer, but the contexts within which we frame those services. At the University of Michigan Library, we are building on our core values by deploying new strategies to innovate instruction. Examples include creating and redefining positions, and developing an instruction committee structure to guide us through the major questions facing us today. This session will explore these strategies and the leadership roles in developing and implementing the future of library instruction.
Alexander, Laurie and Bradley, Doreen R., "Library Instruction in a New Culture of Teaching and Learning" (2012). LOEX Conference Proceedings 2010. Paper 21.