Session Title

Librarians and Instructional Technologists Going Forward Together

Description

Historically the CSB/SJU Media Department was a division of the libraries’. However, in early 2018 the administration decided to move the department under IT Services as a result of a consultant's recommendation which came out of program review for the department. This change has helped the libraries and Instructional Technology (formally media services) form a more focused partnership. Miranda Novak, the Assistant Director for the newly-formed Instructional Technology group, and Sarah Gewirtz, the Information Literacy Librarian, work together to ensure that the library partnership and values continues as this department transitions to its new organizational structure. During our presentation we will give background on why media services became a part of IT services; how we redesigned video classes to incorporate more hands-on learning as well as information literacy; and explain how this new structure has impacted everyone involved.

Start Date

20-3-2019 2:15 PM

End Date

20-3-2019 3:15 PM

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Librarians and Instructional Technologists Going Forward Together

Historically the CSB/SJU Media Department was a division of the libraries’. However, in early 2018 the administration decided to move the department under IT Services as a result of a consultant's recommendation which came out of program review for the department. This change has helped the libraries and Instructional Technology (formally media services) form a more focused partnership. Miranda Novak, the Assistant Director for the newly-formed Instructional Technology group, and Sarah Gewirtz, the Information Literacy Librarian, work together to ensure that the library partnership and values continues as this department transitions to its new organizational structure. During our presentation we will give background on why media services became a part of IT services; how we redesigned video classes to incorporate more hands-on learning as well as information literacy; and explain how this new structure has impacted everyone involved.