Instruction Retreat 2011
Using Data in the Classroom
May 10, 2011
9:00am – 1:30pm
- To introduce librarians to the ways faculty are using data in their teaching and research
- To help librarians understand the changing role of data and its impact on their work in library instruction
- To present librarians with examples of assignments that require students to create, visualize or analyze data
- To help librarians explore ways they might incorporate data and tools for data analysis into library instruction
- To introduce librarians to library, campus and online resources related to data creation, management and curation
After participating in this retreat, librarians will be able to…
- Explain why faculty and students are using and thinking about data in their teaching, research and learning.
- List data tools, services and resources that may help faculty and students create, manage and curate data.
- Describe how an evolving emphasis on data affects library instruction.
- Create strategies to collaborate with faculty and other librarians to support new kinds of assignments and research projects.