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Workshop materials -------------------- - [collaborative notes in Google Docs]( - [road test lesson plans][1] - [road test feedback via Google Form]( - [idea fest learning outcome examples][2] - [idea fest comprehension checks][3] - [session hashtag]( - Zoom meeting rooms for screen sharing during road tests (if needed): [Room 1](, [Room 2](, [Room 3][4] Workshop description -------------------- This workshop will consist of 2 one-hour segments, each providing the opportunity for hands-on development of digital pedagogy practices. This workshop will be led by members of the Digital Library Pedagogy working group (#DLFteach). It will also build on the ongoing, collaborative work of building an open resource for digital library pedagogy, described in the #DLFteach cookbook call for participation ( The first hour will engage participants in an immersive introduction to digital library pedagogy as volunteers (identified prior to the workshop) lead “road tests” of lesson plans under development for the #DLFteach instructional cookbook project with participants in the role of learners. After participating in these road tests, attendees will have the opportunity to reflect on the instructional design principles incorporated into these lesson plans and provide feedback for improving them. The second hour will provide a deeper dive into two areas of instructional design that this working group has identified as being of interest to many digital library practitioners: developing learning outcomes and assessment techniques. The hour will begin with an introduction to these two phases of instructional design. We will then move to small group discussion and idea generation. Groups will work with examples of learning goals and comprehension checks developed by #DLFteach members prior to the workshop, then brainstorm additional examples of each. This format is planned with two goals in mind: First, it is an experiment in flipping the model of instructional design workshops that this group has run at past Forums. Typically, our workshops have begun by presenting principles and led up to participants’ improvisational teaching demonstrations. This time, our goal is that, by leading off with teaching demonstrations, we will provide participants with a practical perspective on instructional design and an all-too-rare opportunity to observe others’ teaching in action. Second, we envision that the first hour of the event will be a focused, time-limited opportunity for those would like to contribute to the cookbook project as reviewers. Participants will be able to receive reviewer credit for feedback contributions during this session. For the second hour, rather than having participants design full lesson plans from start to finish as previous iterations of this workshop have done, we plan to focus on learning outcomes and assessment techniques as the “muddiest points” of instructional design. This will allow us to spend less time presenting theoretical background (valuable but sometimes difficult to apply) and more time exchanging ideas among practitioners with varying professional backgrounds and levels of experience. [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: "Room 3"
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