Thank you to everyone who attended our Winter Lightning Talks this past week! We hope that you enjoyed all of the presentations as much as we did. We were able to record the talks for those who were unable to join us live, so please enjoy! The total length is just over 55 minutes. A special thank you to our wonderful presenters: Maggie Murphy and Dan Hale from University of North Carolina Greensboro, and Mackenzie Salisbury from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.Read More →

Hello Teaching SIG!  As a reminder, this coming Friday, December 10th at 4pm EST is the date of our Winter Lightning Talks. This year, we’re focusing on visual literacy in the library classroom, and we have three wonderful presenters who will give slightly longer presentations.  Maggie Murphy and Dan Hale, from UNC Greensboro, will give a talk on class that Maggie taught for Dan’s ART 400X course, on the topic of algorithms and visual literacy.  Mackenzie Salisbury, from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, will give a talk on a collaborative visual literacy lesson plan, focusing around an Instagram account which pairs visuallyRead More →