Title of Presentation

From Zoom to the Classroom: (Re)discovering In-Person Learning and Teaching

About the Presenter(s)

Zachary Lewis, Student Success Librarian/Assistant Professor, University Libraries; Bridget Retzloff, Visiting Research Librarian and Lecturer, University Libraries

Start Date

6-1-2022 1:00 PM

Abstract/Description

Two faculty members from the University Libraries share their experiences surrounding the shift from remote learning to the physical space. After a series of successful instruction sessions using new pedagogical practices, Bridget Retzloff and Zachary Lewis carried the momentum of their newfound confidence into the physical classroom. This session will include details on tools, strategies, and technologies used virtually and physically to create a more dynamic instructional experience. Attendees will be able to share their personal experiences and approaches to rediscovering themselves as instructors and educators.

Goals for Attendees

By learning new approaches from the presenters and sharing experiences with others in the session, attendees should feel prepared to try new things without fear or anxiety. Attendees will leave the session with a sense of how to implement digitally learned skills and technologies in the physical space. The ultimate goal is for attendees to see returning to physical spaces as an opportunity to “rediscover” themselves as innovative and passionate educators.

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Jan 6th, 1:00 PM

From Zoom to the Classroom: (Re)discovering In-Person Learning and Teaching

Two faculty members from the University Libraries share their experiences surrounding the shift from remote learning to the physical space. After a series of successful instruction sessions using new pedagogical practices, Bridget Retzloff and Zachary Lewis carried the momentum of their newfound confidence into the physical classroom. This session will include details on tools, strategies, and technologies used virtually and physically to create a more dynamic instructional experience. Attendees will be able to share their personal experiences and approaches to rediscovering themselves as instructors and educators.