Wednesday, October 25, 2017
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Program: “Instructional Design: Proven Principles and Practices for Librarians Who Teach”
An interactive course for both librarians new to teaching or with experience, who are seeking best practices or would like to strengthen and refresh their instruction. Through small group work, individual exercises, group discussion, and lecture, you will learn how to apply proven principles, theories, and practices when designing effective instruction to actively engage learners.
Joey Nicholson is the Education and Curriculum Librarian at New York University (NYU) School of Medicine. In his role, he coordinates and integrates content and assessment related to evidence-based medicine throughout the undergraduate medical school curricula. Additionally, he is faculty in the NYU-Maastricht University Masters of Health Professions Education program and is currently pursuing his PhD in Health Professions Education.