Brown Bag Lunch Series Spring 2018

Posted January 19, 2018

Join us for lunch-time, open-discussion teaching and learning opportunities aimed at faculty, staff, and graduate students. All are welcome to attend.

All brown bag events will be held from 12-1 p.m. in Dimond 352.

Spring Schedule

Some of these opportunities are eligible for one point toward the CEITL Participation Certificate. See CEITL's website for a full list of included events.

The CEITL Participation Certificate recognizes participation in a variety of teaching- and learning-related activities, demonstrating a commitment to promote the highest quality of student learning through implementation of best practices in college teaching.

Teaching through the Frames of the ACRL Information Literacy Framework for Higher Education: Scholarship as a Conversation

Date: Tuesday, February 20
Presenter: Kathrine Aydelott

The ACRL Information Literacy Framework presents a unified vision for building information literacy skills that bridge both the library and disciplinary perspectives. Come discuss the ways the “Scholarship as a Conversation” frame can be used to collaboratively design research assignments and heighten information literacy skills across the curriculum.

Teaching through the Frames of the ACRL Information Literacy Framework for Higher Education: Authority is Constructed and Contextual

Date: Tuesday, March 20
Presenter: Kathrine Aydelott

The ACRL Information Literacy Framework presents a unified vision for building information literacy skills that bridge both the library and disciplinary perspectives. Come discuss the ways the “Authority is Constructed and Contextual” frame can be used to collaboratively design research assignments and heighten information literacy skills across the curriculum.

The Company We Keep: Researching Companies Beyond Glassdoor

Date: Tuesday, April 3
Presenter: Wendy Jo Girven

This brown bag will highlight specialized methods and tools for doing company research. From annual reports to corporate social responsibility to financial statements to corporate culture, learn how to find out data and details on public and private companies, big or small! This session is especially helpful to students on the job market and for faculty who want to incorporate business research into their classroom.

Smart Money Week: Resources to Improve Financial Literacy

Date: Tuesday, April 24
Presenter: Wendy Jo Girven

April is Financial Literacy Month and April 21-28 is Money Smart Week, jointly sponsored by the American Library Association and the Federal Reserve. Financial literacy is important to all communities and your library can help! Whether you are looking for tools to incorporate into the classroom or wanting to manage your personal finances better, join our Business Librarian for this brown bag to discuss helpful resources.