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Friday, April 8 • 8:00am - 8:50am
The Library Tour, Reimagined: Creating an Active Learning Exercise to Familiarize Students with the Library

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Students complain about taking library tours. Librarians complain about giving library tours. Librarians at MTSU’s Walker Library dared to dream of an alternative to the standard library tour. This session will describe the Library’s project to create a self-guided, QR-code and video-based walking tour of the library from concept to implementation. The re-imagined tour has an accompanying worksheet that can be used as an in-class exercise, a graded homework assignment, or as an optional extra credit activity.

Speakers
avatar for James Brummett

James Brummett

Social Media Coordinator at James E. Walker Library, Middle Tennessee State University
I have a recent graduate of MTSU with a degree in Mass Communication and New Media. Some of the skills I bring to the Walker Library are graphic design, photography, videography, among many others. I hope to bring awareness to the many parts of the Walker Library in any way that can help support the students of MTSU.
avatar for Jason Vance

Jason Vance

Associate Professor & Information Literacy Librarian, Middle Tennessee State University
avatar for Kristen West

Kristen West

Associate Professor & Instruction Librarian, Middle Tennessee State University


Friday April 8, 2016 8:00am - 8:50am
Salon 1

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