DLF Forum 2023: Get to Know DLF’s Digital Library Pedagogy Group

This post is part of a series authored by DLF’s working group leaders to acquaint you with their work, and how you can get involved, leading up to the 2023 DLF Forum.

Though the annual Forum is DLF’s signature event, our working groups collaborate year round. DLF’s working groups organize across institutional and geographical boundaries to collaborate and get stuff done. Working group participation is open to anyone interested in getting involved, regardless of whether or not you work or study at a DLF member organization

Attending the 2023 DLF Forum and interested in pedagogy? Don’t miss sessions Tu09 (Advancing Digital Teaching and Learning) and W03 (Brains & Bytes: Teaching, Learning, and Research with AI in Higher Education)

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DLFTeach Overview

Hello! The Digital Library Pedagogy Working Group (nicknamed DLFTeach) “empower[s] digital library practitioners to see themselves as teachers and equip[s] teaching librarians to engage learners in how digital library technologies shape our knowledge infrastructure.”

DLFTeach Team: Alex Wermer-Colan, co-facilitator, Temple University Kayla Abner, co-facilitator, U of Delaware Hillary Richardson, Chat Coordinator, Miss. U for Women Ashley Peterson, Toolkit v4 Editor, UCLA Alexandra Solodkaya, Toolkit v4 Editor, UCLA Mackenzie Salisbury, Toolkit v4 Editor, School of the Art Institute Chicago

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