We’re very excited to announce a new initiative as a part of Design for Learning: Facilitated Learning Circles! Cohort 2 alum Al Oliveras gave a great presentation last year about his work leading a facilitated learning circle at his library, following the lead from P2PU (Peer to Peer University – … Continue reading
D4L provides a series of free online modules for library workers to learn how to design instruction and teach online. The program’s modules lead toward a final Capstone project.
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Today we launch our first two modules on WebJunction.org – Orientation and Foundation (Instructional Design). Join us to learn how to take your library instruction online! Tell your friends and colleagues: visit bit.ly/D4L-WJ to enroll today. More modules will be released over the course of the summer: Diversity and … Continue reading
We are in the process of selecting our learners from a large pool of excellent applications! The Design for Learning Team is selecting 120 participants and will be teaching them how to design instruction, teach online, and then practice teaching online. Our 120 learners will be grouped into 2 cohort … Continue reading