Digital Literacy for UAB Faculty
In conjunction with representatives of the Mervyn Sterne and Lister Hill libraries, the Digital Literacy series focuses on helping faculty and instructors navigate the challenges of digital resource identification, use, and distribution in and out of the classroom.
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Spring sessions in this series include:
Wed. 10/9, 11:45 - 1 PM: Intellectual Property, Copyright, and the Internet - Jeff Graveline, Mervyn Sterne library
Wed. 10/30, 11:45 - 1 PM: Identifying and using Digital Resources - Jeff Graveline Mervyn Sterne Library
Wed. 11/13, 11:45 - 1 PM: Educating your Students on the Use of Digital Resources - Pat Higginbottom and Lee Vucovich, Lister Hill Library
Send us some questions, come eat some lunch (will be served at the session), and learn a little about how to appropriately use all of that cool TED content.
Location: UAB Center for Teaching & Learning
901 13th Street South
Center for Teaching & Learning
NOTE: All workshops are for UAB faculty and staff only. You must be a current employee to register. Our purpose is to provide a technology-supported education system and the services that contribute to the strategic mission of the University, to the quality of education, and to the learning outcomes of UAB staff and students. We support a blended approach to teaching and learning.