Teaching Fellows Presentations

DateJanuary 25, 2017Time3:30 - 4:30 pm
LocationThe Texas Collection, Carroll Library, Basement Level, Room B3
Description

Each year, the Baylor Libraries offer teaching fellowships to support excellence in teaching and learning by encouraging the use of rare books, archives, and other special collections materials in Baylor graduate and undergraduate curricula. In this session, sponsored by the Academy for Teaching and Learning, two faculty members and one graduate student teacher of record will discuss their time as Library Teaching Fellows and how the use of special collections materials enhanced teaching and learning in their courses. Participants will gain ideas for incorporating special collections into their own courses and get advice for applying for a teaching fellowship in 2017. The session will take place in the Texas Collection and will be moderated by Amie Oliver, Associate Director, Texas Collection.

Seating is limited for this session. Sign up online at the ATL's SET Eventbrite page.

Featured Panelists:
Lisa Shaver, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of English, and Director of Gender Studies (Texas Collection Fellow)
David Smith, PhD Candidate, Department of English (Armstrong Browning Library Fellow)
Laurel Zeiss, PhD, Associate Professor of Musicology, School of Music (Central Libraries Fellow)Read More »

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