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Author Archives: Haruko Yamauchi

Spring Training Reports – Final Installment

Here are the last reports from the 2019 LILAC Spring Training. Looking forward to a great new school year with everyone! Culturally Responsive Teaching through the Intersectionality of Collection Development and Information Literacy Presented by Madeline Ruggiero, Queensborough Community College … Continue reading

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Spring Training reports – part III

Today we present the third installment of reports from the 2019 LILAC Spring Training. MoneyBoss Workshops – Financial Literacy for Community College Students Through Interdisciplinary Collaboration Presented by M. Anne O’Reilly (LaGuardia Community College) Blog post by Susan Wengler (Queensborough … Continue reading

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Spring Training reports – part II

Today we share the second installment of reports on the 2019 LILAC Spring Training sessions. Wikipedia Redux: Using Wikipedia in One-Shots and Credit Courses Presented by Monica Berger (City Tech) Blog post by Julie Turley (Kingsborough Community College) Professor Berger’s … Continue reading

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Spring Training reports – part I

After a rich experience at the 2019 LILAC Spring Training on 7, LILAC committee members and attendees are reporting back on the sessions they experienced that day. Today we share the first installment of those reports. Using Instructional Scaffolding to … Continue reading

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Transferring skills from arts ed to info lit

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The last job I held before becoming a librarian was as a facilitator of arts programs, working 11 years for ArtsConnection, a non-profit that brought professional visual and performing (music, dance, theater) artists into public schools pre-K-12 throughout the five boroughs … Continue reading

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