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Spring Clean Your Classes

In light of last month’s post, to self-reflect in order to regain focus and purpose in the classroom, this month we turn to Quality Matters for insight into their peer-review program. Quality Matters, a U.S.-based program, is designed to help … Continue reading

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Google as a Research Tool: Part 3

You’ve learned some advance search tips to use in Google, but how can you determine if you’re a good Googler? Google offers a number of research resources to test your skills. If you have a bit of time, try a … Continue reading

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Google as a Research Tool: Part 1

Google is a critical search tool for many students and advanced researchers alike, but its vast amount of content can make narrowing to relevant results a difficult task. This is where a librarian can step in to teach about Google’s … Continue reading

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LINC Teaching Tip: March 2013 – Cover Less to Uncover More

Have you ever wondered how much information students are retaining from your lessons? With so much possible library material to cover, and so little time with students in the classroom, librarians may try to cram too much in to a … Continue reading

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LINC Teaching Tip: Sept 2011 – The Authentic Teacher

Be an Authentic Teacher. Be true to yourself and you will be able to better connect with your students. Teaching is an exercise of vulnerability; become more real to your students by acknowledging the whole of who you are. Take … Continue reading

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