Time for Teaching: Active Learning and the Modern Librarian

Four librarians examine a book.

Participants in the LALI Archives and Special Collections program design and engage their peers in an active learning session using primary source materials.

Dartmouth’s Librarians Active Learning Institute (LALI) gives librarians time to focus on an increasingly central part of their work – their teaching.

Initially designed for Dartmouth librarians, the institute has expanded in recent years to include more than 20 participants from other institutions each year, as well as a track for special collections librarians and archivists, and a road show that will bring LALI off campus to other universities for the first time this fall. With more than 70 applicants for 23 spots this year, the institute has grown steadily since its inception. Participants now come from all corners of the United States, represent a wide range of academic institutions, and are at a variety of stages in their careers. . . Read more in Elli Goudzwaard’s article, “Time for Teaching: Active Learning and the Modern Librarian.”

Elli is Dartmouth’s Learning Initiatives Program Manager.

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