Chalk Talks

Creating Chalk Talks For Higher Education
Friday, March 6
3:00 PM
Walnut Room
Track: Technology Skills & Tools

 

We share processes for designing and creating chalk talks and other open educational resources for teaching core information literacy competencies.

 

 

 

Presenters

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Beth Samuelson

Beth Samuelson is an Associate Professor of Literacy, Culture and Language Education in the IU School of Education. She is an educational linguist with a strong background in language learning and cross-cultural experience in non-Western contexts. She currently serves on the board of Books & Beyond. Her research interests include language awareness and the flows of English literacy practices across global boundaries.

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Julie Marie Frye

Julie Marie Frye (PhD) is head librarian at the School of Education Library at Indiana University – Bloomington where she has been helping educational communities create library makerspaces that support innovation and risk taking. Julie Marie has extensive experience working as a school librarian in the K-12 setting and facilitated maker programming at Whitby School in Connecticut before coming to IU. 

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Sarah Hare

Sarah Hare is the Scholarly Communication Librarian. She collaborates with subject librarians, the IU Press, and Library Technologies to educate and advise the campus community on open access and related issues. She also serves as liaison to IU’s Office of Scholarly Publishing. Sarah’s research focuses on scholarly communication outreach to undergraduate students and Open Educational Resources (OER).