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Throughout the year, instruction librarians will meet for an hour on a monthly basis to discuss pedagogical practices, workshop teaching ideas, and brainstorm together.
Each month, a different librarian will "lead" the meeting. They will be responsible for choosing the topic of the meeting. Each meeting will begin with a written reflection (which can be based on a sample prompt you can find below or made up by the session leader), a think-pair-share and then a discussion. This format can be modified by the session leader if they have other ideas, but can be used as a structure to minimize the amount of prep-work the leader has to do during the busy months of the year, while also giving each team member an opportunity to focus on the issues/questions they think are most pressing.
Handouts & Meeting Notes