Call for webinar proposals: Digital Pedagogy in the classroom

Think Digital!

CMLE Members – we continue to pass on assorted calls for your participation in the profession. You have a valuable voice and perspective to share – yours! We want to help you share your voice and your experience with others. Many of you are doing work that will fit right into this webinar series, and it would be great to share that! Of course perfection is not required here, just a willingness to help other library people. (And don’t forget: this kind of thing looks great on your annual review!)

As always, CMLE is here to help you with your application, to look it over before you submit it, or even just to give encouragement as you do this!

The LIRT Teaching Learning, and Technology Committee is soliciting proposals for our 2017 webinar series entitled
“Digital Pedagogy: How we use technology in the classroom”

Join the LIRT TLTC for an exciting three-part webinar series to be held on February 17, 24, and March 3 from 11am-12:30pm CDT. The series is designed to encourage an interactive and multi-faceted view of digital pedagogy and inspire engaging conversations surrounding the ways in which we integrate technology into our instructional activities from three broad perspectives:

Part 1: Introduction and examples

Part 2: Best practices in instructional design

Part 3: Best practices in assessment

Proposal Deadline: Friday, December 9, 2016
Applicants will be notified by Friday, January 13, 2017
Please fill out this form to submit a proposal:
If you have questions, please contact Cinthya Ippoliti at

Thank you! Submitted on behalf of the committee:

Alyssa Archer, Amy Chen, Joe Eshelman, Mandi Goodsett, and Kenneth Orenic