Event Title

Lunch and Learn Small Discussion Groups

Location

Knowlton Athletics Complex

Start Date

13-3-2020 12:30 PM

End Date

13-3-2020 2:00 PM

Description

Mini-conversations in which attendees self-select. There will be a discussant at each table to assist in guiding the dialogues.

1. Presentation and promotion of your existing collections
This session explores questions of outreach and how to present and promote your existing objects with faculty and students.

2. Making-as-pedagogy
We will review the concept of "making as pedagogy" with makerspaces, digital projects, and exhibitions and how to engage students, faculty, and the community in this growing area.

3. Educational opportunities with Rare Book School
Learn more about the educational opportunities provided by Rare Book School, such as the Lang Fellowship.

4. Situating our work within the mission in a liberal arts setting
Strategies on how to strategically communicate and steward the importance of this work to the faculty and senior leaders of our institutions as a mission-centered imperative.

5. Building professional community
We all need "our people." This dialogue will explore how one can share and support a cohort of colleagues across the disciplines to maintain this critical work.

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Mar 13th, 12:30 PM Mar 13th, 2:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Small Discussion Groups

Knowlton Athletics Complex

Mini-conversations in which attendees self-select. There will be a discussant at each table to assist in guiding the dialogues.

1. Presentation and promotion of your existing collections
This session explores questions of outreach and how to present and promote your existing objects with faculty and students.

2. Making-as-pedagogy
We will review the concept of "making as pedagogy" with makerspaces, digital projects, and exhibitions and how to engage students, faculty, and the community in this growing area.

3. Educational opportunities with Rare Book School
Learn more about the educational opportunities provided by Rare Book School, such as the Lang Fellowship.

4. Situating our work within the mission in a liberal arts setting
Strategies on how to strategically communicate and steward the importance of this work to the faculty and senior leaders of our institutions as a mission-centered imperative.

5. Building professional community
We all need "our people." This dialogue will explore how one can share and support a cohort of colleagues across the disciplines to maintain this critical work.