Instructor Development Survey - Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning 2nd Edition
Do you teach, train, or design learning experiences in-person or online in a library setting, and/or are you a current MLIS student or recent graduate?

This anonymous survey will inform a 2nd edition of Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning: Instructional Literacy for Library Educators by Char Booth, originally published in 2011 by ALA Editions - the 2nd edition will be published in 2019.

Questions are intended to gauge the level of pedagogical training you received during your MLIS education, the nature and frequency of your teaching activities, and the professional development you engage in to support your instruction practice. It should take you about 10-20 minutes to complete.

By submitting this survey, you are providing your consent that some portion of your responses may be reproduced in the manuscript or elsewhere as a resource to readers. The 2nd edition of RTEL will be available in 2019 - see https://www.alastore.ala.org/content/reflective-teaching-effective-learning-instructional-literacy-library-educators-second for more information.

Thank you for participating, and if you'd like to be entered into a drawing for one of 10 pre-order copies of RTEL's 2nd edition, please email me at charbooth@gmail.com to let me know you completed this survey.

Have you earned a MLIS or equivalent degree? *
As an MLIS candidate, did you (or do you plan to) you take coursework related to library instruction or pedagogy? *
If you answered "Yes" to the previous question, is/was any of this coursework required?
List any instruction-related course(s) you took as an MLIS (or equivalent) student, e.g. "Information Literacy Instruction"
Your answer
How much do you agree with the following statement? "My MLIS (or equivalent) education has prepared/will likely prepare me adequately to design and deliver instruction." *
What is your current area of focus within librarianship/information studies?
Do you experience anxiety when you teach, train, or present? *
How useful would learning more about the following areas be to you?
Very useful
Useful
Undecided
Somewhat useful
Not at all useful
Instructional technology
Assessment and evaluation
Instructional design
Public speaking
Learning theory
Information literacy theory
Critical & feminist pedagogy
Information organization & visual design
Assignment & activity construction
Curriculum design & planning
What is your greatest challenge related to teaching and/or training? Have you tried to confront this challenge, and if so, how?
Your answer
In terms of your own instructor development, in what way would you most like to improve?
Your answer
If you could offer one piece of advice to new instruction librarians, what would it be? *
Your answer
Are you currently or have you recently been employed in a job in a library or other information organization that requires you to teach, train, and/or design learning materials? *
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