--Assessment--Critical pedagogy, instruction, and librarianship--Curriculum mapping--The Framework For Information Literacy For Higher Education--Collaborations with departmental teaching faculty--Embedded librarianship--Active learning--Accessibility in instructional design--Critical thinking--Avoiding instruction burnout--Intersectionality, diversity, and inclusion--Teaching diverse populations and/or learning styles--Designing effective research guides--Engaged learning/engaging instruction--Leading an instruction program
That said, we welcome proposals on a wide range of topics having to do with library and information literacy instruction, and applicants should not feel constrained by the above list when crafting their proposal. To get a sense of past discussions, visit our website to view digests from previous forums: http://acrl.ala.org/IS/is-committees-2/committees-task-forces/discussion-group-steering/all-current-issue-discussion-digests/
--observed importance and impact of the proposed issue--timeliness--relevancy--how well the topic lends itself to a discussion--innovation--clear focus--evidence of the applicant’s knowledge of the subject matter
Multiple submissions are accepted.