TPS Unconference Schedule - Aug 19, 2015 - SAA2015
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Room NameWhat's HappeningHome Base & Register:
Stokes Building
Lower Level (LL) Atrium
(Use elevator or stairs across from circ desk)
Stokes Building -
Lower Level (LL)
Auditorium
Stokes Building -
Room 218-WEST
(Left if coming off elevator or stairs)
Stokes Building -
Room 218-EAST
(Back-Left if coming off elevator or stairs)
Main Building -
Room 341
Digital Commons
(SOUTH End of room)
Main Building -
Room 341
Digital Commons
(NORTH End of room)
Main Building -
3rd Floor
"Treasure Room"
(enter thru Special Collections b/t elevators)
Stokes Bulding
2nd Floor
Nook near Pig Room (Back-Right if coming off elevator or stairs; past restrooms)
Main Building -
inside Room 341
ClevDPL, Workroom
(ask desk staff)
Find an Area to cluster!
Try
3rd Floor Main or
2nd Floor Stokes
Reading Garden
between
Stokes & Main Bldgs
(must exit thru front entrance & go around)
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Number of seats20020-2225-3020-2525-3525-30108Varies depending on area
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A/V Equipment?noyesyesyesyes [no mic]yes [no mic]yes [no mic]nononono
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Room Specs (Hide this when underway)Under right circumstances Can seat small groups of 1-4Seats 200, A/V and Sound (Speakers talk from stage/podium), podium and computer/projector, also table. Wings can be break-out areas for groups of 15 with room for a bigger break-out in middle.Desks/Tables, Portable projector w/laptop & screen, Mic, PodiumDesks/tables, Portable projector w/laptop & screen, Mic, PodiumA/V *not* ideal; Touch Wall [w/mobile keyboard]Desks/tables [configurable], Smart Board [w/mobile keyboard], Mic, PodiumTables, Portable projector w/laptop & screen [lockable]Room just past
Rest Rooms
Seats 10, table
Seats 8, conference room styleVariesRequires Good Summer Weather w/ no rain. Can seat several (3-4) small groups in informal, outdoor setting.
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9:00-9:30amRegistration. Don't be late!Registration Area &
Home Base when you have questions:
*Stokes Building
*Lower Level (LL)
*Atrium
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9:30-10:05Welcome and Logistics Welcome and Logistics and *Map Review* - Lee Ann Potter (30 min) and TPS Organizers
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10:15-11:15WorkshopsPrimary Source/Archival Literacy Competencies Workshop (Beam, Kellams, Morris)Thinking about Exhibits in Special Collections: Ideas and Advocacy (Lacher-Feldman)"Is this thing on?" –
A Workshop on Assessment (Rohrbaugh)
Teaching with Visual Resources (Eyerdam, Senese, Rozman, Blake)Quick Hits: Fun and Fast Icebreakers (Birrell & Taormina)
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11:25-11:55Unconference SchedulingUnconference Scheduling and *Map Review*
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11:55-1:25***LUNCH ON YOUR OWN***
Also look for sign-ups for "Dine-Around" groups (or offer to lead one yourself) >>>
Check the
LUNCH OPTIONS tab/sheet (below) for lunch-group ideas
In afternoon, collapse all rows but rooms and sessionsWe'll use as few rooms as necessary >>>AVOID scheduling room if possible
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1:30-2:20no session hereno session hereIncorporating racial and social justice theory -- marginalized communities (A-02)Embedded not one-shot (A-03)Connecting NHD students with your stuff (if it's too loud in this room, try the Fine Arts room on 3rd Floor)Active learning and assignment based teachingTaking primary sources on the roadDesigning your own course (whole semester)no session hereno session here -- room up for grabs for your discussionno session here -- room up for grabs for your discussion
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2:30-3:20no session hereno session hereBuilding teaching collections (all special collections)Integration of special collections into non-humanities curricula (either in survey courses for non-humanities majors or in STEM classes)no session hereWhat does teaching look like: Balancing one-shots with multiple faculty demands; Moving from ad-hoc sessions to become a TPS programPaleography for undergrads and medieval mssDesigning assignments that tap into e-records and digital surrogates (if too full, try room Room 217...get key from person (Joe) at 2nd Floor Desk)Materials-handling intro (with CPL conservation techs)no session here -- room up for grabs for your discussionno session here -- room up for grabs for your discussion
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3:30-4:20no session hereno session hereno session here -- room up for grabs for your discussionWorking with K-12 teachers to integrate into classroomsno session hereGetting foot in door with faculty & Partnering with subject librariansWorking with sensitive materials (physical or content)TPS with students with intellectual disabilities; Working with ESL/ELLno session hereno session here -- room up for grabs for your discussionno session here -- room up for grabs for your discussion
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4:30-5:00Wrap-Up SessionWrap-up...opportunity to give feedback and discuss what's next and plans...affinity groupings...networking...blog or wiki...live notes for the event
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by 5:30 be out of CPLAfter, groups can continue discussions (outside of CPL)Ideas for bars that can accommodate large groups:
http://www.Flannerys.com/ (also has food)
http://www.SocietyCleveland.com/
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LUNCH OPTIONS
Temp1 Use for unconf scheduling
temp2 link-building