Every year, the AUP-hosted AMICAL Consortium organizes a conference on library-technology-teaching collaboration for American universities around the world.
AMICAL Director Jeff Gima, University Librarian Jorge Sosa, Librarians Michael Stoepel, Sally Murray, Isabelle Dupuy and ARC director Ann Borel along with some faculty members all flew to Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria last week to participate in this wonderful event.
This conference is an opportunity for all AMICAL members to meet face to face and share experiences and knowledge, always aiming to improve information literacy teaching and librarianship concepts. In light of all this, Jorge Sosa, Michael Stoepel and Sally Murray teamed up to do a presentation on Classroom Assessment Techniques, each of them focusing on different aspects.
Watch Michael Stoepel’s presentation on: “Assessment: demonstrating the educational value of the academic library” (begins at 7:48 – scroll down in the “contenu” menu on the left)
- Thomas A. Angelo, and Kathryn Patricia Cross. Classroom Assessment Techniques: a handbook for college teachers. San Fransico: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1993. Print.
From left to right: Jorge Sosa, Sally Murray, Michael Stoepel