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Information Literacy at the Seattle Pacific University Library

Librarian Liaisons as Teachers

Liaisons have freedom to teach in a way that best meets the goals of the session, but prefer instruction that includes active learning components and one-on-one time.

Liaisons offer various delivery modes such as, in-person, online through synchronous video, online through asynchronous video, and online through a learning management system.

Liaisons strive to follow Universal Design Principles to ensure equitable access to all instruction and instructional materials.

Liaisons engage in professional development opportunities to stay current on trends and explore their own skills.

Liaisons have supported each other as teachers through a culture of observation and group reflection.

Liaisons are encouraged to gain inspiration from the ACRL, “Roles and Strengths of Teaching Librarians” document.