The ALSC Education Committee is adding to ALSC’s online course and webinar offerings. If you are interested in teaching a course or webinar, please fill out the form below and attach a copy of your resume and a course syllabus. Please refer to the Online Education Proposal Information sheet when filling out this form. The ALSC Education Committee will be selecting proposals on a rolling basis. Please contact the ALSC Education Committee co-chairs Amanda Yother (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Tony Carmack (email@example.com) with questions.
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My proposal is for:
Please provide a minimum of three sentences in your description, including a snappy lead and broader context for why this course or webinar is useful and important.
Please provide 2-4 action-based learning outcomes framed in terms of what students will be able to do after participating in this course/webinar. Please list outcomes in a clear, specific, concise and measureable way; Starting with a strong verb is a good rule of thumb. For examples of learning outcomes, look at the current ALSC Online Education courses/webinars at www.ala.org/alsced.
Briefly describe the colleagues who will benefit most from participating in this learning opportunity. Examples include: Department heads, library school students, all staff serving children and their caregivers.
Course/Webinar Level and Prerequisites
Instructor Biography Information
Please upload a copy of the following documents.
Teaching References (name, relation, phone number, email address):
Please list up to three people who can describe your work as an instructor or presenter.
Please fill out this section ONLY if you are submitting a proposal for an online course.
Length of Course
Please describe your pre and post course evaluations