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MERLOT II


        

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Speaker Information
Guest Expert: Laura Wight View Member Profile
Associate Professor/Information Literacy Librarian
Hilton M. Briggs Library, South Dakota State University
Member of VSB Since: Dec 11, 2008

Topic Details
Best Way To Contact: email  Please log in to view contact information
Fees Involved: Negotiable
Technical Formats: Chat , Conference Calls , Discussion Forums , Email , Face-To-Face , Instant Messaging , Online/Video Conferencing
Topics of Expertiese: Information Literacy. Critical thinking. Library technology. Information Services. The Millennial student. Instructional technology. Educational technology. Social networks. Information seeking behavior. Technology in education. Online teaching.
Presentation Titles: Do unto your co-workersÂ…..Understanding and Coping with Generational Differences in the Workplace. Shaking Hands with Destiny: Generations in the Workplace and Learning from the Millennials. Electronic Discourse and Publication in the Sciences and Humanities/Web Design and Usability. Generational Learners. Can't We All Just Get Along? Workers Across the Generations. Shaking Hands with Destiny: Teaching, Hiring, Managing and Learning from the Millennial Generation. Stuck in the Social Web Blogs, Wikis and MySpace Careers in Librarianship Physics Literature Searches: Everything You Always Wanted to Know, but Were Afraid to Ask. Instant Messaging, Chat and Virtual Reference. Using Student Internet Habits to Create a Positive Learning Environment. Coursecasting/Podcasting. Information Literacy and the Millennial Student. Assistance for Assistants: Library Services and Resources for Support Staff. Best Practices in Student Retention. Pulp Fiction: From Paper to Power. Superhighway Robbery: Using Vigilante Justice to Prevent and Detect Online Plagiarism. Integrating Technology into the K-12 Classroom. The Assignment Makeover: Using Electronic Resources to Spice-Up Curriculum. Library Dustbusters: Weeding the Working Collection. Information Literacy for High School Students.
Availability, special terms, etc: Available 12 months (year-round). Travel for face-to-face presenting requires reimbursement of travel expenses. Honorarium negotiable. For a complete Curriculum Vitae, visit my professional website at: http://lib.sdstate.edu/wight