Thanks once again to those who volunteered to speak at the London LibTeachMeet on the 14th May. Below are the presentations and further information from the talks.
Sue Merrick (email@example.com)â Curating with students and teachers
Below is the website jogtheweb that Sue mentioned in her presentation
Ka-Ming Pang (presenting on behalf of Carly Miller) – How can public librarians engage with homeless people through outreach activity?
Adam Edwards (firstname.lastname@example.org) â A game to teach less confident speakers about resources.
Please contact Adam for card templates
Kate Lomax (email@example.com orÂ @katelomax on Twitter). Teaching technical skills to non-technical types
Kate’s Trello board is at:Â https://trello.com/b/nXCveXAj
Kate has also written a summary on her blog:Â http://katelomax.tumblr.com/post/23229895107/23-more-things-the-next-chapter
Barbara Band (firstname.lastname@example.org) â Start at the beginning: Differentiated uses of covers and starts
Please contact Barbara for more information on how she uses book covers with her students.
Suzanne Rushe (email@example.com) â Cultural Awareness
Please contact Suzanne for more information on the different ways she introduces Cultural Awareness to library staff and the templates she used.
Julia Abell â Search Preparation: Reaching mixed users
Presentation available at http://prezi.com/mn2lgtisx7gt/search-preparation-reaching-mixed-users/?auth_key=8080e6584cbcdad1250bf9df432b4025cd30403b