Friday, June 12, 2009

ALI Episode 3 June 2009: Dana Longley, copyright curriculum, Faculty Learning Communities

Play the episode (mp3, 1 hour 3 minutes)

In this episode we're joined by guest Dana Longley, distance librarian at Empire State College SUNY.

Links to some of the stuff we talked about:

Dana's online workshops and Slideshare space with presentations on their instruction programLinkEFF launches "Teaching Copyright" curriculum (press release)
The RIAA's "Campus Downloading" site
An article about the GSU copyright lawsuit

Interview with Caroline Barratt, UGA Reference/Instruction Librarian about her involvement with Faculty Learning Communities (46:05-1:02:25; approx. 16 minutes)

Note: Caroline wishes to thank her co-facilitator Nadine Cohen and her colleagues in their 2007-2008 FLC, as well as Deb Raftus for the excellent title. Thanks also to the Center for Teaching and Learning for their support of faculty learning communities at UGA.

And something we forgot to mention:
ALI Zotero group: If you're using Zotero 2.0, feel free to join the group. We'll share references to stuff we talk about on the show, and all members should feel free to share other interesting instruction-related articles.

1 comment:

  1. I really loved hearing about the RIAA site vs. the EFF one and wanted to follow up on it. It looks, though, like the RIAA has taken it down--it's got a generic GoDaddy "parked domain" page up now. Fortunately you can still see it via the Wayback Machine.