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Academic Libraries and Infographics

Presenting library services, instructional materials, information, data, or announcements in innovative formats catches the attention of users, improves information retention, and increases opportunities for libraries to engage their constituents. I … Continue reading

02/10/2013 · Leave a comment

Poster for High Impact

Thompson Rivers University encourages professional development, offering many on-campus events on a wide range of topics. One annual event,  The Eighth Annual TRU Teaching Practices Colloquium held Monday, February 20, 2012, … Continue reading

02/23/2012 · Leave a comment

LibGuide for faculty and instructors

While many are not aware of the term transliteracy, college teaching faculty and instructors unbeknownst to themselves incorporate transliteracy outcomes into their instructional goals.  I recently edited and added a large … Continue reading

05/14/2011 · Leave a comment

Converging literacy

The essential idea of transliteracy is concerned with mapping meaning across different media, converging meanings, media, and format.  Transliteracy is not concerned with developing particular literacies when using various formats … Continue reading

05/06/2011 · Leave a comment