Instruction in libraries is an essential function, and librarians of all backgrounds -- reference, technology, public and academic -- can wind up teaching, many without any formal instruction training and without any expectation that they would be expected to teach. How do librarians become comfortable and confident instructors? This panel of public and academic librarians will discuss their experiences from instruction novices, without formal training during their MLS experience, to their roles as librarians who teach.
Cara Berg, William Paterson University
John Daquino, Union Public Library
Janet Hauge, Princeton Public Library
Siobhan McCarthy, Montclair State University
Friday, June 1, 2018 - 9:00am to 9:50am