Reflective Practice with Sheila Corrall presented by L2L05 May 2017
L2L is delighted to invite you to a lecture by Professor Sheila Corrall from the University of Pittsburgh on Reflective Practice. This session is an introductory-level overview on the concepts of reflective practice with tools to get started, contextualized from the library perspective. This session will take place in Room P1079, Carrolls Building, DkIT, Dundalk at 2.30 pm on 10th May 2017.
L2L is a National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education funded project that looks at the newly created professional development process through the lens of librarianship. You can find out a little about L2L on the Forum website or you can view this short video. As part of the L2L project, we are inviting a number of prominent thinkers to deliver talks/training on different aspects of the project, such as Reflective Practice, new models of delivering information literacy, librarianship and pedagogy, and more.
Places are limited and we ask that you please book in advance here by 4pm on Monday, May 8th.