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    Teach the Teachers Class

         Welcome to the main libguide page for the TJ library's Teach the Teacher classes!  We librarians are excited to offer these classes for many reasons: as a way to showcase library resources, to get direct feedback for teacher needs and interests, to provide training for specific topics and to provide an oppurtunity for teachers to get an on-campus CEU.  Click on any tab above for infomation, resources or handouts from a specific class (tabs will be added as classes are taught).  

         Teachers will need to attend any 10 classes to recieve one CEU. Classes are from 3:50 to 4:50 in the Lower Level Computer Lab of the TJ library. Fall class dates are:

    Thursday, September 22nd - Class introduction and the Library Catalog

    Thursday, October 6th - Webpath Express and Digital Resource Lists

    Thursday, Ocotber 13th - Search Engine Techniques and Boolean Language

    Thursday, October 20th - Digital Primary Resources 

    Thursday, October 27th - Culturegrams Database

         A list of Spring sememster classes will be available late Fall.  Class topics will include: NC Live, Gale Global Database, Gale Current Database, LibGuides, Fountas and Pinnell and AR, and Student Research Center.  We also hope to get input for class topics from the class members themselves.  Approximately 10 classes will be offered in the Spring, to allow the teacher have some choice for a total of approximately 15 classes.

     

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