Bio:Sarah Burns Gilchrist, Research and Instruction Librarian for Visual Arts and Education at Towson University, is focused on social justice, teaching methods, art history, games and gamification, and library advocacy. Recent publications include “Rediscovering Renaissance Research” and “A Review of Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate Policies” in portal and “Online Access to Higher Education on YouTube EDU” in New Library World. (http://mdsoar.org) Ms. Gilchrist has presented on these and other topics at local, state, and national conferences. As an active member of the Social Justice Collective at Towson University, she continues to collaborate with faculty, students, and staff on campus.
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October 2, 2017
As part of a collaboration with Claire Holmes and Lisa Sweeney at Towson University's Albert S. Cook Library, I infused our lesson plan for ISTC 301/501 with ACRL Framework Concepts. The original lesson plan was conceived of by Holmes and Sweeney as a way to integreate information literacy instruction concepts for teachers into ISTC 301 and SPED 413 in our College of Education. The attached slides illustrate one way to include information literacy instruction, the ACRL Framework, and teaching standards in college-level instruction. The aim for this lesson plan was to encourage College of...
April 4, 2017
Lesson plan using framework concepts for graduate art education classes.