The presenter summarizes the lessons to be learned and applied to instructional efforts from a number of popular organizing schemes. Participants will learn how these various productivity and lifestyle programs can help librarians:
- Declutter and better organize our presentations.
- Develop a syllabus or lesson plans filled with things we love.
And help our patrons or students:
- Develop practices and procedures to get things done.
- Find joy as well as relevant information.
There will be an online guide with tips and suggestions. Anyone doing any kind of instruction will be interested in this program and there is no advance knowledge needed.
Bradley, Sharon, "What the Japanese, the Swedes, and the Minimalists Can Teach Us About Library Instruction" (2019). Presentations. 182.
Presented in Macon, GA as part of the Georgia Library Association Annual Conference at the Marriott City Center from 3:15 to 4 p.m.