33rd chat, June 2 2015: kinesthetic learning and #critlib
Moderated by @Heath_Bears
- “Learning Information Literacy Through Drawing” by David James Brier and Vickery Kaye Lebbin
- See also: Human Library. They haven’t been updating their website, but the Human Library Facebook page is much more active. They are also called Living Libraries.
- Q1. What are some ways you have fostered #critlib hands-on/bodily learning in your library?
- Q2. How does hands-on/bodily learning bolster #critlib? Where are some areas it is most needed? Where are limitations?
- Q3. What are some areas in #critlib where we might integrate hands-on/bodily learning? Where are some places it is most needed?
- Q4. How would hands-on/bodily learning impact other aspects of librarianship? Instruction? How can we bring the body into #critlib?
- Q5. What is the long term effects/goals of bringing hands-on/bodily learning into #critlib?
- Q6. How does hands-on/bodily learning challenge established practices of librarianship? #critlib