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Five Minutes of Five Years of First Year Composition
Susan Whitmer, Instruction Librarian at Texas Woman’s University, discusses her evolving approach to teaching information literacy to First-Year Composition classes. The past five years have been a dynamic time for teaching ...
Work-Life Balance for Librarians: Avocations Informing the Vocation
Come prepared to move as three active librarians demonstrate how belly dancing, bicycling, and yoga inform their librarianship and illustrate the concept of work-life balance. As an antidote to our 24/7 plugged-in culture, ...
Five Years of First-Year Composition: A Librarian Reflects
Five Years of First-Year Composition: A Librarian Reflects, is an academic librarian’s review of teaching information literacy to English composition classes. The reflections are based on classroom instruction, worksheet ...
Wellbeing at the Library: Collection Development and Programming
This presentation describes and justifies wellbeing activities at an academic library. Working in collaboration with the University Wellbeing Director, academic librarians have created a culture that promotes wellbeing ...
Suffrage in Texas Expanded: A History Uncovered Project
Suffrage in Texas Expanded (SITE) is a digital humanities project that was initiated by members of the Digital Scholarship & Initiatives Work Group at Texas Woman’s University. Inspired by the Constitution Day 2020 programming ...
Chair Yoga: OEP@TWU 2022
Do you want to take a yoga break at your desk? Try this 20-minute chair yoga session with Susan. The health benefits of chair yoga include greater flexibility, stronger muscles, better posture, and reduced stress. Susan ...