Recording links for the Library 2.018 mini-conference: Design Thinking: How Librarians Are Incorporating It Into Their Practice

nb. Free registration for the Library 2.0 network website is required.

Talks include

  • David V. Loertscher and Marc Crompton –‘Design Thinking in School Libraries: Theory and Practice as a Cousin of Traditional Inquiry
  • Patrick “Tod” Colegrove–‘Embracing Change: Design Thinking, Technology, and the Library’
  • Amy Vecchione–‘Student Success + Design Thinking’
  • Georgia Coleman–‘Cupcakes, Not Wedding Cakes: Sparking Small Scale Innovation in Public Libraries’
  • Dr. Christine Wilson, Marina Brodsky, and Michael Shappell –‘Improving Research and Analytical Writing Skills using Design Thinking.’
  • Claire Nickerson–‘Using Design Thinking to Plan Library Courses’
  • Shauna Callahan and Regina Rosi Mitchell–‘Empowering Student Leaders with Design Thinking Challenges’
  • elly Cancilla–‘Using Design Thinking in Theory and Practice to Improve Upon and Sustain Library Communications’
  • Kelsey Brown–“What is this?” Design thinking from an LIS student perspective
  • Closing Keynote: Steven J. Bell | Associate University Librarian for Research and Instructional Services at Temple University

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