General Instruction at SFU Burnaby: A collaborative approach

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Faculty/Staff
Date created: 
2018
Keywords: 
library instruction
library technicians
Abstract: 

The general instruction program at SFU Burnaby includes teaching IB, FIC, FAL, and lower level SFU academic courses. This program is lead by the Head of Learning and Instructional Services, and the Teaching and Learning Librarian. Three library assistants (all with library technician diploma's) assist in the logistics of the program, and faciliate anywhere between 10 and 20 workshops a semester. 

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The presentation was delievered at the 2018 BCIT non-Con.

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English
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Conference presentation
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