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Saturday, November 12 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
(41) Flipped Classrooms and Amazing Race Outdoor Library Workshops LIMITED

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This presentation will cover one-shot instruction sessions. These include a flipped classroom approach using professionally developed videos that required acquiring funding, creating an animated character, storyboarding and finding the perfect narrator. I will also discuss teaching outdoors using mobile devices; incorporating Special Collections into my classes and creating an Amazing Race based on the television show, but using books with profanity in the titles. In the past, I have taught dressed in a full pirate costume as well as in the virtual world of Second Life. I’m happy to answer questions about any of my unconventional sessions.

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Felicia Smith

Head of Learning and Outreach, Stanford University
Felicia A. Smith is Head of Learning & Outreach at the Stanford University Libraries. She was a Criminal Defense Private Investigator in Chicago, Illinois specializing in homicide and narcotics and carrying her .357 Magnum revolver. She has published a book and several scholarly articles, all illustrating her flare for dramatic instruction!




Saturday November 12, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 112

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