Library Presentations, Posters, and Videos
The Music Information Literacy course taught by the Performing Arts Librarian at Chapman University’s Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music has evolved in its format and pedagogical approach over the period of 8 years. In this talk, I discuss this evolution from its inception into its present version; a hybrid of online asynchronous learning modules and in-person instruction and activities. This presentation is an update to a previous talk (2016) and poster (2018) at Music Library Association Annual Meetings, both of which focused on specific aspects of the Music Information Literacy course. I discuss the benefits that became evident during the online teaching phase of the pandemic and how I integrated asynchronous online teaching into the course in a way that added value, decreased workload, and provided an improved learning experience for students even after the return to in-person teaching.
Greene, Taylor, "Hybrid Teaching for Music Information Literacy" (2022). Library Presentations, Posters, and Videos. 37.
This session was presented at the Music Library Association California Chapter’s 10th Annual Meeting.
A recording of the conference can be viewed here.