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UO Libraries Instruction & Engagement

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How to Learn How to Make a How-To Video Tutorial

Taking on the HydraPhoto by Francesco Ungaro from PexelsPost by Jeffrey Staiger, Humanities Librarian Imagine the many stages behind the making of a video tutorial that shows the viewer how to perform a basic library task.  You start with the content, the thing that...

Every Minute a New Question: From March to July 2020

Early on in the Covid-19 pandemic, UO Libraries faculty and staff were hustling to respond to the situation. Instruction librarians were figuring out how to make the transition to working from home while our colleagues in Access Services and other departments were...

We are your Libraries. We stand with you.

Dear Students,  We are your Libraries. We stand with you. We write to you as a group of librarians who do instruction with and for you. We write to you specifically about that work, while recognizing that our other areas of our work also require reflection and changes...

Mapping Latinx at UO

Translating UO Campus Maps to SpanishImage created by Tony Figoli for Spanish 228, Spring 2020  "The political economy of learning ... is based on the principle that learning occurs most effectively, and with the greatest positive acceptance on the part of the...

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Welcome to the UO Libraries’ Instruction & Engagement Blog

In an effort to give visibility and a platform to the UO Libraries Faculty and Staff who teach, we launched the UO Libraries Instruction & Engagement blog in spring 2020. Members of the UO Libraries’ teaching community contribute posts about pedagogy, classroom techniques, virtual instruction, ongoing projects and more!

To learn more about instruction at UO Libraries, please check out the Instruction Services page on our website.

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