1. Your submission must describe a project or a method for embedding library instruction or reference.
2. Your recipe should include as much of the following as possible:
- Your Name, University or other affiliation, and E-mail
- Potential Cookbook Category
- Goal/Purpose of the project or method
- Main Ingredients (Equipment, supplies, etc)
- Preparation (before the project starts)
- Subject/Discipline addressed
- Length of project
- Audience/Class size
- ALA Information Literacy Standards (or other standards) Addressed
- Instructional Resources
3. If your submission gets chosen you need to include an image of your project/method in action.
4. Creativity is encouraged!
5. We need 2-5 page chapters about embedded activities in many Cookbook Categories. Following are some ideas to get you thinking:
- First Year Experience
- In the disciplines
- Online courses (synchronous or asynchronous)
- Learning management systems
- Professional Programs
- Graduate Programs
- K-12 Programs
- Outside the Library (residential life, student services, extension, continuing educaton)
- Assessing embedded projects
- Learning objects
- Faculty collaborations and/or trainings
- Scholarly communication
7. E-mail your draft recipes by January 15, 2013 to Kaijsa Calkins (kcal…@uwyo.edu) and Cass Kvenild (ckve…@uwyo.edu), co-editors of Embedded Librarians: Moving Beyond One-shot Instruction (ACRL 2010) and this forthcoming Embedded Cookbook.
English Research and Instruction Librarian
Bibliographer for English, American Studies, and African American & Diaspora Studies
Coe Library, Room 304A
University of Wyoming