The 2013 Kentucky Innovations Conference, was held May 16-17 at the University of Kentucky. This conference combined three state education conferences (Convergence/CPE’s KYSoTL/Teacher Quality Summit) into a single large conference with the theme Innovative Ideas for Kentucky Education: From Pedagogy to Technology. The conference began with a keynote presentation The Future of Teaching and Learning by Dr. Vince Kellen, Senior Vice Provost for Academic Planning, Analytics, and Technologies.
50 Minute Break-out Sessions:
- Teaching Information Literacy Using a Train-the-Trainer Model with Biology Lab Instructors – Valerie Perry, Patricia Hartman, Jason Keinsley, Meghan Moran, and Renae Newhouse (Agricultural Information Center)
- Mobile Library Outreach – Laura Davison (Medical Center Library)
15 Minute Panel Session
- Assessment, Does the Word Cause Your Palms to Sweat? – Jan Carver (Science Library)
- Integrated Classrooms: Combining Information Literacy and Composition in Active-Learning Spaces – Renae Newhouse (Agricultural Information Center)
The conference presentation documents will be made available on the conference website soon.