Title: Student Feedback in Real Time – One Model to Solicit, Analyze, and Engage Meaningfully in the Classroom
About: This presentation will provide an opportunity to examine one informal model which can be implemented with minimal effort to solicit feedback from students across subjects and curricula. The model can also be easily revised to accommodate different teaching styles. In order to facilitate a lively discussion, attendees are encouraged to bring questions and alternative strategies to share.
Brief Bio: Professor Alayan is an Assistant Professor and Law Library Director at Howard Law as well as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown. Her areas of expertise include legal research instruction, foreign and international legal research, legal information literacy, and library outreach. She is an active member of regional, national, and international law library associations and has served in various leadership positions. She is currently the President for the Law Librarians’ Society of Washington, D.C. and Board Member of the International Association of Law Libraries (IALL). Professor Alayan has spoken on a variety of topics, including legal research instruction, leadership, and professional development. Last year, she received the American Association of Law Libraries Emerging Leader Award. For more information about Professor Alayan, see: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristinaalayan/