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Subject:

CILIP Workshop: Teaching large groups, 5 July 2006, London

From:

Cara Watson <[log in to unmask]>

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Cara Watson <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 1 Jun 2006 10:19:27 +0100

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TEACHING LARGE GROUPS
5 July 2006, London

Many library and information workers are required to give lectures and presentations to large groups e.g. 30 to 1000 people. This is particularly common in educational organisations where library staff are involved in introductory sessions during induction week or as part of an ongoing programme of study.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
This workshop will enable participants to develop the skills and attitudes required to design and deliver interactive lectures and presentations to large groups. It will enable them to reduce the stresses that are sometimes involved in this type of work. The workshop is designed to enable participants to take part in a range of practical activities.

BY THE END OF THE EVENT PARTICIPANTS WILL HAVE:
	gained an understanding of the principles of designing successful sessions to large groups
	designed a session aimed at a large group
	identified a range of strategies for ensuring that their sessions are interactive and effective

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Those library and information staff involved in delivering sessions to large groups. It is relevant to staff at all levels and stages in their career.

WORKSHOP LEADER BARBARA ALLAN

Barbara's background includes workplace and academic libraries. She is a senior lecturer at Hull University Business School where she is involved in teaching groups of 30 to 450 students. Barbara has written a number of books for Facet Publishing including Training skills for library and information staff, E-learning and training in library and information services, and Project management. 

PROGRAMME
9.15	Registration and coffee
9.45	Welcome and introduction
Individual learning outcomes
10.00	The challenges of teaching large groups
	Psychology of large groups
	Dunn and Dunn Model of learning styles & its relevance to large groups
	Designing successful sessions
		Aims and outcomes
		Structuring the session
		Use of interactive exercises
		Working with technology
	(Coffee will be served at 11.15)
12.45	Lunch
1.45	The session
	Preparation including contingency planning
	Getting off to a good start
	Managing the timing
	Managing tricky situations
	Dealing with questions
	Closing the session
	Evaluating the session
	Action planning
	(Tea will be served at 3.15)
4.30	Close

PLACES ARE LIMITED TO:  20

FEE:
CILIP personal members: 
180 plus VAT (31) 211.50
CILIP institutional members: 
215 plus VAT (37.63) 252.63
Non-members: 
250 plus VAT (43.75) 293.75

HOW TO BOOK:

TO MAKE A CONFIRMED BOOKING:
Please print out and complete the booking form below and return it by fax to the Training & Development Department on 020 7255 0561, or post to: Training & Development, CILIP, 7 Ridgmount Street, London WC1E 7AE

TO PROVISIONALLY BOOK A PLACE: 
To make a provisional booking simply telephone us on 020 7255 0560, textphone 020 7255 0505, email [log in to unmask] or visit this workshop's web page at http://www.cilip.org.uk/training/training/2006/tl/teachinglargegroupsprog

(Provisional bookings will be held for three weeks. A confirmed booking must be received within this period or your place may be lost.)

BOOKING FORM:

I would like to book a confirmed place on TEACHING LARGE GROUPS, 5 July 2006, London

Title: ____________  First name: _________________

Surname: ____________________________________

Job title: ____________________________________

Organisation: ________________________________

Address: ____________________________________

Town:________________  Postcode:______________

Email address: ________________________________

Tel___________________ Fax: __________________

Are you a CILIP member? 	YES __	  NO __             

Personal* __ Institutional __ Student** __ Unwaged __

* If you are a Personal Member, but your employer is paying, they will still be charged at Personal Member rate.
** The Student rate applies to personal payers only - but not if organisations are paying the fee

CILIP membership no:  __________________________	
			
Dietary/special requirements (sensory or physical)

___________________________________________

PAYMENT OF FEE:

Option 1: __	Please send an invoice 
(Your payment will be due within 30 days of the invoice date).

Please give invoice name and address if different from above:

Invoice Name________________________________________	
			
Invoice Address_______________________________________	

_____________________________________Postcode_________


Option 2: __	I will be sending a cheque (payable to CILIP) for _______________ 

Please tick here if you require a receipt: __

Option 3: __	Please debit _________   to my credit card 

Credit card details:

Name of cardholder:_______________________

Card no: __________________________________  Security code: _   _   _

Address the card is registered to _____________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________

Expiry date: _________________________________

Signature: ___________________________________


PLEASE NOTE: cancellations received on the day will incur the full fee. If a cancellation is received in the seven working days prior to the event, 50% of the fee will be due.

CILIP keeps any personal information you supply for the purpose for which you have provided it.  It is not passed to other organisations unless this is made explicit when you supply it or if we are legally required to do so.  However the Institute may from time to time wish to send you information about other services or products it provides.

CILIP reserves the right to alter details or to cancel this event should the need arise.
CILIP has provision for those in wheelchairs. Induction loops are also available.

CILIP, The Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals

Registered Charity no. 313014

Message sent by:

Cara Watson
Events Assistant, Training & Development
CILIP
7 Ridgmount Street
London
WC1E 7AE

Telephone: 020 7255 0560
Fax: 020 7255 0561
Email: [log in to unmask]

Visit our web pages at: www.cilip.org.uk/training 

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