- Q3 Newsletter submissions due September 17.
It’s not too late to submit an article for the Q3 newsletter, publish date, September 30. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.
- The IDL SIG is planning for more great webinars this year, our annual, Virtual Open House, and a workshop. If you have ideas or would like to present, please contact Viqui Dill at email@example.com.
- For volunteer opportunities, please contact Anita Matechuk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Starting September 1, you can join or renew your 2023 STC membership. Be sure to select the IDL SIG when renewing.
The IDL SIG is proud to announce its 2022 STC Distinguished Community Service Awards recipients:
- Anita Matechuk, who received the Distinguished Service for Student Award (DSAS)
- Marcia Shannon, who received the Distinguished SIG Service Award (DSSA)
Each year, the STC awards members who have offered extensive service and exemplary commitment to their communities. Continue reading “Anita Matechuk and Marcia Shannon receive STC Distinguished Community Service Awards”
Q1 in the rearview mirror
The IDL SIG team accomplished a lot in the first quarter of 2022. Here is a list of some of the accomplishments you may have noted through our various media and communication channels. Continue reading “IDL SIG Manager’s Column Q1 2022”
By Crista Mohammed, former IDeaL Editor and volunteer
After 2 years of living with and through the global pandemic, it is tiring to say and tiring to hear that every dimension of our lives has changed. Tiring or not, however, it’s true. For me—a university instructor—the biggest impact has been reshaping my teaching for online delivery. In this article, my first installment in a series that shares my challenges with online instruction, I explore the challenge of managing instructional space and time. Continue reading “Online Instruction Challenge Number 1: Managing Time and Space”