Natalie E. Bishop
I am course & curriculum builder for LIB 301, our online information literacy course for the Degree Completion Program.
My concentration is on providing information literacy instruction to non-traditional adult learners as the liaison to the Graduate School of Education and Degree Completion Program.
I am a member of the Degree Completion Program Council, Teacher Education Committee, and Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (Faculty co-chair).
My interests in higher education is collaborating with colleagues in reviewing and implementing policy that best supports student learning and critical thinking.
I am Archivist for University Archives and Special Collections. I frequently partner with our Digital Services librarian and local organizations to increase our archive's digital presence.
Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
As part of my doctoral work, I have completed the following evidences:
- Comprehensive Needs Assessment
- Program Evaluation using the Logic Model and Stufflebeam's CIPP Evaluation Model
- Professional Learning Model for engaging faculty working with adult learners
- Curriculum Design Plan with curricular alignment
Professional Development & Presentations
ACRL - Association of College & Research Libraries
NCLA - North Carolina Library Association
Innovative Library Classroom Conference
Quality Matters Higher Education Rubric & Peer Reviewer Certification
I am certified to design and peer review courses using the Quality Matters Higher Education Rubric.
The focus of the Quality Matters rubric is to create an alignment between the following critical course components while using best practices in course design (Quality Matters, 2015):
"(1) Learning Objectives (2), Assessment and Measurement (3), Instructional Materials (4), Course Activities and Learner Interaction (5), and Course Technology (6) - work together to ensure students achieve desired learning outcomes. Specific Standards included in Alignment are indicated in the Rubric Annotations."