UC Berkeley Library

You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.

Using the Library during COVID-19

During the pandemic, many of our services are being offered in new ways. To find the latest information on course reserves, book returns, 24/7 online help, and more, visit our COVID-19 portal, which provides more up-to-date information than the text below.

Teaching and Learning Expertise Group (TLEG)

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This cross-disciplinary expertise group fosters instructional excellence and innovation by identifying, exploring, supporting, assessing, and showcasing pedagogical practices and methods that contribute to inclusive information literacy for UC Berkeley’s diverse populations. TLEG designs and implements action research projects to offer scalable, flexible solutions to problems of instructional practice. We support instruction in all formats and contexts —from one-on-one consultations to large-lecture classes and online instruction. We seek to address questions about how to best support meaningful student learning, to assess for continuous improvement, and to communicate our instructional impact. TLEG supports the Library’s strategic directions and positions the Library to grow instruction in emerging areas of information literacy, such as data science and digital scholarship. It also informs the Instruction Services Division’s support of teaching and learning.

Beth Dupuis, Senior Associate University Librarian for Educational Initiatives, User Services, and Strategic Projects and Director of Doe, Moffitt and the Subject Specialty Libraries

Members (2019-2020)
Nicole Brown (Instruction Services Division) (Co-Convener)
Kiyoko Shiosaki (Instruction Services Division) (Co-convener)
Celia Emmelhainz (Social Sciences Division)
Sarah Harrington (Access Services Division)
Jianye He (East Asian Library)
Becky Miller (Life & Health Sciences Division)
Jeremy Ott (Arts & Humanities Division)
Anna Sackmann (Engineering & Physical Sciences Division)

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