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Thursday, March 9 • 13:30 - 14:15
Integrating IL through PBL for EAP course

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You are considering using Project-Based Learning (PBL) for your English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course. What are the research skills your students need to develop? How would you integrate Information Literacy (IL) into your course? What would be the benefits of using the PBL method? Intended audience: teachers and librarians.


Rachid Bendriss

Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar
Dr. Rachid Bendriss is Assistant Dean and Associate Professor of ESL at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar. Prior to that, he taught English for Academic Purposes at the University of Central Florida and Valencia College in Florida. Dr. Bendriss has lectured and written extensively on the internationalization of higher education, academic English development, information fluency, college readiness, and educational technology.

Melanie Fernandes

Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar
Melanie is an ESL Teaching Specialist at WCM-Q. She was previously ESL Lecturer and Technology Coordinator at Old Dominion University. She earned her MA in Linguistics from Syracuse University._x000D_

Paul Mussleman

Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar
Paul is Information Services Librarian at WCM-Q. He has a Master of Library and Information Studies from University of Alabama, and has worked in health sciences librarianship since 2007._x000D_
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Reya Saliba

Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar
As the Learning & Student Outreach Librarian, Reya's work is devoted to developing, teaching and promoting the information fluency (IF) program by managing all facets of its integration in the new pre-medical and medical curricula. Reya is also responsible for providing learning opportunities and outreach activities to current and prospective students, providing both virtual and traditional reference services, as well as web... Read More →

Thursday March 9, 2017 13:30 - 14:15
Executive Suite 2

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