Archive for the 'information literacy' Category

Using Twitter to create an interactive information literacy lecture

Using Twitter in IL instruction Prezi. @Sussex Library

Advertisements

“Talking about information literacy: the mediating role of discourse in a college writing classroom”

Stop talking about finding sources. Frame the work as learning about something. Article & Library Babel Fish on it.

Our new model for Freshman instruction and how it went

Learn from the success of Portland State’s integration of information literacy instruction into first-year general ed classes. Meredith Farkas breaks it down. @InformationWantstoBeFree

“Revising the ‘one-shot’… collaborating with writing faculty to rebuild a library instruction session”

Librarians and English faculty at one college participated in a year-long study identifying learning goals, integrating active learning techniques and conducting meaningful assessment… Read article @CRL

“Share and share alike: barriers and solutions to tutorial creation and management”

For instruction librarians who want to build tutorials but have little time or tech expertise: use a content management system.

The evolution of library instruction

The history of library instruction in a nutshell. @InformationTyrannosaur

Things we know about how information works that our students don’t know (yet)

Read @PegasusLibrarian


November 2017
M T W T F S S
« Jan    
 12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
27282930  

Categories

Archives