Posts Tagged 'learning'

Thesis writing as method acting

Undergrads and scholarly writing, insights from Pegasus Librarian

Leveraging visual literacy for communication

This webinar presentation (highly recommended – see archived version) shares successful techniques for using images in library instruction.

Presented by Nicole Brown, NYU Multidisciplinary Instruction Librarian.

Control freaks

How library users’ anxiety and affect play into the research process. @Info-Fetishist

Understanding why errors happen is more important than spotting them

The more information you glean by reading student papers, by seeing how students are applying what they’ve learned, the clearer you are on what you need to do in the classroom, in building learning objects, and in working with disciplinary faculty.
Read more @Information Wants To Be Free

B. Fister’s 2013 LOEX keynote: decode academy

Some of Fister’s provocative claims:
Academic librarians should stop teaching students how to find sources
Very rarely are citations needed
We should stop policing plagiarism
@Via Ink and Vellum

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

Read @PegasusLibrarian

“Mobile learning: the teacher in your pocket”

Chapter essay on mobile learning by Meredith Farkas


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