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Library Instruction and Academic Success: A Mixed-Methods Assessment of a Library Instruction Program | Bowles-Terry | Evidence Based Library and Information Practice

Library Instruction and Academic Success: A Mixed-Methods Assessment of a Library Instruction Program
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Critical Pedagogy And Library Instruction

CRITICAL PEDAGOGY AND LIBRARY INSTRUCTION Maria T.

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Library Instruction Round Table

Library Instruction Round Table (LIRT) is a roundtable of the American Library Association and advocates library instruction as a means for developing competent library and information use as a part of lifelong learning.

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Computers in Action

This site is for teachers who are interested in ideas for integrating technology into the ESL / ESOL classroom. It is a teacher resourcewith activtities for integrating computing into the ESOL Classroom .

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Critical Review: “Does Library Instruction Make a Difference ...

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Recorded presentations of the 2 Biennial Kathleen A. Zar Symposium are available online, and I happened to catch one entitled “Does Library Instruction Make a Difference?” The speaker was Melissa Bowles-Terry, and she ...

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The Evolution of Library Instruction | Information Tyrannosaur

The other day I read Lane Wilkinson's excellent post about his thinking as he and others are tackling revising the ACRL Information Literacy Standards. This is ... It's an aspirational view of library/information instruction.
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How to learn everything about computers

http://AsktheTechies.com answers a youtube viewer's question about how to learn more computers and avoid reading books. Online resources both free and paid f...
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Creating in-house video tutorials to enhance campus training sessions

This session will: 1) Compare, contrast and explain some of the top software packages including: Adobe Captivate, Camtasia, Jing, and uTipu. 2) Explain the b...
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Best Video Editing Software For Youtube 2013

If you are trying to choose the best Video Editing software for Youtube or Video Editing in general, this video will help you. In this video I cover, free vi...
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Library Instruction

This short video highlights the many ways librarians can work with faculty to integrate library instruction and research skills into your courses and work wi...
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Free technology teacher training videos

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Free technology teacher training videos.


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Cooperative Library Instruction Project

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The Cooperative Library Instruction Project (CLIP) is a partnership ... whose mission is to design and develop sharable, web-based tutorials to assist in library instruction and information literacy.


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Library Instruction and Academic Success

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Bowles-Terry, M. (2012) "Library Instruction and Academic Success: A Mixed-Methods Assessment of a Library Instruction Program." Evidence based library and information practice, 7 (1).

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Rethinking Library Instruction Statistics — Going Beyond the ...

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We often capture details such as time, date, number of students, etc. for library instruction, but what does that really tell us? We often miss crucial information such as how well our students master information literacy skills and ...
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Library instruction and information literacy 2011

Library instruction and information literacy 2011 | Digital Literacy | Scoop.it

he purpose of this paper is to provide a selected bibliography of recent resources on library instruction and information literacy.


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Using a Template to Create Rubrics and Worksheets for Library Instruction Assessment

This talk was presented as part of the 2nd Biennial Kathleen A Zar Symposium at the University of Chicago. For more about the symposium visit: http://www.lib...
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Internet Librarians—The Power to Transform Libraries

by Cindy Shamel :

"The 16th annual Internet Librarian conference recently concluded in Monterey, Calif. More than a thousand registrants and 215 speakers tackled the topic Transformational Power of Internet Librarians. While the sessions ranged from accessibility of digital content to web analytics, two themes took center stage: the future role of libraries and the reality of ebooks. As it turns out, some would assert that the future role of libraries depends upon the ultimate impact of ebooks.
Role of Libraries

Depending upon whom you ask, libraries should serve as a platform for networking, return to their core competency as the keeper of print books, or launch new products and services as the enabler of content creation.

In the opening keynote address, David Weinberger advocated for the library as a platform for people, ideas, and works delivered through tools and services. Weinberger is senior researcher, Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, co-director, Harvard Innovation Lab, and author of Too Big to Know. He says, rather than attempting to collect knowledge in the form of published works, librarians can advance knowledge through public learning, generous sharing, and the power of iteration. Weinberger used the experience of software developers as an example of fast, efficient, and effective learning as they collaborate through tutorials, versioning, and social connections to tweak and improve programs. He posited that libraries can serve as a networking platform that “provides the resources that let others create and flourish.”


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Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library Instruction Program

This video describes the Instruction program at the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, located on the University of Montana campus in Missoula, Montana. Pro...
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LaGrange College Freshman Library Instruction (Cornerstone)

A brief overview of how to use Lewis Library's resources.
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