Posts about information literacy written by Joe Hardenbrook .
I’m at WILU 2013 – Workshop for Instruction in Library Use – a Canadian information literacy conference in Fredericton, New Brunswick: a great opportunity to network with librarians north of the border – or “south of the border” to them! I presented a session about implementing library services to online students:
“I Didn’t Know I Could Use the Library!” Meeting the Needs of Students Online
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