9780789037084

An Introduction to Instructional Services in Academic Libraries

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    9780789037084

  • ISBN10:

    0789037084

  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2008-06-16
  • Publisher: Routledge

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In the twenty-first century, successful students need to be information literate and more than ever, librarians are being called upon to contribute considerable energy, knowledge, and leadership to academic success. An Introduction to Instructional Services in Academic Libraries provides librarians with a much-needed introduction to instruction. Filled with informative, real-world case studies, this enlightening text brings together over three dozen experienced librarian-instructors from across the United States and Canada to detail their experiences in planning, delivering, and evaluating effective instructional sessions. Book jacket.

Table of Contents

About the Editorp. xiii
Contributorsp. xv
Prefacep. xxi
Library Instruction in College Libraries
Creating an "Information Literacy Across the Curriculum" Program from Scratchp. 3
Introductionp. 3
Redefining Positionsp. 4
The End of the Self-Paced Workbookp. 5
Designing a Building to Support Information Literacyp. 6
Information Literacy As the Library's Missionp. 8
Credibility on Campus and Offp. 14
Lessons Learnedp. 15
Experiential Learning: Teach Them and They Will Comep. 19
Introductionp. 19
Settingp. 20
Library Descriptionp. 20
Project Participantsp. 21
Project Description, Planning, and Deliveryp. 23
Resultsp. 27
Challengesp. 28
Conclusionp. 29
Taking the Best of Both Worlds: Success and Challenges with the Hybrid Model of Library Instructionp. 33
Introductionp. 33
Settingp. 34
Course Goalsp. 35
Course Developmentp. 36
Course Assessmentp. 38
Conclusionp. 40
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Using Clickers to Enhance Learning in the Libraryp. 43
Introductionp. 43
Settingp. 44
Objectivesp. 44
Methodsp. 45
Resultsp. 48
Conclusionp. 50
Library Instruction in University Libraries
Interdisciplinary Inquiry Through Collaborationp. 55
Introductionp. 55
Settingp. 55
Objectivesp. 56
Methodsp. 56
Resultsp. 58
Conclusionp. 65
Immersion of Information Literacy and Technology into the Core Discovery Coursesp. 67
Introductionp. 67
Settingp. 67
Objectivesp. 70
Methodsp. 70
Resultsp. 78
Conclusionp. 79
PUC 101: A Collaborative Effort for Freshman Orientationp. 83
Introduction/Settingp. 83
Objectivesp. 84
Methodsp. 88
Resultsp. 90
Conclusionp. 92
Making the Case for Enhanced Learning: Using Case Studies in a Credit-Bearing Library Coursep. 95
Introductionp. 95
Settingp. 95
Objectivesp. 96
Case Study Methodp. 96
The Library Coursep. 100
Sample Case Studyp. 100
Resultsp. 102
Conclusionp. 104
Using Problem-Based Learning to Teach Information Literacy Skills in a Freshman Seminarp. 107
Introductionp. 107
Setting and Objectivesp. 111
Methodsp. 111
Resultsp. 113
Conclusionp. 114
Introducing Primary Documents to Undergraduatesp. 119
Introductionp. 119
Settingp. 120
Online Collections of Primary Documentsp. 121
Objectivesp. 123
Literature Reviewp. 124
Methodsp. 125
Resultsp. 127
Conclusionp. 128
A Tale of Two Syllabi: Program-Integrated Information Literacy Instruction in Chemistry and Journalismp. 135
Introductionp. 135
Settingp. 136
Objectivesp. 137
Case Study 1p. 138
Case Study 2p. 141
Conclusionp. 143
Teaching Information Literacy to ESL Studentsp. 153
Introductionp. 153
Settingp. 153
Objectivesp. 155
Methodsp. 156
Resultsp. 161
Conclusionp. 162
Planning, Building, and Assessing a Library Instruction Tutorialp. 165
Introductionp. 165
Settingp. 165
Objectivesp. 167
Learning Outcomesp. 168
Methodsp. 169
Resultsp. 173
Conclusionp. 175
Information Literacy for Nontraditional Students at the University of Rhode Islandp. 183
Introductionp. 183
Settingp. 184
The Providence Campus Libraryp. 186
Teaching in the Libraryp. 187
Methodsp. 187
Resultsp. 193
Conclusionp. 194
Library Instruction in Health Sciences University Settings
Turning Librarians into Teachersp. 203
Introductionp. 203
Settingp. 203
Objectivesp. 205
Methodsp. 207
Resultsp. 209
Evaluationp. 211
Conclusionp. 211
MeSHing with Medical Students: Effectiveness of Library Instruction Over Time-A Longitudinal Research Studyp. 215
Introductionp. 215
Purposep. 216
Designp. 216
Settingp. 217
Participantsp. 218
Interventionp. 218
Analysisp. 221
Exam Questionsp. 222
Conclusionp. 224
Preparing an Advanced Information Literacy Curriculum for Graduate Studentsp. 229
Introductionp. 229
Settingp. 229
Objectivesp. 230
Methodsp. 231
Resultsp. 232
Conclusionp. 234
Graded Online Pharmacy Assignmentsp. 239
Introductionp. 239
Settingp. 241
Objectivesp. 242
Methodsp. 242
Resultsp. 245
Conclusionp. 246
Information Literacy for a College of Nursingp. 251
Introductionp. 251
Settingp. 251
Objectivesp. 252
Methodsp. 253
Resultsp. 257
Conclusionp. 262
Librarians in the Online Classroom: Proactive Bibliographic Instruction for Distance Education Studentsp. 267
Introductionp. 267
Situation and Goalsp. 268
Literature Reviewp. 268
Settingp. 271
The Classesp. 272
Methodsp. 273
Resultsp. 275
Conclusionp. 277
Chapter Exercisesp. 281
Indexp. 285
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