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The Teaching Library

Author : Scott Walter
ISBN : 9781317965398
Genre : Education
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Get the information needed to advocate for the significance of your library! How do you make the case that your library is a valuable instruction center? The Teaching Library helps librarians assess data on information literacy instruction programs so that they can better support the teaching role of the academic library in campus settings. This practical, professional resource features case studies from across the United States and Canada—in both public and private institutions—that offer a variety of evaluation methods. Here are the latest, easy-to-adopt ways of measuring your library’s direct contribution to student learning, on-campus and off. With a unique multifaceted approach to questions of assessment, The Teaching Library is an important resource that not only offers the latest techniques, but answers the larger question of how to make use of this data in ways that will best advocate information literacy instruction programs. From creating a multidimensional assessment to turning an initiative into a program to teaching and learning goals and beyond, this invaluable text covers many of the core issues those in this rapidly-evolving field must contend with. These contributions reinforce the importance of the learning that takes place in the classroom, in the co-curriculum, the extra-curriculum, and the surrounding community. Some of the key topics covered in The Teaching Library are: assessment practices such as 360° analysis, attitudinal, outcomes-based, and gap-measured integrating the teaching library into core mission, vision, and values statements presenting the message of a library’s value to internal audiences of colleagues building momentum—and maintaining it tying information literacy assessment to campus-wide assessment activities identifying and reaching end-of-program learning outcomes assessing the impact of the one-shot session on student learning information literacy instruction and the credit-course model promoting instruction among Library and Information Science educators and many more! The essays in The Teaching Library offer viable and practical ways for librarians to demonstrate their direct contribution to student learning in ways consistent with those accepted as valid across the campus. An important resource for academic librarians and Information Science professionals, The Teaching Library is also a useful tool for those in the campus community concerned with developing, funding, and continuing successful library programs—professional staff such as alumni directors; faculty and educators looking to make students more successful; and researchers.

Information Literacy Instruction Handbook

Author : Christopher N. Cox
ISBN : 9780838909638
Genre : Education
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Suitable for librarians new to teaching or management of information literacy instruction, this book contains practical chapters that provide the basics but with references to other key sources for those who would like to explore topics further.

Designing Information Literacy Instruction

Author : Joan R. Kaplowitz
ISBN : 9780810885851
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Designing Information Literacy Instruction: The Teaching Tripod Approach provides a working knowledge of how instructional design (ID) applies to information literacy instruction (ILI). Its "how to do it" approach is directed at instruction librarians in all library settings and deals with both face-to-face and online ID issues. Based on Kaplowitz’s innovative Teaching Tripod model, it will help instructional librarians clearly define the crucial links between outcomes, activities, and assessment.

Information Literacy Assessment In K 12 Settings

Author : Lesley S. J. Farmer
ISBN : 0810856956
Genre : Education
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Provides information on assessing information literacy based on skill level, age, and assessment.

An Introduction To Critical Information Literacy Assessment

Author : Lyda McCartin
ISBN : 1634000358
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Critical Library Instruction

Author : Maria T. Accardi
ISBN : 9781936117406
Genre : Education
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"A collection of articles about various ways of applying critical pedagogy and related educational theories to library instruction"--Provided by publisher.

Information Literacy Instruction For Educators

Author : Scott Walter
ISBN : 9781136778476
Genre : Education
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Much-needed guidance for updating your teaching skills and practices! Information Literacy Instruction for Educators: Professional Knowledge for an Information Age explores various methods of instructing pre-service teachers and administrators on how to locate new subject matter and distinguish between fact, opinion, and rhetoric across a wide variety of topics. Experienced educators and librarians join forces to present a number of exemplary efforts from international communities. This book also looks at approaches for incorporating information literacy instruction into K-12 pre-service education programs. This book will show you how to develop information literacy skills as a student, a lifelong learner, and as a professional—honing the ability to locate, evaluate, manage, and present information on any subject. This state-of-the-art text presents original thinking about collaborations between librarians and faculty members to promote information literacy as a core element of the professional knowledge for K-12 teachers and administrators in the 21st century. In Information Literacy Instruction for Educators, you’ll learn about: information literacy and digital technologies within the field of education collaborations between librarians and academic staff to develop approaches to information literacy for pre-service education students a collaboration between university library faculty and members of the educational studies department to meet the new state standards on information literacy and technology information literacy integration in a doctoral program—incorporating and verifying standards, and an appraisal of the results and more! Information Literacy Instruction for Educators draws on examples from the United States, Canada, and Australia, articulating a multi-faceted approach to education programs that goes beyond making pre-service teachers into better students to help them become more effective information literacy instructors themselves. Special features include an annotated bibliography for further reading. This text is an important guidance tool for teacher and administrator educators, academic and school librarians, and experienced teaching staff.

Information Literacy Assessment

Author : Teresa Y. Neely
ISBN : 0838909140
Genre : Education
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Provides information on the ACRL standards and information literary assessments.

A Practical Guide To Information Literacy Assessment For Academic Librarians

Author : Carolyn J. Radcliff
ISBN : 9780313094842
Genre : Education
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Transforming Information Literacy Instruction Using Learner Centered Teaching

Author : Joan R. Kaplowitz
ISBN : 1555707653
Genre : Education
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Do you feel like it is long past time to totally transform information literacy instruction? If so, this book has information needed to help incorporate learner-centered teaching (LCT) into information literacy instruction ILI), combining important grounding in the discipline with usable instructions and tips. Collaboration, participation, and responsibility are emphasized. There is first-hand information on the transition to learner-centered teaching through the author's own experience, as well as real-life examples from instructors in the field who support the learner-centered teaching model. Part one explains how learner-centered teaching works and why it is so effective, offers tips and tricks to listen to, engage with, and inspire learners, and provides essential background information and resources to paint a well-rounded picture of the learner-centered teaching model. Part two helps in the planning for LCT by covering different methods, like modeling, questioning, and collaborative group work. It also offers advice on measuring outcomes, assessment, and selecting the best instructional activities based on those outcomes. Part three brings everything together by applying LCT to practice, with tips on strengthening the face-to-face learning experience, creating the right environment, and discussing important drawbacks to consider in certain classrooms. An entire chapter is devoted to creating an online learner-centered experience that includes pros and cons, special challenges, designing the online environment to get to most out of LCT, and the key elements for online instruction. Perspectives from school, public, community college, university, and specialty libraries provide best practices from all areas of librarianship.

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