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The Flipped Classroom Teaching Model and its Use for Information Literacy Instruction
(Communications in Information Literacy, 2014)
The flipped classroom, a teaching method that delivers lecture content to students at home through electronic means and uses class time for practical application activities, may be useful for information literacy instruction. ...
I Just Want Tenure: Mapping Librarian Dissatisfaction with Library Science Scholarship
(ACRL Conference, 2015-03)
This research is formulated on a single large significant assumption – that there exists among readers of LIS literature some degree of dissatisfaction associated with the quality of library literature. It was designed ...
No Pedagogical Advantage Found Between LibGuides and Other Web Page Information Literacy Tutorials [Evidence Summary]
This evidence summary is a review and analysis of: Bowen, A. (2014). LibGuides and web-based library guides in comparison: Is there a pedagogical advantage? Journal of Web Librarianship, 8(2), 147-171. doi: 10.1080/19322 ...
Online Access to Higher Education on YouTube EDU
(New Library World, 2013)
Purpose: The purpose of this one-year longitudinal study is to examine the usage and production of educational videos on YouTubeEDU, an open, video-sharing, educational area of YouTube established in 2009 and used primarily ...
Review of Children's Literature in Action: A Librarian's Guide
(The Library Quarterly, 2015)
Review of Start a Revolution: Stop Acting Like a Library
(Endnotes: The Journal of the New Members Round Table, 2015)
A Review of Open Access Self-Archiving Mandate Policies
(portal: Libraries and the Academy, 2012)
This article reviews the history of open access (OA) policies and examines the current status of mandate policy implementations. It finds that hundreds of policies have been proposed and adopted at various organizational ...
Change is Hard: Using Conceptual Change Theory to Promote "Research as Inquiry"
(Association of College and Research Libraries, 2018)
Making the Cut: Do Faculty Want to Be Involved in Library Database Cancellations?
(SLA Academic Division, 2011)
Because of the recent economic crisis, a number of academic libraries have faced the possibility of having to cancel database subscriptions. As a major user group of academic libraries, faculty have a history of ...
Enhancing Information Literacy Instruction with Google Drive
(Rowman & Littlefield, 2015)
By using the various tools available through Google Drive (forms, spreadsheets, presentations), librarians can increase student participation and provide more interactive instruction sessions. This chapter will profile how ...