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Information Literacy Instruction: The First Five Minutes of Class
(LOEX Quarterly, DigitalCommons@EMU, 2004)
Undergraduate students often bring negative attitudes and problematic preconceived notions to library instruction sessions. In the first five minutes of class, it is important that librarian teachers address these obstacles ...
Courseware and library services: Bridging the gap for distance students
(Library Hi Tech, 2007)
The purpose of this paper is to model a practical solution to the lack of library modules within commercial courseware. There are many different programming languages and models librarians can use to implement similar ...
Information literacy in pre-service teacher education: An annotated bibliography
(Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 2003)
This annotated bibliography presents a review of articles published on the topic of information literacy in teacher education since the late 1980s. Many of the articles outline concerns about pre-service teachers who ...
Instructional Outreach Across the Curriculum: Enhancing the Liaison Role at a Research University
(The Reference Librarian, 2004)
Over the past decade, there has been a steady rise in interest among academic librarians in the idea of outreach. Outreach from the academic library can take many forms, but it is often built around a commitment to ...
The Library at the Center of the Web: Information Literacy across the Curriculum in an Age of Connectivity and Chaos
"Web" is identified with both the World Wide Web and the broader web of culture and fields of knowledge. The library is where all disciplines converge and is by its nature a force of order in the face of anarchical trends. ...