Curriculum-based library instruction : from cultivating faculty relationships to assessment / edited by Amy E. Blevins, Megan B. Inman
- Instructional roles for librarians / Jessica Cole -- Getting your foot in the door / Susan Kraat -- Introduction to learning theories / Rebecca S. Graves and Shelly R. McDavid -- Adult learning / Christine Andresen and Katy Kavanagh Webb -- Active learning / Barbara A. Gushrowski -- Introduction to instructional techniques / Rebecca S. Graves and Shelly R. McDavid -- Audience response systems / Emily Johnson -- Team-based learning / Brandi Tuttle and Adrianne Leonardelli -- Lesson study in the nursing curriculum / Bryan S. Vogh, Hans Kishel, and Eric Jennings -- Online instruction / Megan B. Inman -- Face-to-face instruction / Michele Malloy and Sarah Cantrell -- Blended librarianship / Daniel P. Gall -- Incorporating self-assessment and peer assessment into library instructional practice / Stephan J. Macaluso -- Evidence-based medecine and medical studies / Connie Schardt -- Creating a curriculum-based library instruction plan for medical students / Amy E. Blevins -- Librarians role in evidence-based medicine integration into the medical curriculum / Heather A. McEwen, Rienne Johnson, LuAnne M. Stockton, Janice M. Spalding, David M. Sperling, Lisa N. Weiss -- Reflections on involvement in a graduate nursing curriculum / Jennifer Deberg -- Strategies for building an information skills curriculum : the University of Michigan experience / Mark P. MacEachern and Whitney Townsend -- What is biomedical informatics? : An overview and case study / Carolyn Schubert -- What is information literacy? / April Cunningham and Allison Carr -- How to achieve information literacy integration / Allison Carr and April Cunningham -- A curricular approach to information literacy instruction in sociology : a case study / Adam T. Beauchamp -- Evolution of an undergraduate business information literacy class : a case study / Kimberly Bloedel -- The expanding role of information literacy in the freshman writing program at Saint Louis University : a case study / Jamie L. Emery.
- The rampant nature of technology has caused a shift in information-seeking behaviors, and current trends -- such as evidence-based medicine and information literacy -- mean that one-time instructional sessions cannot provide patrons with all the skills they need. Although it is fairly obvious that librarians should be equipped to provide this instruction, the majority of ALA-accredited programs offer only one course on library instruction; the courses are only available as electives and are often only offered once a year. Librarians need to gain their instructional experiences through real-life experiences, mentors, and of course, books like this one. Curriculum-Based Library Instruction: From Cultivating faculty Relationships to Assessment highlights the movement beyond one-shot instruction sessions, specifically focusing on situations where academic librarians have developed curriculum-based sessions and/or become involved in curriculum committees. This book describes and provides examples of librarians' roles, including semester-long or multi-session instructor, web-based course designer, problem-based learning facilitator, and curriculum committee member. Contributors explain how to carry out those roles. Sections are devoted to adult learning theory, teaching methods, developing learning objectives, and working with faculty to develop curriculum. Examples of library sessions focused on information literacy, evidence-based practice, information literacy, and biomedical informatics are also included. - Back cover.
- 9781442239135 (cloth : alk. paper)
1442239131 (cloth : alk. paper)
9781442231658 (pbk. : alk. paper)
1442231653 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Source of Acquisition:
- Purchased with funds from the Paterno Libraries Endowment (Campus College Libraries); 2014
- Endowment Note:
- Paterno Libraries Endowment (Campus College Libraries)
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