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From paper to pixels: Using Google Forms for collaboration and assessment
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to discuss the use of Google Forms in the university library instruction classroom. Librarians at the Richard J. Daley Library at the University of Illinois at Chicago began using ...
Navigating Roadblocks: First-Year Writing Challenges through the Lens of the ACRL Framework
Effectively integrating the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy into existing instructional models requires that librarians first understand the host of challenges that many first-year students encounter when conducting ...
“I Felt Like Such a Freshman”: First-Year Students Crossing the Library Threshold
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016-01)
Qualitative analysis of reflective essays by first-year students in an academic skills course documented outcomes related to the Association of College and Research Libraries Framework for Information Literacy for Higher ...
Enriching caring pedagogy through faculty-librarian partnerships
(International Journal for Human Caring, 2015)
Nursing faculty at Notre Dame of Maryland University and librarians at Loyola/Notre Dame Library have partnered to strengthen the caring science curriculum through the incorporation of information literacy instruction in ...
Survey of modern language research guides: A window on disciplinary information literacy
Purpose – This study uses research guides as a window onto disciplinary information literacy in the field of modern language studies from the point of view of librarians. Informed by literature on disciplinary research ...
In Their Own Words: Using First-Year Student Research Journals to Guide Information Literacy Instruction
(John Hopkins University Press, 2018)
This action research study explores first-year students’ conceptions of the research process, with a focus on which aspects students find most challenging and how these views can guide stakeholders in developing curricular ...