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Teaching resources from LIRT

Monday, September 28, 2009

At this year’s ALA conference in Chicago, The Library Instruction Round Table gave a program entitled “Preparing yourself to teach: touching all the bases.” As part of this presentation, the LIRT Research Committee compiled a bibliography of articles on teaching information literacy. Hoping that COIL members will find helpful and enlightening, I’m posting the bibliography (with permission of the LIRT Research Committee):

  • Allen, M. (2008). Promoting critical thinking skills in online information literacy instruction using a constructivist approach. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 15(1/2), 21-38.
  • Antonelli, M., Kempe, J., & Sidberry, G. And now for something completely different … Theatrical techniques for library instruction. Research Strategies, 17(2-3), 177-185.
  • Badke, W. (2009). Ramping up the one-shot. Online, 33(2), 47-49.
  • Cifuentes, L., & Ozel, S. (2006). Resources for attending to the needs of multicultural learners. Knowledge Quest, 35(2), 14-21.
  • Dalrymple, C. (2002). Perceptions and practices of learning styles in library instruction. College & Research Libraries, 63(3), 261.
  • Downey, A., Ramin, L., & Byerly, G. (2008). Simple ways to add active learning to your library instruction. (cover story). Texas Library Journal, 84(2), 52-54.
  • Ellis, E. L., & Whatley, K. M. (2008). The evolution of critical thinking skills in library instruction, 1986-2006: A selected and annotated bibliography and review of selected programs. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 15(1/2), 5-20.
  • Franklin, P., & Stephens, C. G. (2008). Lesson planning: The ticket to successful teaching. School Library Media Activities Monthly, 25(1), 45-46.
  • Goebel, N., & Peacock, J. (2009). Evaluation is the answer: Who, what when where, why and how are the questions. Feliciter, 55(3), 95-97.
  • Grassian, E. S., & Kaplowitz, J. R. (2001). Information literacy instruction : Theory and practice. New York: Neal-Schuman.
  • Hensley, R. B., Arp, L., & Woodard, B. S. (2004). Curiosity and creativity as attributes of information literacy. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 44(1), 31-36.
  • Houlson, V. (2007). Getting results from one-shot instruction: A workshop for first-year students. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 14(1), 89-108.
  • Jacobson, T., & Xu, L. (2004). Motivating students in information literacy classes. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers.
  • Kenney, B. F. (2008). Revitalizing the one-shot instruction session using problem-based learning. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 47(4), 386-391.
  • Munro, K. (2006). Modified problem-based library instruction: A simple, reusable instruction design. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 13(3), 53-61.
  • Samson, S. U. E. (2008). Gather data, build programs, strengthen teaching. PNLA Quarterly, 73(1), 10-15.
  • Saulnier, B. M., Landry, J. P., Longenecker, J. H. E., & Wagner, T. A. (2008). From teaching to learning: Learner-centered teaching and assessment in information systems education. Journal of Information Systems Education, 19(2), 169-174.
  • Vander Meer, P. F., Ring, D. M., & Perez-Stable, M. A. (2007). Engaging the masses: Library instruction with large undergraduate classes. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 14(1), 39-56.
  • Walker, B. E. (2006). Using humor in library instruction. Reference Services Review, 34(1), 117-128.
  • Whyte, S. B., Macklin, A. S., List-Handley, C., & Jacobson, T. (2008). In Information literacy instruction handbook. C. N. Cox & E. B. Lindsay (Eds.), (pp. 431-444). Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.
  • Willis, C. N., & Thomas, W. J. (2006). Students as audience: Identity and information literacy instruction. portal: Libraries & the Academy, 6(4), 431-444.
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