Student learning in the information age, Part 2

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American Council on Education/Oryx Press, 1998 - Education - 173 pages
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The author offers an in-depth examination of resource-based learning as an important new paradigm for higher education. This concept shifts the focus from teaching to learning by requiring students to select their own learning materials from a wide range of real world information resources. A resource-based approach helps students assume more responsibility for their own learning. It also creates a strong partnership between faculty members and campus librarians. Breivik highlights examples of colleges and universities that are already using this approach successfully and offers a framework to help educators create their own resource-based learning programs. This work will be of significant interest to academic leaders, faculty, and campus information providers.

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I was impressed by Breivik's stunning "predictions." While reading, I found myself repeatedly thinking: "What do you mean this is probably what will happen? It has happened!" I would then remember ... Read full review

Contents

ResourceBased Learning
22
Successful Information Literacy Programs
34
DisciplineSpecific Models
57
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About the author (1998)

PATRICIA SENN BREIVIK is dean of university libraries at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.