Information Literacy Collaborations that Work
Trudi Jacobson, Thomas P. Mackey
Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2007 - Computers - 264 pages
Offers models and advice from librarians and their collaborating faculty partners. This work explores working with students; partnering with humanities, social sciences, and physical sciences instructors; integrating instruction into first-year writing and research projects; and utilizing Web, video, and other technologies.
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