Information Literacy Programs: Successes and Challenges
Explore the vital links between technology and lifelong learning!
Get the real-life perspective of professionals at the intersection of old ways and new technology in this book written by and for librarians. Information Literacy Programs: Successes and Challenges provides you with the different viewpoints of librarians who have taken varying paths in their information literacy programs. You'll learn about the roles of Web-based collaboration, teamwork with academic and administrative colleagues, evidence-based librarianship, and active learning strategies in library instruction programs. Information Literacy Programs can help you refresh your own teaching while opening your eyes to the many possible approaches to information literacy.
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This volume, published simultaneously as the Journal of Library Administration (Vol. 36, Nos. 1/2), features 12 papers, most written by academic instruction librarians, addressing issues related to ... Read full review
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