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Embedded Librarians : Moving Beyond One-Shot Instruction
Contributor:Kvenild, Cassandra; Calkins, Kaijsa
Visual Arts in the Academic Library
This chapter discusses a variety of ways that academic librarians can partner with both student and professional visual artists to encourage and support artwork in the library. Included are tips on purchasing student art, ...
Best of the Literature : Graduate Student Instruction
Serving the Needs of Performing Arts Students : A Case Study
The intent of this case study was to gain insight into the information needs and research behaviors of upper-division performing arts students, and how to best address those needs. This article presents findings from focus ...
Engagement and Assessment in a Credit-Bearing Information Literacy Course
Contributor:Mayer, Jennifer; Bowles-Terry, Melissa
Purpose – The authors teach a three-credit, upper-division, information literacy (IL) course to students in various majors. The purpose of this paper is to share the various philosophies and activities the authors use to ...
Library Instruction and Academic Success : A mixed-methods assessment of a library instruction program
Objectives – This study examines the connection between student academic success and information literacy instruction. Locally, it allowed librarians to ascertain the institution's saturation rate for information literacy ...
PICO de Gallo : Spicing up evidence-based nursing research
Contributor:Kvenild, Cassandra; Garcia, Jenny
Review of the book "Encyclopedia of Terrorism"
Contributor:Nelson, Michael L
Visual Literacy across the Disciplines
Visual literacy is a crucial skill for today's university students and faculty. Thus, it is essential for academic librarians to have an understanding of basic issues surrounding use and discovery of images. This chapter ...
Interpreting the Frameworks : Faculty Constructions of Research and the Researching Student
Contributor:Fisher, Rick R.; Calkins, Kaijsa