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Effective Methods for Teaching Information Literacy Skills to Undergraduate Students: A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisDownload
Objective ‐ The objective of this systematic review was to assess which library instruction methods are most effective for improving the information skills of students at an introductory, undergraduate level, using cognitive outcomes (measuring changes in knowledge). The study sought to address...
Insights from the performing arts for information professionals who teach
This presentation critiques the discourse of teacher-as-entertainer and examines five elements from the performing arts that can provide meaningful insights for information professionals who teach: physicality, defining the situation, extemporizing, scripts, and acting.