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This poster [with handout, see \"attached,\" above] presents results from a collaboration between librarians and students in two visual communications design (VCD) courses. This collaboration first produced awareness campaign materials for the University’s 2014 Open Access Week celebrations, with...
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...
Those concerned with teaching and learning in higher education and the Net generation’s perspectives on and uses of technology must address calls to move beyond the digital native debate (Bennett & Maton, 2010; Kennedy, Judd, Dalgarno, & Waycott, 2010) by asking students directly what they see as...
Research is a verb: Exploring a new information literacy-embedded undergraduate research methods courseDownload
This paper introduces a potential solution to widespread and longstanding concerns about undergraduates’ research, writing, and critical thinking skills: a new activity-based, discipline-specific research methods course. This paper details the course's design and explores the course's...