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A Human Library with a Side of Critical Thinking: Considering Oral Narratives and Scholarly ArticlesDownload
Chapter in: Morris, Sarah E, editor. The Critical Thinking About Sources Cookbook. Association of College and Research Libraries, 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the harmful effects of misinformation and disinformation, from issues around mask-wearing and physical distancing to vaccine hesitancy. Many academic librarians teach library users how to evaluate information. Checklists such as the CRAAP test continue to be...
Indicators of Truly Epic Post-ness: Information Literacy, Authority, and the Contemporary Political Podcasting EcosystemDownload
This presentation explores the contemporary conspiracist phenomenon QAnon as a distinct problem for Information Literacy (IL), and, in particular, for LIS' understanding of authority. After surveying issues with IL's history dating back to its emergence as a concept in the work of Paul G....
Shaking up story time A case for shaping the nature of information literacy instruction in public and school libraries through philosophyDownload
While the Philosophy for Children (P4C) method has been adopted within classrooms by individual teachers and into some school systems by schoolboards, public and school libraries, the ideal users of this sort of programming, have been slow to recognise the benefits of this didactic methodology....
The most successful library teaching strategies for post-secondary business programs have yet to be determined. The aim of this systematic review is to investigate the effectiveness of library instruction (with a focus on pedagogy) in business undergraduate and graduate programs. The researchers...