This category is for sites that discuss the provision of instructional services to the users of physical and virtual libraries. Sites may include tutorials, virtual tours, instruction programs, teaching tips and techniques, handouts, teaching styles and sample lesson plans.
Article discusses the experiences of a business librarian and business faculty member who team-taught a course in business research. It covers some of the content and applications of that material in developing students' knowledge and skills in Information Literacy, and includes a limited list of search engines used and a short list of the required outside readings.
Article which looks at ways librarians can get faculty to library use workshops.
Strategies and resources for teaching students to evaluate Web resources are described here.
National organization advocating library user education issues. Includes information on related conferences and workshops, the LOEX newsletter, and best practices in bibliographic instruction.
Article analyzing the use of active learning in libraries as it relates in media tools.
Bibliography of resources useful in creating library instruction spaces.
Sources recommended by a librarian whose research specialty is library instruction.
Encyclopedia article on the library instruction movement. Includes information on history and leaders.
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