Document Type

Book

Publication Date

Winter 2016

Keywords

instruction; information literacy; learning; teaching; instructional technologies; classroom techniques; learner development; librarian identity

Abstract

This book contains 19 essays that have been written by current LIS Students who were enrolled in the LIS4330: Library Instruction class at the University of Denver, 2016. Designed to provide a short and pithy overview of a topic that is related to instruction, education, or information literacy, each essays aims to be accessible and approachable for time-pressed librarians who may not have time to catch up.

Welcoming- The next generation of instruction librarians.pdf (137 kB)
Alison Hicks- Welcoming- The next generation of instruction librarians

Chapter 1- Librarians in Learning Management Systems- Strategies and Suggestions.pdf (173 kB)
Cyndi Landis- Librarians in Learning Management Systems- Strategies and Suggestions

Chapter 2- A Busy Librarian’s Guide to Youtube.pdf (135 kB)
Saleh Aljalahmah- A Busy Librarian’s Guide to Youtube

Chapter 3- Visual Literacy in the Classroom.pdf (153 kB)
Brittiny Tirapelle- Visual Literacy in the Classroom

Chapter 4- Really Really Ridiculously Good-Looking- Best Practices for Creating LibGuides.pdf (291 kB)
Meghan Damour- Really Really Ridiculously Good-Looking- Best Practices for Creating LibGuides

Chapter 5- How one-shot library instruction is failing transfer students.pdf (147 kB)
Chelsea Heinbach- How one-shot library instruction is failing transfer students

Chapter 6- Driving in a Parkway and Parking in a Driveway- Preparing for International Students in your Classroom.pdf (143 kB)
Joanna Stankiewicz- Driving in a Parkway and Parking in a Driveway- Preparing for International Students in your Classroom

Chapter 7- Teaching Technology to Seniors.pdf (163 kB)
Renate Robey- Teaching Technology to Seniors

Chapter 8- Visible Thinking and the Implications for Instruction Librarians.pdf (186 kB)
Meghan Ecklund- Visible Thinking and the Implications for Instruction Librarians

Chapter 9- Citation Managers on a Shoestring.pdf (145 kB)
Andrea Copland- Citation Managers on a Shoestring

Chapter 10- Connect the Dots- An Exploration of Connectivism in Theory and Practice.pdf (158 kB)
Michael Bovee- Connect the Dots- An Exploration of Connectivism in Theory and Practice

Chapter 11- Wake Up and Smell the Bias! Spreading Awareness in Library Instruction.pdf (156 kB)
Paul Worrell- Wake Up and Smell the Bias! Spreading Awareness in Library Instruction

Chapter 12- Designing Asynchronous Content.pdf (160 kB)
Kate Wimer- Designing Asynchronous Content

Chapter 13- Digital is Just Another Format- How Children’s Librarians Can Apply Traditional Strategies to New Media.pdf (178 kB)
Cortnye Rusch- Digital is Just Another Format- How Children’s Librarians Can Apply Traditional Strategies to New Media

Chapter 14- Tale Blazers- Digital Storytelling in Library Instruction.pdf (152 kB)
Joe Richard- Tale Blazers- Digital Storytelling in Library Instruction

Chapter 15- School Library Topics in Two’s.pdf (159 kB)
Kerena Burns- School Library Topics in Two’s

Chapter 16- How Intellectual Freedom Can Be Highlighted, Integrated, & Safeguarded in Modern Public Library Instruction.pdf (146 kB)
Rachel Reddick- How Intellectual Freedom Can Be Highlighted, Integrated, & Safeguarded in Modern Public Library Instruction

Chapter 17- Health Literacy in Public Libraries.pdf (150 kB)
Tiegan Ziegler- Health Literacy in Public Libraries

Chapter 18- Using Digital Resources for Student Instruction.pdf (164 kB)
Rebekah Thurston- Using Digital Resources for Student Instruction

Chapter 19- Library Burnout- Recognizing the causes and dealing with the effects.pdf (148 kB)
Kathryn Bodnar- Library Burnout- Recognizing the causes and dealing with the effects

Biographies.pdf (104 kB)
Biographies

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