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  • Tags: Library instruction

Integrating Immersive Experiences to Instruction through BreakoutEDU: Lessons Learned

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This study employed an escape room motif to engage students to use information literacy course material to solve puzzles. Students practiced research techniques in a classroom environment that bypassed their expectations of traditional course…

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Understanding Data Literacy Requirements for Assignments: A Business School Syllabus Study

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"Syllabus studies have been used to inform librarians’ work in collection development, instruction and information literacy. Syllabi also provide an opportunity to understand course requirements for data literacy. In this study, syllabi from Eastern…

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Academic Libraries’ Support of Student Learning through Designing a Library-based Research Information Literacy Course

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This poster illustrates the process of designing a credit information literacy course as a viable alternative to the traditional one-shot library instruction mode. The poster showcases the significance of building a semester-long information literacy…

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The English Conversation Group for International Students

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The English Conversation Group (ECG) at the Leddy Library has been offering virtual sessions for the first time in the program’s history since the Fall 2020 semester during COVID-19 pandemic. Using virtual teaching technology, the ECG is trying to…

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If You Build It, They will Use It: Creating Effective Course-level Library Guides

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Bridging resources and users is one of the core responsibilities for a subject librarian in an academic library. A library research guide, which typically presents related resources and finding aids, is a straight way to link resources and users.…

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The Effectiveness of a University’s Single-Session Information Literacy Instruction

Purpose – The purpose of this paper it to determine the effectiveness of “single‐session” information literacy instruction as it was integrated into the curriculum of a general education course at Monmouth University, New Jersey.

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Information literacy online tutorials: An introduction to rationale and technological tools in tutorial creation

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to provide the findings of a survey of current technologies used in creating information literacy online tutorials in academic libraries. It also aims to inform readers of the technological tools available to…

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Online tutorial for SciFinder for organic chemistry classes

An online tutorial for SciFinder, the premier database for searching the chemical literature, was created by a team consisting of the science librarian, the systems librarian, and a chemistry professor at Rider University using Adobe Captivate 4…

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Faculty-librarian collaboration in improving information literacy skills of educational opportunity program students

This study aims to examine the instruction of basic information literacy (IL) skills taught to the socio‐economically disadvantaged students in the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) at Rider University in summer 2011. The study set out to…

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Promoting and teaching information literacy on the Internet: Surveying the websites of 264 academic libraries in North America

A survey was conducted between July and November 2012 to determine how academic libraries in the United States and Canada marketed and delivered information literacy on the Web. A random sample of 264 institutions was taken from Peterson's Four-Year…

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