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Author Ippoliti, Cinthya M., author

Title User-centered design for first-year library instruction programs / Cinthya M. Ippoliti and Rachel W. Gammons ; foreword by Joan Kaplowitz
Published Santa Barbara, California : Libraries Unlimited, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, [2017]
©2017
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Description 1 online resource (186 pages) : illustrations
Contents Part I: Design -- Curriculum. Case Studies. A general education mandate inspires new information literary strategy / Susan M. Anderson and Beth Boatright ; Strategies and tools for academic research : using the STAR project to build curricular coherence / Danielle Rowland ; Reframing freshmen orientation to include an information literacy component / Jeremiah Paschke-Wood -- Assessment. Case Studies. Rethinking indirect measurement as a means of student assessment / Todd J. Wiebe ; Implementing a sustainable, long-term student learning assessment program / Leslie Hurst and Jackie Belanger -- Part II: Implementation -- Teaching. Case Studies. Designing a user-centered instruction program / Elizabeth German and Stephanie Graves ; Technology tools, tips, and tricks : implementing a staff training program at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Libraries / Doug Diesenhaus ; No-shot instruction alternatives to "library day" for first-year composition students / Don LaPlant -- Outreach. Case Sudies. Bridging the gap from non-credit to credit : outreach to ESL students at a California community college / Nancy A. Persons ; Undergraduate library research award workshops / Matt Upson and Tim O'Neil ; Library instruction from sage on the stage to guide on the side / Matthew M. Bejune and Sam O'Connell ; Quest 4 the best--using food to bring outreach programming to residence halls / Emily P. Frank -- Part III: Administration -- Staffing. Case Studies. "Rowing the big boat together" : mixed staffing arrangements for large instruction programs, a UNLV case study / Greg Carr ; "Where is the library?" : establishing traditional library services with an invisible (virtual) collection / Rebecca Rose -- Spaces. Case Studies. No walls? (Almost) no problem : an open classroom experiment / Lauren Goode and Paul Showalter
Summary "In recent years, educators have begun to realize the importance of learner-centered programs as pivotal in the academic success of students transitioning from high school to college. This practical guide provides you with detailed plans for designing user-centered literacy and library instruction in your higher education institution--regardless of size. The handbook covers a vast range of learning situations, technologies, and assessment strategies to suit most any environment. Written by seasoned information literacy and instruction librarians, this book addresses the challenges frequently encountered in library-based programs, including staffing deficits, faculty support, effective advocacy of program to campus constituents, and professional burn-out. Real-life examples from a variety of institutions illustrate successful methods for handling spacing, programming, curriculum design, outreach, training, and assessment, among other areas. Included worksheets, handouts, and further readings give you everything you need to create, grow, and sustain a user-based library instruction program"--Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Information literacy -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Form Electronic book
Author Gammons, Rachel W., author
Kaplowitz, Joan R., writer of foreword
ISBN 1440838534 (electronic book)
9781440838538 (electronic book)
(paperback ;) (alkaline paper)
(paperback ;) (alkaline paper)