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Information Basics for College Students

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Karen Sobel

ISBN-13: 9781598849585

148 pages • 7 x 10
 2012

Librarians have long looked for a single, comprehensive text to provide a solid introduction to the art and craft of instruction. With this book, now they have it.

Imagine this: it's your first day of library instruction. You have one hour, one academic library full of millions of resources, one classroom packed with instructional technologies, and 25 18-year-old students who want to write their research papers using only Google. Are you ready?

Information Basics for College Students provides critical information and knowledge relevant to library instructors —both for those just starting out in the field as well as experienced and seasoned pros —all in a single volume. It approaches topics directly relevant to instruction, such as preparation, assessment, teaching techniques, and communication with academic faculty. It also provides invaluable guidance for new instructors in developing personal processes by which they can continue learning, such as strategies for evaluating new classroom technologies and recommended national organizations for library instructors. The book also details the various roles that library instructors can play in campus planning and governance —activities that can be instrumental to career growth and advancement.

Information Basics for College Students is essential reading for academic library instructors as well as those who are training to provide academic library instruction. Academic faculty and teachers interested in development of research skills at the college level will also benefit from selected sections of this book.

Sku: 9781598849585

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