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Not just where to click : teaching students how to think about information
Not just where to click : teaching students how to think about information
Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2015.
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v, 429 pages ; 23 cm.
Theories of knowledge in library and information science / Lane Wilkinson -- Beyond tools and skills : putting information back into information literacy / Beth McDonough -- Librarianspeak : metaphors that reflect (and shape) the ethos and practice of academic librarianship / MaryBeth Meszaros and Alison M. Lewis -- The social life of knowledge : faculty epistemologies / Barbara Fister -- Generation Z : information facts and fictions / Ashley Cole, Trenia Napier, and Brad Marcum -- Search epistemology : teaching students about information discovery / Andrew D. Asher -- Studying sources : truth, method, and teaching bibliography / Patricia Brown -- Towards an assumption responsive information literacy curriculum : lessons from student qualitative data / Rob Morrison and Deana Greenfield -- Expertise and authority in an age of crowdsourcing / William B. Badke -- Knowledge societies : learning for a diverse world / Alison Hicks -- Student author(ity) : engaging students in scholarship / Brian W. Young and Daniel Von Holten -- From counting sources to sources that count : reframing authority and accountability in first-year composition / Nicole Walls and Amy Pajewski -- Through a mirror darkly : a postmodern approach to teaching expertise, authority, and bias / Stephen A. Sanders -- Librarians and students : making the connections / Julie Obst and Joe Eshleman -- Fragmented stories : uncovering news bias through information literacy instruction / Willie Miller -- Logical fallacies and sleight of mind : rhetorical analysis as a tool for teaching critical thinking / Jessica Critten, Anne C. Barnhart, and Craig Schroer -- Scholarly storytelling : using stories as a roadmap to authentic and creative library research / Rebecca Halpern and Lisa Lepore -- Doing it yourself : special collections as a springboard for personal, critical approaches to information / Lucy Mulroney and Patrick Williams -- Witnessing the world : journalism, skepticism, and information literacy / Laura Saunders.
"In a collection of scholarly essays, this volume examines how academic libraries assess liaison activities and offers recommendations for documenting the impact of programs and services. Individual chapters address liaison activities relating to collection development, library instruction, research services, engagement and outreach, as well as online, blended and other learning environments."--Back cover.
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