Now showing items 1-10 of 12
A Massively Flipped Class-Designing and implementing active learning information literacy instruction for a large enrollment course
Purpose This paper describes and analyzes how one-shot library instruction sessions for large lecture classes can effectively be “flipped” and can incorporate active learning activities as part of both the online and the ...
Beyond the Web Tutorial: Development and Implementation of an Online, Self-Directed Academic Integrity Course at Oakland University
Intentional and unintentional plagiarism cases occur frequently and present unique pedagogical challenges for librarians, who often are deemed responsible for ensuring that undergraduates gain a solid understanding of ...
Business information literacy teaching at different academic levels: An exploration of skills and implications for instructional design
(Journal of Information Literacy, 2012)
This study investigates the difference among students' discipline-specific information literacy (IL) skills by studying first-year and final-year undergraduate business students. An online IL tutorial was designed and ...
Developing Information Literacy Instruction for Honors Students at Oakland University: An Information Consulting Approach
(The Haworth Information Press, 2007)
Entering the university setting can be daunting for even the brightest of students, given the increased coursework and research expected of them as compared to high school. To support these significant research needs and ...
Caught in the web: The impact of library instruction on business students' perceptions and use of print and online resources
(ACRL Publications, 2003-01)
Many business students rely heavily on the Web for research, in part because of their unfamiliarity with the breadth of their library’s business resources (online and in print). This study sought to determine whether library ...
Strategies for Staying Sane While Providing Research Support and Instruction in High Enrollment or Research-Intensive Programs
Managing the duties of an academic liaison librarian can be a challenge, especially when the liaison departments have high student enrollments. Two librarians from separate comprehensive Michigan universities assigned to ...
Using Library Standards to Inform Common Core Instruction
(Information Today, Inc., 2014)
This chapter analyzes the Standards through lens of the ACRL standards and the AASL standards. Authors share what teachers and administrators can learn from how these library standards have already been assessed for assessing ...
STEM Chalk Talks (Reference Group Meetings Fall 2017)
These presentations were given during the Fall 2017 Reference Group meetings. The accompanying article is under review in Science & Technology Libraries.
Designing for engagement: Using the ADDIE model to integrate high-impact practices into an online information literacy course
In this article, the authors share how a team of librarians used the ADDIE instructional design model to incorporate best practices in teaching and learning into an online, fourcredit information literacy course. In this ...
The MAGIC of Web Tutorials: How one library (re)focused its delivery of online learning objects on users
(Taylor and Francis, 2013-11-20)
Oakland University (OU) Libraries undertook an assessment of how to leverage its resources to make online tutorials more focused on users’ needs. A multi-part assessment process reconsidered web tutorials offerings through ...