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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 ...
To search or to browse: How users navigate a new interface for online library tutorials
As academic libraries create online learning objects, it is important to consider whether such resources actually reach and answer the questions of intended users. This study considers three points of inquiry for one ...
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.
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 ...