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Instruction Librarians Talk about Teaching and Learning: Hunter College Libraries’ 2015 Library Instruction Day

At Hunter College Libraries, we often complain that there is rarely time available for us (those who teach) to talk about our teaching and share ideas, both best practices and biggest challenges. This spring, Sarah Ward and I began considering … Continue reading

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Intentional Informationists

Among the 2013 top twenty articles recommended by ALA Library Instruction Round Table, <http://www.ala.org/lirt/sites/ala.org.lirt/files/content/archive/2014jun.pdf> Hoffmann and Wallace’s “Intentional Informationists” is of particular interest. [See citation below] The case study depicts IL practice at California State University-Channel Islands, a young institution … Continue reading

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A recent PIL report on workplace readiness

Information literacy is an important component in a set of critical thinking skills. Or, do we all agree that information literacy is a ‘prerequisite’ in critical thinking skills? Back in April 2012, LILAC and Gale co-sponsored an event at John … Continue reading

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VALUE rubrics at LaGuardia Community College

At LaGuardia Community College, faculty are using VALUE rubrics to assess student learning.  A modified VALUE rubric for information literacy was used to assess students’ research and information literacy competency.   Work from students with 25 credits or less and from … Continue reading

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