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Skills That Transfer: Transliteracy and the Global Librarian (ACRL/NY 2011 Symposium)

Philosopher and librarian Lane Wilkinson was in town last week to present his thoughts on transliteracy at the ACRL/NY symposium.   Winkinson is on a mission to persuade us to teach students more transferable skills.  Students need transferable skills he argues, so as to be able to move more easily among diverse resources and interfaces.  We should teach not just how to search a database, but how that database works.  He encourages us to embrace three principles in designing our teaching practice:  (more…)


  1. Inside the Library Classroom
  2. Working with Faculty (in the disciplines)
  3. Further Reading
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