Category Archives: Information Literacy

Research guides

I like the idea that librarians are in the business of curating content for their patrons. It can be overwhelming to start a research project and be faced with endless amounts of information and resources. That’s where research guides come

Research guides

I like the idea that librarians are in the business of curating content for their patrons. It can be overwhelming to start a research project and be faced with endless amounts of information and resources. That’s where research guides come

The Flipped Classroom Model in Academic Libraries

Academic instruction librarians are met with a challenge: teach students how to navigate the library and its resources AND be information literate citizens, all in a 45-90 minute session. So how can we make the most of that time? Through

The Flipped Classroom Model in Academic Libraries

Academic instruction librarians are met with a challenge: teach students how to navigate the library and its resources AND be information literate citizens, all in a 45-90 minute session. So how can we make the most of that time? Through

Mapping the Dewey Decimal System

During the Spring 2013 semester I created several class projects that focused on the role of technology in participatory learning. One such project was the creation of a literary map. Joan Markey and I used Google Maps to create a

Mapping the Dewey Decimal System

During the Spring 2013 semester I created several class projects that focused on the role of technology in participatory learning. One such project was the creation of a literary map. Joan Markey and I used Google Maps to create a