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Student Engagement and Information Literacy--eEditions e-book
Edited by Craig Gibson for ACRL
Item Number: 8400-3881
 
Publisher: ACRL
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197 pages
Year Published: 2006

Student Engagement and Information Literacy addresses information literacy in a framework inspired by higher education scholarship and dialogue as it relates to student engagement. Articles are based on what librarians and faculty know about how students learn, how different learning environments affect engagement, and how different groups on campuses can collaborate on student engagement and learning. Contributors range from administrators, faculty members, and librarians, to professional association vice-presidents.
Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction: Student Engagement and Information Literacy ……Craig Gibson
Chapter 1: The Other Dewey: John Dewey’s Democracy and Education And Information Literacy . . . James Elmborg
Chapter 2: Librarians Enhancing Student Engagement: Partners in Learning That Build Bridges . . . . ..Adrianna Kezar
Chapter 3: Becoming Educated: Service Learning as Mirror . . . Margit Watts
Chaper 4: Ways of Thinking: Doing Research and Being Information Literate . . .Randy Burke Hensley
Chapter 5: The Winds of Change: Generation Y, Student Learning, and Assessment In Higher Education . . …Patricia Davitt Maughan
Chapter 6: Engaging the Future: Meeting the Needs of NetGen…..Jo Ann Carr
Chapter 7: Discovery Projects: Contextualized Research Experiences for College Sophomores . . . Nancy Shapiro and Katherine McAdams
Chapter 8: Personally Engaged Information Literacy in General Education through Information Ecology and Fieldwork . . . . . . . Darren Cambridge
Chapter 9: Learning, Engagement, and Technology . . . . . . . Joan Lippincott

About the Editor

Craig Gibson is Associate University Librarian for Public Services at George Mason University, VA
 
 

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