Information Literacy Instruction Handbook--eEditions e-book

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$31.00
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Item Number: 
8400-9638
Published: 
2008
Publisher: 
ACRL
Pages: 
236
Format: 
eBook
  • Description
  • Table of Contents
  • About the Authors

Introduction
Christopher N. Cox and Elizabeth Blakesley Lindsay
Chapter 1: History of Information Literacy
Craig Gibson
Chapter 2: The Psychology of Learning: Connecting Theory to Practice
Joan Kaplowitz
Chapter 3: Teaching
Susan Barnes Whyte
Alexis Smith Macklin
Carla List-Handley
Trudi E. Jacobson
Chapter 4: Collaboration
Hannelore B. Rader
Chapter 5: Curriculum Issues in Information Literacy Instruction
Barbara Fister
Thomas W. Eland
Chapter 6: Program Management
Mary C. MacDonald
Chapter 7: Leadership
Karen Williams
Chapter 8: Student Academic Integrity
Lynn D. Lampert
Chapter 9: Instruction & Program Design through Assessment
Debra Gilchrist and Anne Zald
Chapter 10: Diversity
Lori S. Mestre
Chapter 11: Instructional Technologies
Steven J. Bell, John D. Shank and Greg Szczyrbak
Chapter 12: Future of Information Literacy
Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe

Introduction
Christopher N. Cox and Elizabeth Blakesley Lindsay
Chapter 1: History of Information Literacy
Craig Gibson
Chapter 2: The Psychology of Learning: Connecting Theory to Practice
Joan Kaplowitz
Chapter 3: Teaching
Susan Barnes Whyte
Alexis Smith Macklin
Carla List-Handley
Trudi E. Jacobson
Chapter 4: Collaboration
Hannelore B. Rader
Chapter 5: Curriculum Issues in Information Literacy Instruction
Barbara Fister
Thomas W. Eland
Chapter 6: Program Management
Mary C. MacDonald
Chapter 7: Leadership
Karen Williams
Chapter 8: Student Academic Integrity
Lynn D. Lampert
Chapter 9: Instruction & Program Design through Assessment
Debra Gilchrist and Anne Zald
Chapter 10: Diversity
Lori S. Mestre
Chapter 11: Instructional Technologies
Steven J. Bell, John D. Shank and Greg Szczyrbak
Chapter 12: Future of Information Literacy
Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe

Christopher N. Cox

Christopher N. Cox is the Assistant Director of Libraries. University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire.

Elizabeth Blakesley Lindsay

Elizabeth Blakesley Lindsay is Assistant Dean of Libraries for Public Services and Outreach, Washington State University Libraries.

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