Teaching Literary Research: Challenges in a Changing Environment (ACRL Publications in Librarianship #60)--eEditions e-book

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  • About the Authors

Introduction
Teaching Literary Research
Kathleen A. Johnson and Steven R. Harris

Part One: Students, Literature, and Information Literacy

Chapter 1: Information Literacy as Situated Literacy
Van E. Hillard

Chapter 2: "I Couldn't Find an Article That Answered My Question": Teaching the Construction of Meaning in Undergraduate Literary Research
John C. Bean and Nalini Iyer

Chapter 3: Literary Eavesdropping and the Socially Graceful Critic
Kate Koppelman

Chapter 4: The Printing Press and the Web: Modernists Teaching Postmodernists
Elizabeth M. Williams

Part Two: Literary Situations

Chapter 5: Researching Southwestern Literature: Challenges and Strategies
Kate Manuel

Chapter 6: Literary Research in a Bilingual Environment: Information Literacy as a Language-Learning Tool
Miriam Laskin and José Díaz

Chapter 7: Ways of Knowing: Integrating Folklore Studies, Composition and Information Literacy through a Learning Community
Vickery Lebbin and Kristin McAndrews

Chapter 8: The Changing Nature of the Book: Literary Research, Cultural Studies, and the Digital Age
Austin Booth and Laura Taddeo

Part Three: Literary Librarians

Chapter 9: Through the Eyes of Picasso: Literary Research from the Best of Both Worlds
Meg Meiman

Chapter 10: Libraries, Librarians, and the Resources of Literary Study
William A. Wortman

Chapter 11: Librarians Influencing the (Literature) Core Curriculum
Sheril J. Hook and Verónica Reyes-Escudero

Chapter 12: Training Librarians for Teaching Literary Research Methods
Helene C. Williams

Chapter 13: Work in Progress: An Assessment of the Literature of Literary Research Instruction, 1978-2003
Daniel Coffey

Chapter 14: Work in Progress: An Assessment of the Literature of Literary Research Instruction, 2002-2008
Kathleen A. Johnson

Appendix:
Research Competency Guidelines for Literatures in English, June 2007

Contributors

Index

Introduction
Teaching Literary Research
Kathleen A. Johnson and Steven R. Harris

Part One: Students, Literature, and Information Literacy

Chapter 1: Information Literacy as Situated Literacy
Van E. Hillard

Chapter 2: "I Couldn't Find an Article That Answered My Question": Teaching the Construction of Meaning in Undergraduate Literary Research
John C. Bean and Nalini Iyer

Chapter 3: Literary Eavesdropping and the Socially Graceful Critic
Kate Koppelman

Chapter 4: The Printing Press and the Web: Modernists Teaching Postmodernists
Elizabeth M. Williams

Part Two: Literary Situations

Chapter 5: Researching Southwestern Literature: Challenges and Strategies
Kate Manuel

Chapter 6: Literary Research in a Bilingual Environment: Information Literacy as a Language-Learning Tool
Miriam Laskin and José Díaz

Chapter 7: Ways of Knowing: Integrating Folklore Studies, Composition and Information Literacy through a Learning Community
Vickery Lebbin and Kristin McAndrews

Chapter 8: The Changing Nature of the Book: Literary Research, Cultural Studies, and the Digital Age
Austin Booth and Laura Taddeo

Part Three: Literary Librarians

Chapter 9: Through the Eyes of Picasso: Literary Research from the Best of Both Worlds
Meg Meiman

Chapter 10: Libraries, Librarians, and the Resources of Literary Study
William A. Wortman

Chapter 11: Librarians Influencing the (Literature) Core Curriculum
Sheril J. Hook and Verónica Reyes-Escudero

Chapter 12: Training Librarians for Teaching Literary Research Methods
Helene C. Williams

Chapter 13: Work in Progress: An Assessment of the Literature of Literary Research Instruction, 1978-2003
Daniel Coffey

Chapter 14: Work in Progress: An Assessment of the Literature of Literary Research Instruction, 2002-2008
Kathleen A. Johnson

Appendix:
Research Competency Guidelines for Literatures in English, June 2007

Contributors

Index

Kathleen A. Johnson

Kathleen A. Johnson is Professor of Libraries, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (NE).

Steven R. Harris

Steven R. Harris is Director of Collections and Acquisitions Services, University of New Mexico Libraries (NM).