Saturday, December 26, 2015

Recent articles: engineering students, tutorials, reference chat, collaboration, assessment

The last 2015 issue of the Journal of academic librarianship (volume 41 no. 6; this is a priced publication) includes
- Comparison of Native Chinese-speaking and Native English-speaking Engineering Students' Information Literacy Challenges (Pages 712-724) Jennifer Congyan Zhao, Tara Mawhinney
- A Survey of Online Library Tutorials: Guiding Instructional Video Creation to Use in Flipped Classrooms (Pages 751-757) Alexandra Obradovich, Robin Canuel, Eamon P. Duffy
- Standing By to Help: Transforming Online Reference with a Proactive Chat System (Pages 764-770) Jan H. Kemp, Carolyn L. Ellis, Krisellen Maloney
- Equipping Academic Librarians to Integrate the Framework into Instructional Practices: A Theoretical Application (Pages 771-776) Amanda Nichols Hess
- Developing Information Literate Librarians: A Study of LIS Academics Pedagogical Approaches in the Development of Information Literacy Competencies (Pages 777-785) Maryam Derakhshan, Mohammad Hassanzadeh, Maryam Nazari
- Faculty and Librarians' Partnership: Designing a New Framework to Develop Information Fluent Future Doctors (Pages 821-838) Rachid Bendriss, Reya Saliba, Sally Birch
- Professional Development for Assessment: Lessons from Reflective Practice (Pages 850-852) Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe
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Photo by Sheila Webber: door wreaths of Lewes series, December 2015

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