Monday, July 29, 2019

Recent articles: Rubric for syllabus analysis; games to teach IL; School/Uni partnership; Students' everyday info seeking; digital literacy

The latest issue of priced publication Reference Services Review is Volume 47 Issue 2. It includes
- Revealing instruction opportunities: a framework-based rubric for syllabus analysis by Melissa Beuoy, Katherine Boss ("The purpose of this paper was to develop a rubric based on the ACRL framework to analyze departmental syllabi")
- Chat reference: evaluating customer service and IL instruction by Julie Hunter, Samantha Kannegiser, Jessica Kiebler, Dina Meky
- The power of partnerships by Christy Groves (partnership between a university in the USA and a local school)
- Commercial tabletop games to teach information literacy by Carl O. DiNardo, Mary J. Snyder Broussard
- Development of a framework for digital literacy by Julia Feerrar
- On their own terms by Elizabeth Kocevar-Weidinger, Emily Cox, Mark Lenker, Tatiana Pashkova-Balkenhol, Virginia Kinman (research investigating how first-year students conduct everyday life research)
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Photo by Sheila Webber: Sunset, Sydney Harbour Bridge, July 2019

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