Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Distance Library Services & information literacy education

Full text proceedings of the Distance Library Services conference are available, going many years back. These include numerous papers about information literacy e.g. from the 2018 conference in San Antonio, Texas:
An, Angie & Stephanie Quail: Building BRYT: A Case Study in Developing an Online Toolkit to Promote Business Information Literacy in Higher Education
Cano, Andrew J. Working Out the Bugs: Piloting Library Instruction in an Online Entomology Graduate Program
Faulk, Nick. Bringing Scale and Structure to the Online Information Literacy Program
Gorman, Emily F. & Catherine Staley Mortal or Moodle? A Comparison of In=Person vs. Online Information Literacy Instruction
Haber, Natalie, Steven Shelton, & William Chassaing UX and Your Library: A Scalable Model
Homol, Lindley Two Thousand Students, One Librarian: Balancing Depth and Breadth of Library
Instruction for Online Graduate Students
Marineo, Francesca & Qingmin Shi Supporting Student Success in the First-Year Experience: Library Instruction in the Learning Management System
Tardiff, Anthony: 400 Years Old and Still Cutting Edge: Applying Ignatian Pedagogy to an Online Orientation
Tumbleson, Beth, John Burke, & Jessica Long: Assessment, Analytics, and Analysis: Demonstrating the Impact of LMS Embedded Librarians on Student Learning
Zakharov, Wei & Clarence Maybee: Bridging the Gap: Information Literacy and Learning in Online Undergraduate Courses
Ziegler, Amanda: “I wanna be in the room where it happens…”: Using Curriculum Mapping to Support the Information Literacy Goals of Online Program
The new database of all years is here or the complete 2018 proceedings is at https://libguides.cmich.edu/ld.php?content_id=47741322
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