Monday, September 06, 2021

Articles: scavenger hunts; chemistry; government documents in open education

I've some catching up to do with issues of the Journal of Academic Librarianship, and I'll start with Volume 47 issue 3 (May 2021) which includes the following (priced publication - though one article, marked below, is open access):
- Scavenging for evidence: A systematic review of scavenger hunts in academic libraries by Rachel Keiko Stark, Eugenia Opuda, Jenessa McElfresh, Kelli Kauffroath (open access) (finishes with some recommendations for future research - though the authors do seem to be assuming that quantataive methods are the best, and they don't mention the absence in many articles of a detailed description of the learning design and pedagogic approach. Nevertheless, this article is very useful in summarising and critiquing this approach.)
- Seizing the opportunity: Collaborative creation of academic integrity and information literacy LMS modules for undergraduate Chemistry by Arielle Lomness, Sajni Lacey, Amanda Brobbel, Tamara Freeman
- A process of engagement: Using government documents in open pedagogy by Stephanie Hallam, Pat Willingham, Kris Baranovic
Photo by Sheila Webber: Greenwich Park flower bed, late July 2021

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