Tag Archives: instruction

The Framework: Love It or Hate It?

What’s it like to live in a post-Standards world? Do you love or hate the new Framework  (sorry, we’re capitalizing on Valentine’s Day)? In January, the CJCLS listserv had a lively conversation regarding the “Framework for Information Literacy for Higher … Continue reading

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Inclusive Learning Resources: GADP & TILE

In the last post on the CJCLS blog, “Instruction for Diverse Populations Bibliography,” I mentioned that several of us in the ACRL Instruction Section Instruction for Diverse Populations Committee attended the National Diversity in Libraries Conference that was held at … Continue reading

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Instruction for Diverse Populations Bibliography

Now that it’s mid-October, many of us are in the thick of teaching research skills in the classroom and at our virtual and physical reference desks. How do you help create an inclusive learning environment? How do you learn about … Continue reading

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Presentation and Infographic Design Tools for Librarians on a Budget

Like many of you, I’m in full-swing with research instruction and have been spending time fine-tuning presentations. While I am not a designer, I like to keep visual content fresh, so I am always experimenting with online tools for presentations … Continue reading

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Buried in Library Instruction?

It seems like most community & junior college librarians are experiencing the rush of research instruction sessions right now–that thrilling time when we get to interact with classrooms full of students while trying to also support their needs outside of … Continue reading

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