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The library instruction cookbook

Author: Ryan L Sittler; Douglas Cook
Publisher: Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, 2009.
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A collection of practical approaches to library instruction, covering library orientation, basic library skills, citing references, plagiarism, evaluating resources, developing specialized research skills, and using technology.

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Genre/Form: Case studies
Handbooks, manuals, etc
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ryan L Sittler; Douglas Cook
ISBN: 9780838985113 0838985114
OCLC Number: 373561342
Description: ix, 185 pages : illustrations ; 22 x 27 cm
Contents: INTRODUCTION. Avoiding a recipe for disaster: skirting bad instruction / Ryan L. Sittler --
LIBRARY ORIENTATION. Whipping up an appetite for academic journals / Jacqui Weetman DaCosta --
READ posters: a favorite mezze with a Middle Eastern flavor / Nancy Fawley --
An eight-course library meal / Alison Gregory --
Basic appetizers with a twist / Cindy Gruwell --
So, you've visited the library for instruction before? Prove it! / Lauren Jensen --
Book 'em! / Lilia Murray --
Einstein's universe / Robert Schroeder --
Ethnographers for an hour / Nancy Noe --
The librarian, the web, and the wardrobe: the library homepage as a portal to librarnia / Emaly Conerly and Kelli Williams --
Library BINGO! / Katherine O'Clair --
LC face-off / Jackie AlSaffar --
Stone soup / Jennifer Hughes [and others] --
Get connected: a challenge board game / Denise Pan --
Orientation happytizer: the library welcomes new freshmen / Jenny Horton --
Tailgate @ the library (everything's INSIDE the library) / Nancy Noe --
BASIC LIBRARY SKILLS. Boolean Simon says / Janine Odlevak --
Boolean a la Chinese menu / Sara Rofofsky Marcus --
Catalogs, databases, and firefighters! Oh my! / Michelle Price --
The coffee can appetizer / Virginia L. Cairns --
Database cafe / Lai Kei Pang and Musarrat Begum --
Krafting keywords from topics / Justine Martin --
Keyword reduction sauce / Robert S. Nelson --
Taming the taboo / Jason Dupree --
Why won't the database answer my question? / Lyda Ellis --
Chocolate upside-down research process / Mary Francis --
Parsley, sage, rosemary, and find: a five-course banquet / Carol Howe --
They are already experts / Sara Miller --
Sauté your own search interface / Shannon Pritting and Karen Shockey --
Whet their appetites: a warm-up appetizer / Jenifer Sigafoes Phelan --
On the campaign trail: parboiling popular presidential pundits / Beth E. Tumbleson --
CITATIONS AND PLAGIARISM. Broken citations: recreating a bibliography / Smita Avasthi --
Bibliographic barbecue / Cassandra Jackson --
Citation station deluxe / Catherine Johnson --
Bib salad: finding the full text of the sources they cited / Stephanie Rosenblatt --
Sugar and spice and how to cite nice / Elaine Kushmaul and Steven Osler --
Plagiarism happens: don't let it happen to you / Elaine Kushmaul and Steven Osler --
EVALUATING VARIOUS TYPES OF RESOURCES. Wikipedia v. Google v. the library: who's your research superchef? / Carrie Donovan and Rachel M. Slough --
Google vs. Academic Search Premier: the evaluation challenge / Andrea Falcone --
To Google or not to Google: that is the question! (a Wiki can help you decide) / Carolyn Meier --
Wikipedia: appetizer of choice! / Sara R. Seely --
I once touched an elephant's trunk: where do primary sources end and secondary sources begin? / Bonnie Imler --
Meet the presidents: an introduction to primary and secondary sources / Amanda Nash --
Sardines or salmon? What's the difference? / Jason Dupree --
Grilled, choice-cut periodical strips (with evaluation sauce) / Oliver Zeff --
Snap or clap: scholarly or popular? / Lorin Fisher --
Internet taste-test: evaluating websites / Amanda K. Izenstark and Mary C. MacDonald --
Not all web sites smell bad--infusing the Internet with the essence of evaluation / Allison Carr --
CABLE cook-off: learning to evaluate web sites / Christina Chester-Fangman --
Lettuce help you separate the wheat from the chaff! A healthy approach to using the web effectively / Nigel Morgan and Linda Davies --
The art of choosing the very best ingredients--website evaluation 101 / Vivian Milczarski and Jacqueline Ryan --
SPECIALIZED RESEARCH SKILLS. Cooking with the past: a hands-on approach to interpreting primary sources / James Gerencser and Malinda Triller --
Annotated bibliographies: the good, the bad, and the--
tasty? / Sara R. Seely --
"X" marks the spot: using concept maps to find hidden treasures / Emaly Conerly and Kelli Williams --
Cooking up concept maps / Abigail Hawkins, Jennifer Fabbi, and Paula McMillen --
Database du jour / Theresa Westbrock --
Developing a taste for government documents / Lauren Jensen and Lynn Daw --
A scoop of new with a dash of review! Using bibliographic management software / Dee Bozeman --
Eating forbidden fruit: censorship, intellectual freedom, and banned books / Nicole A. Cooke --
Research your way past writer's block / Melissa Bowles-Terry and Merinda Hensley --
Haiku, self-reflection, and the research process / Thomas Scott Duke and Jennifer Diane Ward --
The sous chef takes center stage: using experienced students to teach their classmates / Veronica Arellano --
Pineapple upside-down cake: deconstructed literature review with small groups / Yvonne Nalani Meulemans --
Can I do the "ghosts of Gettysburg" for my paper? / Doug Cook --
How did the Civil Rights movement prompt the anti-war movement during the Vietnam era? / Danelle Moon and Nyle Monday --
Discovering the value of reference sources / Shireen Deboo --
DISCIPLINE RELATED RESEARCH. The art of database searching / Dawn Eckenrode --
"I just need one more piece of business information!" / Aaron W. Dobbs --
MeShed potatoes and gravy / Alice L. Daugherty and Michael F. Russo --
Garnishing literacy instruction with Google / Cynthia Crosser --
Whipping up the "why" paper: inquiry into diverse perspectives / Jennifer Fabbi, Paula McMillen, and Abigail Hawkins --
Alphabet soup: using children's literature databases to plan lessons on letters of the alphabet / Kelly Heider --
Now I know my ABC's (of children's literature) / Sara Holder --
Utilizing (bridge) failure to ensure information literacy success / Eric Resnis --
Undergraduate English potpourri: peer teaching of periodical indexes / Robin Bergart --
Digging for information artifacts / Melissa Becher --
Fact check au jus / Michael F. Russo and Alice L. Daugherty --
Beaten and whipped bias / Monique Delatte --
Picking the right search ingredients: brainstorming and evaluating keywords in an upper-level psychology course / Veronica Arellano --
Chewing over cultures: learning about new languages and cultures / Suzanne Bernsten and Mary LaVigne --
Emergency preparedness drill with dessert / Anne Marie Gruber --
Armchair analysis: filleting fictional afflictions à la psycINFO / Melissa Mallon --
Brewing literacy in the chemistry lab: introducing SciFinder Scholar / Ignacio J. Ferrer-Vinent --
Cited reference searching: who is citing my professor? / Sara Penhale --
Close encounters of the IL kind / Ryan Sittler --
Does the library have any books about women? Finding and evaluating sources about female movers and shakers in the United States / Sharon Ladenson --
Mashing media mentions of scientific studies: tracing newspaper articles back to their sources / Julie Gilbert --
TECHNOLOGY. Blogging: creating an online community / Karla M. Schmit, Anne Behler, and Emily Rimland --
Company research: a "clicker" way to do it / Karen Anello and Mia Kirstien --
The cite is right! A game show about academic integrity / Laura Braunstein --
Do-it-yourself library basics / Amelia Brunskill --
Clicker crudité / Jenifer Sigafoes Phelan --
Caramelizing classroom community with clickers / Krista Prock and William Jefferson --
Linking citations to the virtual world: folding Facebook into scholarship / Deborah Hicks and Virginia Pow --
Assessment à la mode: online survey / Jenifer Sigafoes Phelan --
Toasting tags and cubing keywords with Flickr photos: Flickr keywording/tagging exercise / Nancy Noe --
QuickWiki: constructing a collaborative cassoulet / Laura Braunstein --
Whipping up webcasts / Lisa Gieskes.
Responsibility: edited by Ryan L. Sittler and Douglas Cook.
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