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Hidden architectures of information literacy programs : structures, practices, and contexts

Author: Carolyn Caffrey Gardner; Elizabeth Galoozis; Rebecca Halpern, (Librarian); Association of College and Research Libraries,
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, a divsion of the American Library Association, [2020] ©2020
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Creating, running, and coordinating an information literacy program requires not only the visible labor of scheduling and teaching classes, but a host of invisible mechanics that makes a program function in its entirety. Hidden Architectures of Information Literacy Programs captures some of the tacit knowledge information literacy coordinators accumulate through trial and error and informal conversations with
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Hidden architectures of information literacy programs.
Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2020
(DLC) 2020939252
(OCoLC)1164111866
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Carolyn Caffrey Gardner; Elizabeth Galoozis; Rebecca Halpern, (Librarian); Association of College and Research Libraries,
ISBN: 9780838948200 0838948200
OCLC Number: 1162815974
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 423 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: Teaching team model --
Subject liaison model --
Combination of teaching team and subject liaison models --
Solo librarian model --
Focused on a for-credit course. [part 1] Teaching team model. Auraria Library: Team approach at a tri-institutional library / Andrea Falcone ; California State University San Marcos: Building an inclusive team through collaborative reflection / Allison Carr, Denise Kane, Talitha Matlin, Yvonne Nalani Meulemans, Lalitha Nataraj, Judith Opdahl ; Georgia State University: Student success equals our success / Karen Doster-Greenleaf ; Greenfield Community College: Finding value in the process / Liza Harrington, Tim Dolan, Claire Lobdell ; Lafayette College: A non-liaison-based information literacy program / Lijuan Xu ; Michigan State University: Focusing on first year writing / Benjamin Oberdick Elizabeth A. Webster ; Northern Kentucky University: Strategic instruction through connected one-shots / Andrea Brooks, Jane Hammons ; Oxford College of Emory University: A team-based approach to teaching information literacy to first-year and second-year students / Courtney Baron, Kitty McNeill, Ellen Neufeld, Jessica Robinson ; Saddleback College: Embracing growth with a small but mighty team / Carolyn Seaman ; University of California, Riverside: Positioning librarians as co-educators / Dani Brecher Cook ; University of Nevada, Reno / Tackling English composition as a team / Rosalind Bucy, Elsa de Jong, Tati Mesfin, Rayla E. Tokarz. [part 2] Subject liaison model. Utah State University: English composition library instruction program;a program within programs / Katie Strand, Dory Rosenberg, McKenzie Hyde ; California State University, Dominguez Hills: Revitalizing a program from the ground up / Carolyn Caffrey Gardner, Tessa Withorn ; Delaware County Community College: An information literacy program designed for a diverse student population / Michael LaMagna ; Longwood University: Communication and collaboration for greater faculty investment in information literacy / Jennifer Beach ; Saint Mary's College of California: Tradition and transparency on a tight-knit campus / Gina Kessler Lee, Conrad M. Waxland ; Sonoma State University: Be curious; be critical, be a community / Kaitlin Springmier ; University of Minnesota Duluth: Surfacing shared purpose / Kim Pittman ; University of New Hampshire: Renaissance in action / Kathrine C. Aydelott ; University of Southern California: Building consensus over time / Elizabeth Galoozis ; Washington University in St. Louis: Reorganizing and reframing an instruction and information literacy program / Amanda B. Albert. [part 3] Combination of teaching team and subject liaison models. Augustana College: Scaffolding to success / Stefanie R. Bluemie ; The Claremont Colleges Library: Instruction in a consortium / Rebecca Halpern ; Eastern Connecticut State University: One-shots across first-year programs / David Vrooman ; UNC Greensboro: A diverse program for a diverse campus / Jenny Dale ; University of Dubuque: Liaison model with an embedded core / Becky Canovan ; University of Houston: Creating a space for care and connection / Veronica Arellano Douglas ; University of Nevada, Las Vegas: Liasions and teaching librarians;navigating overlapping responsibilities and identities / Chelsea Heinbach, Susan Wainscott ; University of Portland: Strong relationships and a respected instruction program / Stephanie Michel, Jane Scott Heidi Senior, Diane Sotak ; University of Washington Bothell/Cascadia College: Scaffolded curriculum supported by a community of practice / Leslie Hurst, Dani Rowland, Sarah Leadley ; Wheaton College: Equipping lifelong learners / Joshua M. Averym, Cathy Troupos ; Worcester State University: All hands on deck / Vicki Gruzynski. [part 4] Solo librarian model. Ozarks Technical Community College: Doing more by doing less; radically reinventing a community college instruction program / Sarah H. Mabee, Sarah E. Fancher ; Paul Smith's College: Engaging student workers through student-led information literacy / Amy Pajewski ; State University of New York College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill: A one-person instruction program / Don LaPlant ; Mary Baldwin University: Student-centered information literacy instruction on a shoestring staff / Anaya Jones. [part 5] Focused on a for-credit course. State University of NY at Plattsburgh: Immersed in teaching / Michelle Toth ; University of Northern Colorado: Collaborate. Standardize. Grow / Lyda Fontes McCartin ; University of Maryland, Baltimore County: Building relationships at a public research university / Joanna Gadsby, Katy Sullivan.
Responsibility: edited by Carolyn Caffrey Gardner, Elizabeth Galoozis, and Rebecca Halpern.

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