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Education for Information

2016 Volume 32, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Addressing Information Literacy through Student-Centered Learning

    Paul Bond

    This case study describes several courses that resulted from a teaching partnership between an instructional technologist/professor and a librarian that evolved over several semesters, and the... More

    pp. 3-9

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  2. Accessing Abilities: Creating Innovative Accessible Online Learning Environments and Putting Quality into Practice

    Heather Moorefield-Lang, Clayton A. Copeland & Aisha Haynes

    This conceptual paper will discuss how faculty from The School of Library and Information Science at The University of South Carolina partnered with their university's Center for Teaching... More

    pp. 27-33

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  3. Service Learning as Innovative Pedagogy in Online Learning

    Jenny S. Bossaller

    This paper discusses the intentions and outcomes of a service-learning course in LIS. Interviews with students who had recently completed the course provided insight into how the course had changed... More

    pp. 35-53

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  4. Moving from Chance and "Chemistry" to Skills: Improving Online Student Learning Outcomes in Small Group Collaboration

    Anthony Bernier & Cheryl Stenstrom

    While instructors know the importance of successful small group collaboration, and the value of the skills required to execute them, students continue to prefer to work independently. The promise... More

    pp. 55-69

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  5. Online Inclusive Pedagogy: A Call-and-Response Dialogue on Digital Storytelling

    Janet Ceja Alcalá, Megan Austin, Mona Granroth & Breanne Hewitt

    We propose digital storytelling as a pedagogical tool for online Library and Information Science education that recognizes diversity and fosters reflection among students and teacher. In a course... More

    pp. 71-85

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