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Adventures in Teaching with the ACRL Information Literacy Framework: The Best Laid Plans

As we reach the end of my little bloggy mini-series, it’s time to have a look at how my clever plans for teaching within the frame of Scholarship as Conversation sometimes gang agley. 1,136 more words

Adventures in Teaching with the ACRL Information Literacy Framework: Setting Up The (One) Shot

In last week’s post in this series, I talked about my PHIL 230 (Studies in Philosophy) course model for an intermediate topics class in philosophy, which I built by using the… 1,211 more words

Adventures in Teaching with the ACRL Information Literacy Framework: I Love It When A Plan Comes Together

In last week’s installment, I walked through the basic thought process that led to my intermediate/advanced PHIL 230 (Studies in Philosophy) course model. This week, I’m going to take a closer look at an outline of the syllabus for the Information and Computer Ethics version of the class, with particular attention paid to the schedule and the assignments. 1,451 more words

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Adventures in Teaching with the ACRL Information Literacy Framework: Designing Backwards, In Heels

Last week here on the ol’ blog, I presented a preface to a series of posts about designing and teaching intermediate and advanced philosophy courses using the… 1,268 more words

Philosophy

Adventures in Teaching with the ACRL's Information Literacy Framework: Preface

Oh, the lengths to which one goes…

Once upon a time in my life as a philosophy-prof-on-the-way-to-librarianship, I decided that I was going to commit to using the ACRL’s Information Literacy Framework in my philosophy class designs. 637 more words

Considering: Classroom Qualms

While I was earning my master’s degree, I did not take any courses on information literacy instruction or bibliographic instruction. When I started my first professional position at a large urban institution, within a year I was tasked with teaching a freshman “first-year experience” sort of class. 454 more words

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CFP: European Studies Research Forum American Library Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, June 21-26, 2018

CFP: European Studies Research Forum
American Library Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, June 21-26, 2018

The ACRL European Studies Section will host its annual European Studies Research Forum at the ALA annual conference in New Orleans on Sunday, June 24th, from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. 176 more words

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