Practical Pedagogy For Library Instructors

Author: Douglas Cook
Publisher: Assoc of Cllge & Rsrch Libr
ISBN: 0838984584
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He has had three book chapters published including “Creating Connections: A
Review of the Literature” in The Collaborative Imperative: Librarians and Faculty
Working Together in the Information Universe, eds. Richard Raspa and Dane
Ward (Chicago: ACRL. 2000). With Tasha Cooper, he edited the book, Teaching
Information Literacy Skills to Social Science Students and Practioners (Chicago:
ACRL. 2006). When he is not out taking his Garmin GPS unit and his Sony digital
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College Research Libraries News

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... open to public at Mt. Holy- oke," 7 Connolly, David M., "Get involved! ACRL is
seeking committee volunteers," 669; port., 723 "Consolidation of NCLIS into IMLS
proposed," 293-94 Conte, Marisa L., news note, 742 Cook, Doug, Teaching
information literacy skills to social science students and practitioners: casebook
of applications, 604 Cooper, Natasha, Teaching information literacy skills to
social science students and practitioners: casebook of applications, 604
Cooperman, Larry, ...

Information Literacy

Author: Susie Andretta
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1780630751
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Taking an international approach, this book explores two main models of Information Literacy or IL: the SCONUL (Society of College, National and University Libraries) Seven Pillars of Information Skills and the IL competencies identified by ...

Teaching Literary Research

Author: Kathleen A. Johnson
Publisher: Assoc of College and Research
ISBN: 9780838985090
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She has an MLS and a Master's degree in Appalachian Studies, with
concentrations in folklore and Appalachian history and literature. She has
published articles and book reviews in the disciplines of English and History.
Including an article, "Ray Hicks, From Local Storyteller to Cultural Icon: A
Bibliography" in Appalachian Journal in 2003: 302-30), and she reviewed
Teaching Information Literacy Skills to Social Sciences Students &. Practitioners:
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Information Literacy Instruction Text

Author: Esther S. Grassian
Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub
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“Self-directed Learning: More Than Meets the Observer's Eye.” In Appreciating
Adults Learning: From the Learner's Perspective (pp. 179-196), edited by David
Boud and Virginia Griffin. London: Kogan Page. TeacherTube. “Instructional
Videos” (2008). Available: www. teachertube.com (accessed December 23, 2008
). Teaching Information Literacy Skills to Social Sciences Students and
Practitioners: A Casebook of Applications. 2006. Edited by Douglas Cook and
Natasha Cooper.

The Information Powered School

Author: Sandra Hughes-Hassell
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 9780838935149
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Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning suggests no one single
way to teach students the research process. Rather, practitioners use a number
of approaches, all of which help students learn information literacy skills. ...
Education Development Center in Newton, Massachusetts, provides a district or
school- based facilitator with materials that guide one or more interdisciplinary
teams of teachers (language arts, social studies, science, mathematics, special
education, ...

American Book Publishing Record

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Electronic information resource literacy — Study and teaching (Middle school) —
United Slates. 3. Information technology — Study and teaching (Middle school)—
United States. 4. Information retrieval — Study and teaching (Middle school) —
United States. 5. Information literacy — Standards — United Slates. I. Title.
TEACHING information literacy 028.7071 skills to social sciences students and
practitioners: a casebook of applications / Douglas Cook and Natasha Cooper,
editors.

Teaching Elementary Information Literacy Skills With The Big6

Author: Joyce Needham
Publisher: Linworth Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781586833268
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Provides tips, strategies, and lessons for teachers using the Big6 problem solving process in order to help the student understand what problem solving and information literacy skills are and why they are needed.