On Being a Librarian

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Tag Archives: instruction

Infographics & Information Literacy

Presenting information, data, or library instruction content, in appealing and innovative formats offers librarians opportunities to engage students and library users in services, resources, and instruction. An infographic is a visual representation … Continue reading

02/09/2013 · 2 Comments

Twitter: Successful for Information Literacy Instruction

As a social media platform, Twitter is extremely easy to use and quick to adopt. Users distribute short snippets of information in a dynamic stream that is accessed on a … Continue reading

02/08/2013 · 1 Comment

Developing Competencies

The ACRL Research Planning and Review Committee identified 10 trends popular in library literature, at conferences, and in academic libraries for the year 2012. Many of the identified trends resonate … Continue reading

10/22/2012 · Leave a comment

Business Reference 101

I have begun another course offered through the American Library Association, Reference and User Services Association (RUSA), Business Reference 101, with Celia Ross.  I am interested in learning more about working … Continue reading

10/22/2012 · Leave a comment

Twitter: Instructional and Professional Resource Tool

Twitter is a social networking tool that allows people to share information, in a real-time feed, to other individuals, and in an education or training context, represents a powerful way … Continue reading

10/12/2012 · Leave a comment

#WILU2011

I attended the Workshop for Instruction in Library Use (WILU) conference recently and came away buoyed by the encouragement and support shared by so many knowledgeable and accomplished colleagues. I … Continue reading

06/05/2011 · Leave a comment

LibGuide for faculty and instructors

While many are not aware of the term transliteracy, college teaching faculty and instructors unbeknownst to themselves incorporate transliteracy outcomes into their instructional goals.  I recently edited and added a large … Continue reading

05/14/2011 · Leave a comment