Not Just Where to Click: Teaching Students How to Think About Information explores how librarians and faculty work together to teach students about the nature of expertise, authority, and credibility.
In the Library with the Lead Pipe is an open access, open peer reviewed journal founded and run by an international team of librarians working in various types of libraries.
Stephen D. Brookfield offers a very accessible guide to how faculty at any level and across all disciplines can improve their teaching.
Reports on a 2-year study conducted by the Committee on Developments in the Science of Learning.
This book builds on a simple premise: good teaching cannot be reduced to technique but is rooted in the identity and integrity of the teacher.
Lloyd and Talja include both the more traditional views of the library professional and the newer, more complex socially constructed multi‐literacies.
Provides link to 2014 UNESCO multilingual information literacy guide.
Project Information Literacy (PIL) is a large-scale, national study about early adults and how they find, evaluate, and select information for use in their courses and in everyday life.
Presentations from recent LOEX (Library Orientation Exchange) Conferences.
Articles and presentations from the 2014 Library Instruction West Conference in Portland.