De Open Access College & Research Libraries News heeft een nieuw nummer met onder andere de volgende artikelen:
– Top trends in academic libraries: A review of the trends and issues 2021–22 by the ACRL Research Planning and Review Committee (one trend is “Critical Librarianship” including Critical Information Literacy)
– Powerful pedagogy: Facilitating a faculty learning community in special collections by Judy L. Silva “Facilitating a Faculty Learning Community (FLC) in Special Collections is an excellent way to introduce faculty to unique primary resources and teaching materials. As a faculty librarian, I facilitated an FLC in which classroom faculty participants explored the university library’s Special Collections to identify resources for enriched pedagogy and original student research. This article outlines the setting, objectives, planning, activities, outcomes, and a discussion about this Special Collections FLC”
– Staying engaged: A conversation with mid-career librarians by Alyssa Martin, Amy Smith, Debbie West
– Perspectives on the Framework One step at a time: Integrating the Companion Document to the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education: Social Work into an existing instruction program by Esther Roth-Katz
Er is ook een nieuw volume van de Journal of Information Literacy.
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