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Incorporating Language Skills Strategies into Library Instruction for ESL Students
(Association of College & Research Libraries, 2011-04)
a self-reflection study of the incorporation of language skills strategies in speaking, listening, reading, and writing in a library instruction classroom setting
Working Together: Librarian and Student Collaboration Through Active Learning in a Library Eclassroom
Active learning strategies based on several learning theories were incorporated during instruction sessions for second year Biological Sciences students. The instructional strategies described in this paper are based ...
Evolution of Various Library Instruction Strategies: Using Student Feedback to Create and Enhance Online Active Learning Assignments
This case study traces the evolution of library assignments for biological science students from paper-based workbooks in a blended (hands-on) workshop to blended learning workshops using online assignments to online active ...
Exploring the Connections between Information Literacy and Writing for International Students
(Journal of Information Literacy, 2008-12)
a mixed-method investigation of undergraduate and graduate international students' proficiencies in both information literacy and academic writing to see if a relationship exists between them