Instructional diversity: a blended model for sustainable IL programming

  • Title: Instructional diversity: a blended model for sustainable IL programming
    Year: 2014
    Keyword(s): Information literacy instruction, Blended instruction
    Description: This session shares the details of a pilot project to create a more sustainable Information Literacy (IL) instruction program for first-year undergraduates. Our goal was to develop an instruction model that could be managed by our Library instruction team, reduce duplication of content and effort, incorporate both online and in-person instruction and promote self-directed student learning opportunities. Our blended instruction model incorporates: timely face-to-face classroom visits, online learning modules, hands-on critical thinking activities and student-directed drop-in research workshops.
    Notes: Presented on July 25, 2014 at the Library Instruction West Conference held at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon.
    Peer Reviewed: Yes
    Type of Item: Conference Materials
    Language: English

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