MacEwan University Library’s pedagogical shift: using active learning activities during first-year information literacy sessions
active learning, information literacy
Arising from K–12 education, the pedagogical concept of active learning is becoming more and more commonplace in face-to-face library Information Literacy (IL) sessions. MacEwan University Library decided to update IL sessions to incorporate active learning activities, a decision which not only benefited the engagement of students and faculty, but the librarians as well.
Shamchuk, L. & Plouffe, L. (2013). MacEwan University Library’s pedagogical shift: Using active learning activities during first year information literacy sessions. College & Research Libraries News, 74(9), 480-495. Retrieved from http://crln.acrl.org/
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