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Library Instruction

Teaching is a primary research interest for me, and it is a significant part of my current job as well. I’m going to use this page to post ideas or things that I have implemented into library instruction. Feel free to steal or modify, but let me know if you do! It’s always nice to hear that someone finds my work useful.

Here’s a list of things that I’ve borrowed, modified and/or think are useful, in no particular order:

Purdue OWL Plagiarism Lesson Plans & Activities (I borrowed some of these activities for a class that I teach on patchwriting and paraphrasing)

Project CORA (A GREAT resources for teaching and assessment ideas)

NCSU Videos and Interactive Guides (NCSU Libraries have created a great set of videos on general information literacy topics that are not institution specific. I use them all. the. time.)

Mr. Library Dude (I like this Dude’s blog)

Framework Spotlight Scholarship (Each month or so ACRL posts a feature on use of the frames. A great way to learn about new ideas for incorporating the frames into info lit programming!)

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