Information literacy instruction that works : a guide to teaching by discipline and student population / edited by Patrick Ragains.

The need to find a broad range of information and the ability to analyze and use it effectively has never been greater. Our understanding of students and how they learn; library technology; available resources; these are all changing. This collection addresses how to meet with college and university...

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Other Authors: Ragains, Patrick (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Chicago : Neal-Schuman, an imprint of the American Library Association, 2013.
Edition:Second edition.
Table of Contents:
  • Setting the stage for information literacy education / Patrick Ragains and Mark Emmons
  • Building strong relationships with faculty-librarian collaboration / Jean Caspers
  • College and university freshmen / Mark Emmons
  • Community college students / Ann Roselle
  • Students with disabilities / Adina J. Mulliken and Bernadette A. Lear
  • Tailoring instruction for students in online and distance learning environments / Amy Elizabeth Hughes
  • English literature / Janelle M. Zauha
  • Art and art history / Peggy Keeran
  • Film studies / Neal Baker
  • Music / Laurie J. Sampsel
  • History / Patrick Ragains
  • Psychology / Nonny Schlotzhauer
  • Anthropology / Catherine L. Cranston
  • Scientific literacy / Elizabeth Berman
  • Agricultural sciences and natural resources / Allison V. Level
  • Engineering / Martin K. Wallace
  • Business / Patrick Ragins
  • Legal research for nonlaw students / Patrick Ragins
  • Government information / Patrick Ragains
  • Patent research / Suzanne L. Reinman.