Stories That Tell-Learning and Teaching from Information Literacy Narratives in Library InstructionGeorgia International Conference on Information Literacy
Type of PresentationWorkshop (1 hour and 15 minutes)
Target AudienceHigher Education
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Presentation DescriptionThis interactive workshop will explore the use of written narrative as a device for learning more about how students perceive and understand academic research. These narratives can be used to engage and empower students to reflect on their own research experiences and develop greater agency and emotional investment in the research process. We will think together about the potential for using narrative in library instruction as a partnership between librarians and composition instructors.
- Written narrative,
- Academic research,
- Research process,
- Library instruction,
- Library-faculty collaboration,
- Writing and composition
Publication Type and Release OptionPresentation (Open Access)
Citation InformationAnna Marie Johnson and Rob Detmering. "Stories That Tell-Learning and Teaching from Information Literacy Narratives in Library Instruction" (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/annamarie-johnson/6/