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Library Instruction Lite: When is 10-15 Minutes Enough?
Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy
  • Jeffrey M. Mortimore, Bennett College, NC
Location
Room 1002
Type of Presentation
Individual paper/presentation (20 minute presentation)
Target Audience
Higher Education
Abstract

See presentation description.

Presentation Description
This presentation explores some of the uses and benefits of short, 10-15 minute instruction sessions for information literacy pedagogy; faculty outreach, education, and relationship development; and connecting patrons with library resources and services. Short instruction sessions are a powerful tool for attracting participation among faculty unwilling or unable to sacrifice class time, engaging students without exhausting their attention, and encouraging use of library resources and services. Presenters discuss recent experiences at Bennett College, and present example scaffold research assignments designed to be paired with short instruction sessions.
Presentation Year
2011
Publication Type and Release Option
Presentation (Open Access)
Citation Information
Jeffrey M. Mortimore. "Library Instruction Lite: When is 10-15 Minutes Enough?" (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jeff_mortimore/4/