- Information literacy -- Study and teaching,
- Library orientation for college students,
- Psychology -- Study and teaching,
- Social media -- Study and teaching
Although librarians have embraced online research guides (typically SpringShare’s LibGuides) as a mechanism for informing students of key resources across the disciplines, to what degree have they leveraged the full potential of these guides for delivering and supporting instruction? Guided by disciplinary information literacy standards, how could librarians create more instructionally robust guides which both promote and support the development of disciplinary research competencies?