Engaging the Masses: Library Instruction with Large Undergraduate ClassesCollege & Undergraduate Libraries
Document TypePeer-Reviewed Article
AbstractThis article discusses challenges in teaching library instruction to large classes and identifies practical ways librarians can use to engage large undergraduate classes in a single session. The authors searched the literature, examined related instructional services web pages, and solicited feedback from instructional academic librarians. Various instructional techniques and activities are described. Discussion also includes areas such as classroom management, technology, risk-taking, and assessment.
Published CitationVander Meer, Patricia Fravel, Donna M. Ring and Maria A. Perez-Stable . “Engaging the Masses: Library Instruction with Large Undergraduate Classes.” College & Undergraduate Libraries 14:1 (2007) : 39-56.
Citation InformationPatricia Fravel Vander Meer, Maria A. Perez-Stable and Donna M. Ring. "Engaging the Masses: Library Instruction with Large Undergraduate Classes" College & Undergraduate Libraries Vol. 14 Iss. 1 (2007) p. 39 - 56 ISSN: 1069-1316
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