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Real-World Solutions for Real-World Collaboration Problems
Libraries Research Publications
  • Alexius Smith Macklin, Purdue University
  • Michael Fosmire, Purdue University
Abstract
Are you finding collaboration with faculty difficult to initiate? How about a new approach? Problem-based learning (PBL) is an instruction method that investigates and resolves messy, real-world dilemmas. This workshop demonstrates how librarians at Purdue University worked with faculty to incorporate information literacy skills into course content using PBL.
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.” In Integrating Information Literacy into the College Experience: papers presented at the Thirtieth LOEX Library Instruction Conference held in Ypsilanti, Michigan, 10 to 11 May 2002, edited by Julia K. Nims, Randal Baier, Rita Bullard, and Eric Owen, 169-174. Ann Arbor: Pierian Press, 2003
Date of this Version
12-15-2003
Citation Information
Alexius Smith Macklin and Michael Fosmire. "Real-World Solutions for Real-World Collaboration Problems" (2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/michael_fosmire/22/