Discover, Connect, Engage: creative integration of information literacy

LOEX 2005 Conference Presentations
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Equal Library Opportunities: Insights for Off-Site Programs - Betty Porter and Marcia Poggione, Xavier University

Creating a Culture of Assessment: Using Formative Assessments to Evaluate Library Instruction and to Promote Collaboration
- Susan Ariew, University of South Florida; Nancy Seamans, University of Iowa; Edward Lener, Virginia Tech

WebCT and Your On-line Library Tutorial: Assessment Made Easy - Annemarie Mascarenhas, Bergen Community College

One Size Fits All... or Does It?: Developing Scalable Information Literacy Instruction for High Enrollment Courses and Programs - Anne-Marie Deitering and Richenda Wilkinson, Oregon State University

Using Online Surveys in Library Instruction Assessment - Lorrie Evans and Mary Ulibarri, University of Colorado at Denver

Building Information Literacy Skills, One Class at a Time - Connie Ghinazzi, Augustana College

The Library Challenge!: A Competitive Team Approach to Library Orientation - Candice Benjes-Small, Eric Ackermann, and Blair Brainard, Radford University

The Research Advisory Program (RAP): Fostering Information Literacy Skills through Individualized Research Consultations - Kelly Rhodes and John Blyd, Appalachian State University

Librarian-Faculty Team Teaching: Three Approaches for Subject-Specific Information Literacy Instruction - Mary Lou Baker Jones, Wright State University; Deborah Carter Peoples, Ohio Wesleyan University; Alison Ricker, Oberlin College

Apples and Apples: Putting Teaching at the Core of the Librarian/Professor Connection - Kevin Unrath and Joan Ruelle, Hollins University

Where's the Beef? Focusing on the Value and Relevancy of Research - Vicki Bloom, University of California-Riverside

Rules of Evidence: Information Literacy Training in the Health Sciences and Its Applicability to Other Disciplines - Michelle Zafron and Stewart Brower, University at Buffalo

A Partnership Between a Librarian and Computer Science Faculty: an Outcome of a Faculty Learning Community on Information Literacy - Cynthia Mader and Valerie Cross, Miami University

Journalism and Information Literacy: A Winning Combination - Danielle Clarke and Jim Underwood, Ohio Wesleyan University

Comedy Central: Humor in Library Instruction - Billie E. Walker, Penn State-Berks Lehigh Valley

Increasing Your Instructional Effectiveness through Student-Centered Teaching - Mary Lee Jensen, Kent State University

Beyond the mouse click: Using metaphor and analogy in library instruction - Susan Avery,University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Bringing New Life to the Library Orientation and Information Literacy Program - Elizabeth Nelson, Teresa Garcia and Divina Lynch, National University

A Picture of Information Literacy in French Academic Libraries: Challenges, Projects and Key Issues - Sylvie Chevillotte, École Nationale Supérieure des Sciences de L'information et des Bibliothèques

Information Literacy in Subject-Specific Vocabularies: A Path to Critical Thinking - Linda Heichman, Cal State Fullerton

RefWorks: A Vehicle for Information Literacy - Madeleine Charney and David Mac Court, University of Massachusetts

Collaboration: Composition Instruction and Information Literacy in the Electronic Environment - Diana D. Shonrock, Daniel Coffey, and Jeanine Elise Aune, Iowa State University

Information Literacy Isn't Enough: Why Librarians Need to Teach More in the Digital Age - Rob Withers & Lisa Santucci, Miami University

Development Strategies For Integration of Information Competence Within the Marketing Area at Cal Poly’s Orfalea College of Business: A Case Study - Frank Vuotto, California Polytechnic State University

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