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Monthly Archives: February 2015
Can only Librarians do Library Instruction? Collaborating with Graduate Students to Teach Discipline-Specific Information Literacy
By Alexander Watkins Art & Architecture Librarian, University Libraries, University of Colorado Boulder Katherine Morrison Arts Education and Regional Services Director, Tippecanoe Arts Federation Former Lead Graduate Teaching Assistant, Art & Art History Department, University of Colorado Boulder [Peer Reviewed … Continue reading
By Amanda Moeller and Julie Gilbert Gustavus Adolphus College, Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library [Case Study, Article] Introduction In a service profession like librarianship, it can be difficult to conceive of ever saying no. We are in the business of helping … Continue reading