Monthly Archives: June 2014

2014 Spring Workshop Recap

Our spring workshop, “Back to Basics: Moving Library Instruction Forward,” sold out this year! Michelle Millet, Immersion Faculty member and Library Director at John Carroll University, led an interactive session called “Doing it Backwards and Closing the Loop: Information Literacy, … Continue reading

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Adding Assessment to the Library One-Shot

Assessment has become an increasingly important aspect of information literacy instruction. More and more, academic libraries are being asked to go beyond simple metrics, such as number of sessions taught, and instead find ways to demonstrate that their students are … Continue reading

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