Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Dark German Forest of Library Instruction by Paul Clayton Campbell

“Okay?” “Alright.” “Okay?” “Alright, ready.” Just like the intro to RadioLab, I sometimes find myself having a similar internal dialog right before I step into my library instruction room.  I have done library instruction for what seems like a million … Continue reading

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From Concept to ePublication: Students Explore the Lifecycle of an eBook

As the primary instructor for a semester-long credit course called Information in the Digital Age, I recently had the opportunity to facilitate an ebook project that incorporates HTML coding and file conversion alongside traditional research methods. Students worked both independently … Continue reading

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