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2018 Midwinter Virtual Discussion Forum Recording

On January 24th, the Discussion Group Steering Committee hosted our Midwinter Virtual Discussion Forum. This year’s forum was titled, “Embedding Scholarly Communication In Your Instruction Practice: A Coordinated Approach,” and it was convened by Rebecca Llord, Kristina De Voe, and … Continue reading

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Bibliography of Research Methods Texts

The ACRL Instruction Section’s Research and Scholarship Committee is pleased to share the recent revision of the committee’s Bibliography of Research Methods Texts. This publication is an annotated bibliography that provides information on research methods relevant to library and information science. Books are arranged into general … Continue reading

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Call for Nominations: Featured Teaching Librarian

Do you know someone who is an amazing teaching librarian?  If yes, consider nominating them as a Featured Teaching Librarian!   If you’re an amazing teaching librarian, consider nominating yourself.   The ACRL Instruction Section Teaching Methods Committee wants to highlight … Continue reading

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Accepted PRIMO Projects – Fall 2017

The Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online (PRIMO) Committee of the Instruction Section of ACRL is pleased to announce that the following projects were accepted into the PRIMO database during its fall review cycle: Research Essentials Online Learning Curriculum (Dani Wellemeyer, Jess … Continue reading

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Research Agenda Conversations: Lili Luo

Lili Luo Dr. Lili Luo is an associate professor at the School of Information at San Jose State University. She received her Master’s in Information Management from Peking University in China and PhD in Information and Library Science from the … Continue reading

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Research Agenda Conversations: Nicole Cooke

Nicole Cooke Dr. Nicole A. Cooke is an Assistant Professor at the School of Information Sciences, at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where she is also the Program Director for the MS in Library and Information Science program. Dr. Cooke … Continue reading

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2018 IS Midwinter Virtual Discussion Forum Digest

Title: Embedding Scholarly Communication in Your Instruction Practice: A Coordinated Approach Discussion Conveners: Rebecca Lloyd, Reference & Instruction Librarian, Temple University Kristina De Voe, English & Communication Librarian, Temple University Annie Johnson, Library Publishing and Scholarly Communications Specialist, Temple University … Continue reading

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2018 IS Midwinter Virtual Discussion Forum

How can we best integrate scholarly communication into today’s academic library instruction? While scholarly communication and content creation have impacted some areas of library services, these developments often overlook instruction aimed at undergraduate students. Join the ACRL Instruction Section’s 2018 … Continue reading

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Library Instruction for Diverse Populations Bibliography

The Instruction for Diverse Populations Committee of the ACRL Instruction Section is pleased to announce the availability of the Library Instruction for Diverse Populations Bibliography, a Zotero library of key readings on teaching diverse populations in higher education. These articles … Continue reading

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December 2017 Site of the Month

The Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online (PRIMO) Committee of the Instruction Section of ACRL is pleased to announce that a new Site of the Month interview has been posted to our committee website. December 2017 Site of the Month: Arizona State … Continue reading

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