Monthly Archives: November 2015

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: “Recycling C.R.A.P.” by LeBlanc and Quintiliano

This week’s Spotlight on Scholarship features Robert E. LeBlanc’s and Barbara Quintiliano’s article “Recycling C.R.A.P.: Reframing a Popular Mnemonic for Library Instruction”, published in Pennsylvania Libraries: Research and Practice in Volume 3, Issue 2, Fall 2015, pp. 115-121. This article reports how the library instruction team at one university library

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: “‘Scholarship is a Conversation’: Discourse, Attribution, and Twitter’s Role in Information Literacy Instruction” by Carroll and Dasler

This week’s Spotlight on Scholarship features Alexander J. Carroll’s and Robin Dasler’s article “‘Scholarship is a Conversation’: Discourse, Attribution, and Twitter’s Role in Information Literacy Instruction”, published in the Journal of Creative Library Practice on March 11, 2015. This article considers the social media platform Twitter: how it functions in

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: “The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education: Implications for Health Sciences Librarianship” by Knapp and Brower

This week’s Spotlight on Scholarship features Maureen Knapp’s and Stewart Brower’s article “The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education: Implications for Health Sciences Librarianship” [paywall], published in Medical Reference Services Quarterly in Volume 33, Issue 4, 2014, pp. 460-468. This article, written in 2014 between the second and third

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Framework Spotlight on Scholarship: “‘Mind-Blowing’” by Houtman

This week’s Spotlight on Scholarship features Eveline Houtman’s article “‘Mind-Blowing’: Fostering self-regulated learning in information literacy instruction”, published in Communications in Information Literacy in Volume 9, Issue 1, 2015, pp. 6-18. This article introduces the concept of self-regulated learning, from the field of education, and connects it to the Framework.