Without a formal center for teaching and learning, both faculty and librarians struggled to develop cohesive curricula together and embed library resources into classroom coursework. This presentation details the efforts of two instruction librarians in developing a faculty brown bag workshop series to fill this need at their institution. In the…[Read more]
“Reimagining Critical Information Literacy Instruction for Interdisciplinary Art and Design Upperclassmen” discusses a scaffolded two-part lesson plan for junior and senior Visual Studies students that incorporates open-ended, interactive activities that critically adapts two frames from ACRL’s Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education.
Research methods in art and design disciplines present unique challenges for library instruction.
These challenges are further complicated when art and design students are tasked with
conducting business and marketing research without any formal introduction to the resources
and methodologies of those disciplines. This presentation will…[Read more]