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    • Locating Information Literacy within Institutional Oppression 

      Beatty, Joshua F. (In the Library with the Lead Pipe, 2013-09-24)
      The ACRL's draft Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education represents a chance to undo the neoliberal assumptions of earlier information literacy standards. Despite some positive changes, the language of the ...
    • My Reflections on Charleston 

      Stewart, Margaret (2013)
      My reflections from Charleston: It was my first time attending, and there was so much going on and so many workshops offered that I wasn't prepared to figure out what the best course of action should be. I followed the ...
    • Preservation in Practice: A Survey of New York City Digital Humanities 

      Thiede, Malina (In the Library with the Lead Pipe, 2017-05-17)
      Digital Humanities (DH) describes the emerging practice of interpreting humanities content through computing methods to enhance data gathering, analysis, and visualization. Due to factors including scale, complexity, and ...
    • Reading Freire for First World Librarians 

      Beatty, Joshua F. (2015-06-02)
      Librarians in the nascent critical information literacy movement have embraced the dialogical, problem-posing educational model that Paulo Freire described in Pedagogy of the Oppressed. But less well known are Freire's ...
    • Reconsidering Reference for a Generation Without Boundaries 

      O'Hara-Gonya, Elin (The Psychology of Librarianship, 2015)
      Much attention has been focused in the media recently upon the "dangers" that mentally ill college students pose to their communities. Indeed, there have been several well-publicized, albeit sensationalized, accounts of ...
    • Reinforcing Information and Technology Literature: The Plattsburg Tip Sheet 

      Heller-Ross, Holly (College & Research Libraries News, 2004-06)
      This article describes a Plattsburgh State University Library and Information Ser­vices (LIS) faculty workshop on information and technology literacy. The workshop was developed in response to a call for the redraft­ ing ...
    • Social Justify Your Lesson Plan: How to Use Social Media to Make Pop Culture Scholarly 

      Willoughby, Lydia; Blanchat, Kelly (Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook, 2016)
      In this chapter, we describe a lesson plan rooted in feminist pedagogy -- a teaching/learning that actively engages with the material being studied by embracing social media as a viable platform for scholarship. This lesson ...
    • Social Media as Game Strategy: Twitter in the #infolit Instruction Session 

      Willoughby, Lydia; Blanchat, Kelly (2015-06-04)
      The lure of distractions can entice even the strongest of student wills in a computer classroom. Research requires strategic thinking and ordered planning to drown out the noise of online distractions. This poster demonstrates ...
    • Those Immersed Resurface: A Follow Up with Track 2 Participants of the First Information Literacy Immersion 

      Toth, Michelle (College and Research Libraries News, 2003-01)
      So what happens to all those great ideas and all that motivation that we get when we attend conferences and professional development opportunities? In the case of the first Track 2 participants of ACRL's Institute for ...
    • Zotero: A Tool for Constructionist Learning in Critical Information Literacy 

      Beatty, Joshua F. (Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook, 2016)
      The chapter describes a method for teaching Zotero, a bibliographic management program, to undergraduates over the course of a one-shot library instruction session. The session is intended to help students take control of ...