Last Updated: Nov 13, 2017
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- Fake News, Information Literacy and Teaching College Students, Circulating Ideas episode 113 with William Badke (34:08 min.)
Guest host Troy Swanson chats with William B. Badke, Associate Librarian at Trinity Western University, Canada, about fake news.
- Fake News, Journalism and Libraries: Circulating Ideas episode 108 Interview with Jeremy Shermak (37:04 min.)
Guest host Troy Swanson chats with Jeremy Shermak about differentiating journalism from “the media,” professional ethics, and both recognizing and accepting our biases.
- Fake News, Information Literacy and Epistemology: Circulating Ideas episode 104 Interview with Lane Wilkinson (39:30)
Guest host Troy Swanson chats with Lane Wilkinson, Director of Library Instruction at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
- Teaching Students, Not Standards: Threshold Crossings for Students and Instructors Alike
Burgess, C. (2015). Teaching Students, Not Standards: The New ACRL Information Literacy Framework and Threshold Crossings for Instructors. Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 10(1), 1.
From the abstract: "How might we best create a space in which the desired student knowledge practices and dispositions flourish? How can we approach IL education as fellow students – ones who just happen to be at a different point on the same path of lifelong learning?"
Framework Spotlight on Scholarship article, January 13, 2016
- Featured Article -- May 2017
How Writing Program Best Practices Have Transformed Carleton College /by Carol Rutz and Nathan D. Grawe