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If You Build It, Will They Learn? Assessing Online Information Literacy Tutorials.
(College and Research Libraries, 2006-11)
With the support of an internal grant, the Washington State University Library Instruction Department was able to undertake an assessment program to measure the use and effectiveness of online tutorials built by the ...
Why We Do What We Do: Exploring Priorities within Public Services Librarianship
(portal: Libraries and the Academy, 2006-07)
Public services librarians perform an increasingly diverse set of duties, and this study explores which job components are most important to librarians. The researchers surveyed public services librarians at ARL libraries ...
Learning More About How They Think: Information Literacy Instruction in a Campus-wide Critical Thinking Project
(Haworth Press, 2008)
Critical thinking and information literacy are strongly connected. At Washington State University, librarians have been involved with first-year experience programs and with a grant-funded critical thinking project that ...
Assessing Library Instruction in the Freshman Seminar: A Citation Analysis Study
(Reference Services Review, 2004)
The discussion of freshman seminar done by librarians was about developing effective methods for evaluation of their resources websites, as students rarely used them. The seminar also evaluated the quality of newly submitted ...