The Teaching Library: Approaches to Assessing Information Literacy Instruction
How do you make the case that your library is a valuable instruction center? The Teaching Library helps librarians assess data on information literacy instruction programs so that they can better support the teaching role of the academic library in campus settings. This practical, professional resource features case studies from across the United States and Canada—in both public and private institutions—that offer a variety of evaluation methods.
Walter, Scott, "The Teaching Library: Approaches to Assessing Information Literacy Instruction" (2007). Staff Publications - University Libraries. 129.
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