Faculty and Librarians Unite! How Two Librarians and One Faculty Member Developed an Information Literacy Strategy for Distance Education Students
JLISIDL Volume 8, Number 3, ISSN 1533-290X
Librarians know that collaboration with faculty is crucial when developing effective information literacy initiatives. Our case study, based on the ADDIE model of instructional design, set out to determine if a collaborative approach between faculty and librarians could effectively support students in a distance education course. Set in a small university, our study details how two librarians, embedded within a distance education course, teamed up with the course's faculty member to deliver research and citation help to students at their point of need. This collaboration extended from the planning stages to implementation and evaluation, to the identification of future research goals.
Easter, J., Bailey, S. & Klages, G. (2014). Faculty and Librarians Unite! How Two Librarians and One Faculty Member Developed an Information Literacy Strategy for Distance Education Students. Journal of Library & Information Services In Distance Learning, 8(3), 242-262.
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