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Flipping Out over Online Library Instruction: A Case Study in Faculty-Librarian Collaboration
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JLISIDL Volume 10, Number 3, ISSN 1533-290X

Abstract

This case study both shines a light on the flipped classroom paradigm and exemplifies successful faculty-librarian collaboration. The co-authors leveraged an existing collegial relationship into a productive partnership to create a multi-faceted flipped classroom module. The module, developed over the course of three and a half years, was designed to address reported student difficulty using the online library for graduate research. The case study also examines the special needs of online learners and adult/non-traditional students in graduate programs, and addresses research support for the various types of instructional materials described.

Citation

Hawes, S.L. & Mason Adamson, J. (2016). Flipping Out over Online Library Instruction: A Case Study in Faculty-Librarian Collaboration. Journal of Library & Information Services In Distance Learning, 10(3), 254-267. Retrieved April 9, 2020 from .

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