Bibliographic instruction in practice

a tribute to the legacy of Evan Ira Farber
  • 157 Pages
  • 1.25 MB
  • English
Pierian Press , Ann Arbor, Mich
Library orientation., Information services -- User education., Library orientation for college students., Academic libraries -- Reference services., College teachers -- Library orienta
Statementedited by Larry Hardesty, Jamie Hastreiter, David Henderson.
SeriesLibrary orientation series -- 24, Library orientation series -- 24.
ContributionsHardesty, Larry L., Hastreiter, Jamie., Henderson, David, 1945-, Farber, Evan Ira.
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 157 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18326000M
ISBN 100876503288

-- Bibliographic instruction from an administrative point-of-view \/ Lloyd W. Chapin -- Collection development and bibliographic instruction: a relationship \/ Larry Hardesty -- What can you take home?: a summary and wrap-up \/ Donna Trent -- Seleted readings on bibliographic instruction, \/ Scott Mandernack and John Mark Tucker Bibliographic instruction at Earlham College / Evan Farber --A departmental approach to bibliographic instruction ; Appendix A: Curricular strategies for library and literature search skills in biology / William K.

Stephenson --Appendix B: Responsible patienthood paper / Sara Penhale --Appendix C & D: "Cell biology" library project, Winter term Bibliographic Instruction in Practice; What is Good Hanrong Wang, in Academic Libraries in the US and China, Programmed instruction.

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Get PDF ( KB) Abstract. published or submitted for publicatio Publisher: Published version. "Selected Readings on Bibliographic Instruction, ," in Bibliographic Instruction in Practice: A Tribute to the Legacy of Evan Ira Larry Hardesty, Jamie Hastreiter and David Henderson.

Ann Arbor, MI: The Pierian Press, 「Bibliographic instruction in practice: a tribute to the legacy of Evan Ira Farber: based on the 5th Earlham College-Eckerd College Bibliographic Instruction Conference February/ Edited by Larry Hardesty, Jamie Hastreiter, David Henderson」を図書館から This book offers an accessible, practical and engaging guide that provides sample instructional activities supported by theoretical background information, with a focus on the nature of the instructional process in relation Bibliographic instruction in practice book several variables.

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