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Discovery tool cookbook : recipes for successful lesson plans / by Fawley, Nancy,editor.; Krysak, Nikki,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references.STARTERS: WARM-UP ACTIVITIES. Peer-reviewed journals as geek-out message boards : using analogies to describe publication types / Dr. Smita Avasthi -- Sampling the menu : exploring search results in discovery tools / Natalie Burclaff -- Hold the Onion please : a game where students guess which news headlines are fake and which are real / Amanda Gorrell -- Taste test : can you tell the difference between library and Google results? / Kirsten Hostetler.THE LARDER: SHORT ACTIVITIES TO HAVE ON HAND. What's in your discovery layer? : an introduction to format / Lisa Eggebraaten & Beth Twomey -- Short order citations relay / Jennifer Fuller & Catherine Gray -- Goldilocks and the three searches : learning the judicious use of quotation marks in effective searching / Katie Greer -- Finding a recipe by ingredients / Olga Hart -- Library discovery and draw / Kirsten Hostetler -- Scavenging for research ingredients / Jessica Hronchek -- Cooking up keywords / Grace Kaletski -- When there's no time to cook, but there's a guest at your house, keep something in the freezer you can pop in the oven / Christina Reihman-Murphy -- Using discovery to facilitate source awareness and evaluation / Rachel Scott.TAPAS: GROUP ACTIVITIES. Keywords to the rescue : an essential side dish to spice up your main meal / Joshua Becker -- Teaching discovery through cooperative learning : a jigsaw approach / Robert Farrell -- Potluck dishes and a discovery tool / Laura Graveline -- Reduction deduction : facets as a key ingredient to searching effectively in a discovery layer / Stephanie Graves & Sarah LeMire -- Time-limited tapas / Rhiannon Jones -- Discovery tool scavenger hunt / Laura Nagel -- Document analysis with Holocaust era passports / Brantley Palmer & Rodney Obien -- Discovery tools, fava beans, and a nice chianti : searching the library's catalog to locate tantalizing topics within the collection / Jennifer Pate & Erica England -- Finding the right ingredients : using discovery layers to find different types of sources / Lorelei Rutledge & Sarah LeMire -- Research tool tasting menu accompanied by anonymous wombats, narwhals, and nyan cats : using collaborative google docs to create group research activities that promote exploration and collaborative inquiry / Nancy Schuler -- Cooking up questions : using subject specific online encyclopedia articles in the topic refinement process / Christy R. Stevens -- UNIV 101 appetizer / Patricia Watkins.MEAL PLANS: FULL LESSON PLANS. Know your research game plan! / Ashley Blinstrub -- Shot at discovering library resources / Ruth M. Castillo -- Word cloud search sushi / Kierston Cox & James E. Scholz -- Finding and evaluating sources : ingredients for discovery tool success / William Cuthbertson, Stephanie Evers & Brianne Markowski -- Interactive discovery : puzzling out discovery tool essentials / William Cuthbertson, Stephanie Evers & Brianne Markowski -- Library quest : hosting a banquet feast / Caleb Domsey & Aliya Dalfen -- Tic-tac-toe and discover / Christine Elliott -- Interview preparation gumbo / Lateka Grays -- Shopping for the best ingredients : resource evaluation and discovery tool searching / Alexandra Hamlett -- A balanced plateful : the pyramid of evidence / Rebecca Hewitt -- Discovering connections : a gourmet reading map / Johanna MacKay & Barbara Norelli -- Using film as a starting point for information literacy instruction / Ilona MacNamara -- First-year-seminar discovery tool casserole / Henri Mondschein -- Discovering inquiry workshop / Mark Robison -- A case of the research munchies : evaluating which resource will hit the spot / Brandon West & Michelle Costello.REGIONAL FARE: LESSON PLANS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND K-12. Introducing research basics : history day programming for local high schools / Megan Allison -- Subject term soup (with vocabulary garnish) / Emily Crist & Lauren Strachan -- Wholesale distribution / Amy Fyn -- Is greed good? : using research to make informed, evidence-based decisions / Jeff Miller, Melissa Langridge & Bridget Doloresco -- Cold and spicy call number soup with noodle salad : serving up a banquet for international students/English as a second language (ESL) learners / Leila June Rod-Welch -- Which came first : the whale or the egg? / Dr. A.M. Salaz & Teresa MacGregor.ROOM SERVICE: FLIPPING THE CLASSROOM. Discovery layers and the flipped classroom : recipe for success! / Cara Berg -- Poutine à la carte : teaching humanities research to graduate students with a discovery tool / Éthel Gamache -- Pricing the ingredients / Tammy Ivins.
Subjects: Library orientation for college students.; Online bibliographic searching; Electronic information resource searching; Internet searching; Research;
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The embedded librarian's cookbook / by Calkins, Kaijsa,editor.; Kvenild, Cassandra,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references.How to create an embedded library instruction services (ELIS) assignment / SaraJane Tompkins, Michael F. Strahan, and Judith Puncochar -- Just because it's on Google doesn't mean it's free for me to use! : helping students navigate the muddy waters of copyright and fair use! / Michelle Costello, Maria Perpetua Socorro Liwanag, and Steve Dresbach -- Tapas-style instruction : small bytes for speech/debate campers / Michelle Twait -- Too many cooks in the kitchen? : improving students' research approach by providing them with the necessary tools / Kimberly Davies-Hoffman and Paul Pacheco -- Twitter tapas for embedded librarianship : "byte-size" course integrated literacy instruction while engaging students in almost-synchronous virtual reference / Carol Hartman -- Steps to success : exploring the research process with first-year students / Andrea Falcone -- Eat dessert first! : flipping the sequence of information literacy instruction to enhance student learning / Nancy Fawley -- Sauté, simmer, reduce : embedded lessons in the research process for first-year composition students / Robin Miller -- From smorgasbord to sous-chef : communities of practice in information literacy / Marianne Giltrud -- One ingredient, many flavors : following one event through the information timeline / Nia Lam and Beth Sanderson -- A research-infused entree for first-year students / Stacy Shah and Connie James-Jenkin -- Librarian prescription / Caroline Conley and Claire Murata -- Avoiding plagiarism : don't get burned / Cate Calhoun Ovaret -- Cooking up collaboration! : faculty-librarian collaboration in online instruction / Melissa Langridge, Kristin Burger, Blake Carver, and Natalie Bennett -- 5 shakes at information literacy / Sara Klink and Melissa Bauer -- iMovie, MS PowerPoint, ProShow producer, oh my! : helping students find the right path to creating meaningful digital projects / Steve Dresbach, Maria Perpetua Socorro Liwanag, and Michelle Costello -- Roman pancake tart a la library : a multi-layered approach to integrating library nstruction into a classical studies course / Chanitra Bishop and Catherine Minter -- Telling stories about the library : using photo-comics as student research narratives / Matt Upson and Alex Mudd -- Preparing for some sweet chemistry / Bonnie Fong -- Slow-cooking method for librarian embedding in chemistry curriculum development / Ignacio J. Ferrer-Vinent -- Marinating on workplace information use and behavior / Chanitra Bishop and Christina Sheley -- Preparing the perfect paper / Claire Clemens -- Embedded librarian for a writing course in the clinical nurse leader program / Lin Wu -- PICO de Gallo : spicing up evidence-based nursing research / Cass Kvenild and Jenny Garcia -- Five-course meal infused with information skills and resources / Kimberly Whalen and Suzanne Zentz -- Preparing online doctoral students for success / Swapna Kumar and Marilyn Ochoa -- Tantalizing treats : scholarly research in sensitive subjects / Beth Tumbleson with Richelle Frabotta -- Cooking up a concept map with Prezi : conceptualizing the artist statement / Katie Greer -- Building and tactile learning in the literature classroom / Alison Valk and Robin Wharton -- Primary source stew : helping students create a historical narrative using primary sources in the university archives / Erin Lawrimore -- Cookin' up state and local government research / Stacy Shah and Connie James-Jenkin -- Feed them when they're hungry : embedding in an online asynchronous graduate level research and writing course / Quiana Johnson -- Pathways potluck : they bring the questions, we bring the research! / Beth Filar Williams and Jenny Dale -- The slow-baked ham of integrated librarianship : getting into online learning spaces with limited resources / Heather Lamond and Elizabeth Chisholm -- Brunch with a side of hashtags / Melissa Mallon -- Information literacy MREs : pre-packaged modules for research ease / Jennifer Kelley -- Presentation is everything : creating an online personal profile / Julie Cornett -- Taste testing scholarly and popular content to learn about authority and information context / Elizabeth Leonard -- Slow-cooked embedded services / Valerie Knight and Charissa Loftis -- An annotated bibliography medley / Megan McGuire and Serene Rock -- The research process tasting menu : bite-sized information literacy skills embedded in online courses / Jennifer C. Hill -- Art and soul : appetizers designed for community-based working artists / Judy Wanner, Linda Graburn, and Jane Burpee -- Memes on the menu : tasty tactics to get your athletes on track / Nicole Pagowsky and Erica DeFrain -- Whipping up a better world : embedding library instruction into service learning classes with community based research assignments / Theresa McDevitt -- The golden carrot : cooking demonstrations as library outreach / Mark Bieraguel -- Taking the research game on the road : librarian's office hours for student athletes / Susan Avery -- Blending in library instruction is a recipe for academic success : embedding information literacy instruction in campus life / Theresa McDevitt -- Assessment layer cake : online learning and virtual dessert / Helene Gold -- Marinated in information literacy : using curriculum mapping to assess the depth, breadth, and content of your embedded instruction program / Leslie Bussert -- Course meal (plus dessert!) : embedding information literacy into the first year seminar curriculum / Lisa Coats and Anne Pemberton -- Conversion recipe : from tableside service to buffet style : shifting a micro embedded model to macro / Jennie Simning and Erika Bennett -- Library widget for the learning management system (with a dash of contextual relevance) / Mike Flakus and Amy Hofer -- Culinary school : fundamentals of library cuisine for faculty / Ariana Baker -- A la carte library instruction : empowering faculty to teach information literacy / Jason Vance and Amy York -- Don't bite off more than you can chew! : creating a sustainable embedded librarian service for academic libraries / Jessica Mussel.A companion volume to their 2011 publication, Embedded Librarianship: Moving Beyond One-shot Instruction, the editors developed this volume from proposals received for the original book that contained outstanding practices in embedded librarianship. These practices and proposals were reworked into this companion volume, similar in scope and style to ACRL's 2009 Library Instruction Cookbook, but focused on embedded librarianship. It includes advice from experts and step-by-step guidelines for implementing practices of embedded librarianship, using tools to accomplish those goals, and working with faculty and student populations to embed in courses.
Subjects: Academic libraries; Information literacy; Research; Library orientation for college students.;
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The first-year experience cookbook / by Pun, Raymond,1985-editor.; Houlihan, Meggan,editor.;
"First-year students face many challenges in adjusting to university life, including making the most of the university library. Librarians are constantly addressing student misconceptions about libraries and locating information, and have been working hard to reach first-year students and create high-impact practices in student retention. The First-Year Experience Cookbook provides librarians with a series of innovative approaches to teaching and assessing information literacy skills during a student's first year. Featuring four chapters--Orientations, Library Instruction, Programs, and Assessment--and more than 60 practical, easy-to-implement recipes, this book compiles lessons and techniques for you to adapt, repurpose, and implement in your libraries. This cookbook is essential for all academic and school librarians looking for ideas on how to infuse the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education in their first-year courses and instruction; design and assess effective services and programs; and engage and retain students" --Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects: Library orientation for college students.; Library orientation for college students; College freshmen; Information literacy; Instruction librarians.; Academic libraries;
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