Claremont Colleges Library
In this presentation, three librarians with diverse roles and employed at three dramatically different academic institutions (a community college, a private liberal arts college, and a public land-grant university) will discuss the ways in which their professional praxis of instruction related to “Information Has Value” converge and diverge. From these varied experiences, the presenters will then propose a tiered model of high-impact approaches to incorporating aspects of the scholarly communication librarian portfolio into library instruction, ranging from introductory community college writing courses to courses for students completing a capstone for their major. The presenters will also suggest ways to scaffold “Information Has Value” across a disciplinary curriculum, including strategies for incorporating stakeholders from across library units for maximum impact.
© 2017 Dani Brecher Cook, Jessica Davila Greene, and Allegra Swift
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Cook, Dani Brecher; Davila Greene, Jessica; and Swift, Allegra, "Information Has Value: A View from Three Institutions" (2017). Library Staff Publications and Research. 58.