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dc.contributor.authorHilles, Stefanie
dc.identifier.otherHilles, S. A. Creative Deconstruction: Using Zines to Teach the ACRL Framework. LOEX Library Instruction and Information Literacy Conference. Virtual.en_US
dc.description.abstractZines not only record the narratives of counter-cultural movements and preserve the voices of marginalized people, their creation and history can also be used to implicitly teach students elements of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy. This presentation investigates how one-shot zine-making workshops, where students have the opportunity to interact with the library’s zine archive and make their own zines, can support the ACRL concepts that Authority is Constructed and Controlled and Information Has Value by engaging students in creative processes. Attendees will learn why the history of zines makes them an excellent medium for examining these frames as well as specific zine-making assignments and activities they can use in their own libraries.en_US
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dc.titleCreative Deconstruction: Using Zines to Teach the ACRL Frameworken_US
dc.typeConference Presentationen_US

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