Leading by Example: Instructional shadowing as a professional development tool As instructors, we each have a style and specific strategies for engaging students and communicating information effectively. Continued engagement, development, and improvement as instructors can be difficult when we ...
Improving the Effectiveness of LibGuides through Usability Testing As information professionals, one of our primary responsibilities is to make information findable. As the amount of information continues to grow exponentially, the need to organize content and simplify the search process ...
Joining forces with Faculty to Foster Information Literacy Best Practices in the Classroom Faculty often are frustrated by the quality of student research, including low scholarly resource use and lack of evaluation skills. Miami University (Oxford, OH) has created a faculty learning community (comprised of both ...
11 digital publishing trends to watch this year and their potential impact on libraries (2014-02-04)Presented at Library and Information Technology Association (LITA) National Forum, Columbus, OH.
The choice is yours: Collections in a patron-driven climate (2014-02-04)