Char Booth (California State University San Marcos) - Why reflect? The holistic practice of stepping back
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Appleton, L. & Staddon, E. Academic support teaching and learning development programme at the University of the Arts London.
Arif, S. & Martzoukou, K. No social media please, we are researchers.
Baird, I., Porritt, F. & Lumb, E. Peer to peer part 2: a follow up study of students' information literacy development using a student researcher.
Ballard, K. The CRAP! Game. (Lagadothon)
Bedford, N. A Flying Start to higher education study.
Bell, R. Digilab.
Benjes Small, C. & Mickle, A. Integrating information literacy into a team-based learning course.
Bentley, E., Pavey, S., Todd, S., Shaper, S. & Webb, C. Effective partnerships with schools? Essential knowledge for successful outreach.
Bentley, S. & Latham, M. Stepping it up: supporting research IL.
Berman, E. & Hensley, M. Perceptions & understandings of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy. (& handout)
Brown, M., Ward, S. & Margolin, S. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? What can students learn asking questions about comics?
Butler, E., Ayre, L. & DaCosta, J. Defining delivery (@ Derby): upgrading support for online learners.
Carbery, A., Godwin, L. & Cottrell, J. Appreciative inquiry - strengths-based approach to information literacy instruction.
Carbery, A. & Leahy, S. "Are they learning?" Building a longitudinal model of information literacy assessment.
Conlan, R., Evans, C., Jewell, H. & Mocanu, A. Working together to make something new: developing a programme of peer-led outreach.
Courtney, M. & Donovan, C. Confidence, frustration, and worry: the role of emotions in student learning & research.
Deitering, A. & Gascho Rempel, H. Does the research paper kill curiosity? Collaborating with faculty to support learning and exploration.
Dore, L. & McSharry, B. All aboard! Enabling and empowering staff & students to flourish in the digital age.
Dunne, S. & MacMillan, M. Information use in natural habitats: a comparative study of graduates in the work place in Ireland & Canada.
Evans, C. & Conlan, R. Student engagement through peer-led outreach and collaboration.
Fahey, C. & Isuster, M.Y. Playing for keeps: game design and implementation for long-term learning.
Falcone, A. & Ellis, L. Communicating value through student learning assessment.
Goldstein, S. & Bent, M. A graduate employability lens for the SCONUL Seven Pillars of Information Literacy.
Hickey, P. Are we there yet?
Hynes, J. & Webster, L. Adjusting academic expectations: improving self-confidence in international postgraduate students.
Jefferson, C. Business Library Resources Jeopardy Game. (Lagadothon)
Kerr, N., Chatten, Z. & Thompson, E. All you need to startup is KnowHow: creating a scalable information literacy programme at the University of Liverpool.
Kessinger, P. What are you looking for?
Leahy, S. & Carbery, A. From traditional to critical: embracing critical pedagogy in instructional design.
Mogg, R. & Morgan, F. Beyond the ivory tower: community engagement and student transition to university.
Morrison, C. & Secker, J. The Publishing Trap: an interactive game to allow postgraduate students and researchers to consider the implications of traditional, recent and emerging academic publishing models. (Lagadothon)
O'Donovan, N., Ronan, S. & Rowan, C. Rudai 23: Using Social Media for Teaching and Learning. (Interactive poster)
Pacheco, J. Better Informed Bibliography (BIB) Game. (Lagadothon)
Pavey, S. Creating an Essay Jigsaw Puzzle. (Lagadothon)
Payne, D., Lawson, S., Gallagher, J. & Smith, L. Censoring the web: mapping content filtering in UK public libraries.
Pickard, A., Walton, G., Dobbs, L. & Hepworth, M. Road mapping the digital jungle.
Radbourne, C., Paterson, F. & Atkinson, J. Creating an online treasure hunt for your library users.
Reid, W. All for One!
Reilly, P. Creative techniques to engage students deeper.
Russell, P., McGuinness, C. Burns, J. & O'Brien, E. Library Association of Ireland Task Force on Information Literacy (TFIL): challenges and new directions.
Secker, J. & Morrison, C. Copyright literacy in the UK: tackling anxiety through learning and games.
Singleton, H. & Jones, P. Masters of the UniVerse!
Tewell, E. & Angell, K. Teaching and un-teaching authority: evaluating sources in the critical library classroom.
Tewell, E., Tomlin, N. & Mullins, K. What actually happens: an ethnographic investigation of student library use.
Tran, N., Rigby, M. & Zeidman-Karpinski, A. The students run the session: hands-off one-shots with a library game.
Tuohy, F. LIST Online - Information Literacy Support for MU Students. (Interactive poster)
Walker, J., Laws, S., Mussleman, P. & Verjee, M. Using interactive narrative to drive student learning.
Walsh, A. Escaping the induction... (Lagadothon)
Walsh, A. & Haigh, J. Transform-IT: on the magic roundabout of skills.
Walton, G., Childs, M. & Hetherington, J. AMORES: An Approach to Motivating learners to Read in European Schools - digital literacy in action.
Wiley, C., Houlihan, M. & Click, A.B. Bridging the international divide: a systematic review of international students and information literacy.
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