The New Information Literacy Instruction: Best practices
Chapter in a Book
This book chapter describes the collaborative efforts of an academic librarian and nursing faculty in the development of a robust health sciences-focused information literacy instruction workshop. After several years of “standard” IL sessions, both the librarian and faculty wanted to create a more dynamic, active learning environment for students enrolled in the nursing research and evidence-based practice course. In addition, the author reflects on the challenges and successes of working with faculty when a nursing department is undergoing programmatic and curriculum changes.
Gruwell, C. (2015). Building Bridges for Student Success. In Wood, S & Ragains, P. (Eds.). The New Information Literacy Instruction: Best practices. Lanham, MD: Rowan and Littlefield Publishers.
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