- Provides helpful advice and guidance for seamlessly integrating library research competencies into first-year courses- Offers practical models and real life examples of successful student-centered, course-based library research assignments- Is written by an academic librarian with nearly 20 years of experience in the field
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List of figures and table
About the author
Chapter 1: The Millennials go to the library: or do they?
Introducing the Millennials
Characteristics of this new generation
What is information literacy and do contemporary undergraduates really need it?
Attitudinal shifts: addressing truculence in the faculty lounge
Chapter 2: Information literacy in the context of the first year
Attending to novice researchers
Process-centered library research
How can course content and information literacy co-exist?
Chapter 3: Pragmatic pedagogical approaches
From the start: advice from librarian colleagues
Creating effective library experiences
The next step: advancing information literacy beyond the first year
One final note
Appendix: resources about integrating information literacy in the undergraduate classroom
Molly R. Flaspohler is Special Projects Librarian at Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota where she has worked for 19 years. She has published and presented on a range of library issues including program assessment, information literacy in first-year composition courses, and librarian sabbatical leave trends.