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Enhancing teaching and learning in the 21st-century academic library : successful innovations that make a difference / edited by Bradford Lee Eden.

Contributor(s): Eden, Bradford Lee [].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Creating the 21st-century academic library ; 2.Publisher: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2015]Copyright date: ©2015Description: xi, 214 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781442247031 (cloth : alkaline paper); 9781442247055 (pbk. : alkaline paper).Subject(s): Academic libraries -- Effect of technological innovations on | Academic libraries -- Information technology | Academic librarians -- Effect of technological innovations on | Education, Higher -- Effect of technological innovations on | Educational innovationsDDC classification: 027.7
Contents:
Open access for student success / Teri Oaks Gallaway and James B. Hobbs -- The library-bookstore revisited / James Lund -- Librarians and MOOCs / Loren Turner and Jennifer Wondracek -- Trends in medical library instruction and training : a survey study / Antonio DeRosa and Marisol Hernandez -- Using digital badges to enhance research instruction in academic libraries / Susan David deMaine, Catherine A. Lemmer, Benjamin J. Keele, and Hannah Alcasid -- The librarian and the media producer : creating an audio-archive based on a unique collection / Helen Fallon and Anne O'Brien -- York College Library's school media specialist : a new library model for easing the transition from high school to college / Christina Miller and John Drobnicki -- Unleashing the power of the iPad / Michelle Currier and Mike Magilligan -- Training library staff with badges and gamification / Cyndi Harbeson and Scott Rice -- Gamification and librarianship: a new DART-Europe ready to roll / Diana Parlic, Adam Sofronijevic, and Mladen Cudanov -- Creating connective library spaces: a librarian-student collaboration model / Alexander Watkins and Rebecca Kuglitsch -- Merging Web 2.0 and social media into information literacy instruction / Rachel Wexelbaum and Plamen Miltenoff -- Library instruction in the age of constructivism : engaging students with active learning technologies / Anthony Holderied and Michael C. Alewine.
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Z 675 .U5 .E54 2015 (Browse shelf) c.1 Available Requested by College of Education 16-026604
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Open access for student success / Teri Oaks Gallaway and James B. Hobbs -- The library-bookstore revisited / James Lund -- Librarians and MOOCs / Loren Turner and Jennifer Wondracek -- Trends in medical library instruction and training : a survey study / Antonio DeRosa and Marisol Hernandez -- Using digital badges to enhance research instruction in academic libraries / Susan David deMaine, Catherine A. Lemmer, Benjamin J. Keele, and Hannah Alcasid -- The librarian and the media producer : creating an audio-archive based on a unique collection / Helen Fallon and Anne O'Brien -- York College Library's school media specialist : a new library model for easing the transition from high school to college / Christina Miller and John Drobnicki -- Unleashing the power of the iPad / Michelle Currier and Mike Magilligan -- Training library staff with badges and gamification / Cyndi Harbeson and Scott Rice -- Gamification and librarianship: a new DART-Europe ready to roll / Diana Parlic, Adam Sofronijevic, and Mladen Cudanov -- Creating connective library spaces: a librarian-student collaboration model / Alexander Watkins and Rebecca Kuglitsch -- Merging Web 2.0 and social media into information literacy instruction / Rachel Wexelbaum and Plamen Miltenoff -- Library instruction in the age of constructivism : engaging students with active learning technologies / Anthony Holderied and Michael C. Alewine.

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