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The Resource Critical library pedagogy handbook, edited by Nicole Pagowsky and Kelly McElroy

Critical library pedagogy handbook, edited by Nicole Pagowsky and Kelly McElroy

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Critical library pedagogy handbook
Title
Critical library pedagogy handbook
Statement of responsibility
edited by Nicole Pagowsky and Kelly McElroy
Contributor
Editor
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"A collection designed by instruction librarians to promote critical thinking and engaged learning, this volume provides teaching librarians detailed, ready-to-use, and easily adaptable lesson ideas to help students understand and be transformed by information literacy threshold concepts. The lessons in this book, created by teaching librarians across the country, are categorized according to the six information literacy frames identified in the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education"--
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Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • forms
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • handbooks
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Pagowsky, Nicole,
  • McElroy, Kelly,
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Information literacy
  • Information literacy
  • Academic libraries
  • Library orientation
  • Information resources
  • Electronic information resources
  • Critical pedagogy
  • Reflective teaching
Label
Critical library pedagogy handbook, edited by Nicole Pagowsky and Kelly McElroy
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1.
  • Essays and workbook activities
  • v. 2.
  • Lesson plans
  • How unplanned events can sharpen the critical focus in information literacy instruction
  • using feminist pedagogy to raise critical questions in the information literacy classroom
  • Sharon Ladenson
  • Authority and source evaluation in the critical library classroom
  • Eamon Tewell and Katelyn Angell
  • Critical pedagogy and the information cycle :
  • a practical application
  • Gina Schlesselman-Tarango and frances Suderman
  • Critical engagement with numbers and images
  • Christine Photinos
  • Critical consciousness and search :
  • Ian Beilin
  • an introductory visualization
  • Sarah Polkinghorne
  • Googling Google :
  • search engines as market actors in library instruction
  • Jacob Berg
  • Zines as primary sources
  • Kelly Wooten
  • Teaching with Riot grrrl :
  • an active learning session at the intersections of authenticity and social justice
  • Amy Gilgan
  • "Taking back" information literacy :
  • Using pop culture, feminist pedagogy, and current events to help students explore multiple sides of an argument
  • Dory Cochran
  • Zines in classroom :
  • critical librarianship and participatory collections
  • Robin Potter and Alycia Sellie
  • Where should these books go?
  • Haruko Yamauchi
  • Questioning health sciences authority
  • Xan Goodman
  • Critical pedagogy for business and management undergraduates :
  • time and the one-shot in the neoliberal university
  • evaluation of marketing information
  • Ilana Stonebraker, Caitlan Maxwell, and Jessica Jerrit
  • Teaching with data :
  • visualization and information as a critical process
  • Andrew Battista and Jill Conte
  • From traditional to critical :
  • highlighting issues of injustice and discrimination through primary sources
  • Alan Carbery and Sean Leahy
  • My primary sources :
  • using student personal history as a gateway to historical context
  • Karen P. Nicholson
  • Margaret Browndorf
  • Historical newspapers and critical thinking :
  • a lesson plan
  • Gina Levitan
  • Thinking through visualizations :
  • critical data literacy using remittances
  • Erin Pappas, Celia Emmelhainz, and Maura Seale
  • Critically reflective final exercise
  • Angela Pashia
  • Fresh techniques :
  • At odds with assessment :
  • hip hop and library research
  • Dave Ellenwood and Alyssa Berger
  • Social justify your lesson plan :
  • how to use social media to make pop culture scholarly
  • Lydia Willoughby and Kelly Blanchat
  • Zotero :
  • a tool for constructionist learning in critical information literacy
  • Joshua F. Beatty
  • Ten-minute brainstorm in a first-year English one-off
  • Jenna Freedman
  • being a critical educator within the academy
  • How to get to the library from here, there, and everywhere!
  • Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem
  • Incorporating critically conscious assessment into a large-scale information literacy program
  • Rachel Gammons
  • Carolyn Caffrey Gardner and Rebecca Halpern
  • What standards do and what they don't
  • Emily Drabinski and Meghan Sitar
  • v. 1 :
  • Barriers to critical pedagogy in information literacy teaching
  • Gr Keer
  • Loading examples to further human rights education
  • Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe
  • Social constructivism and critical information literacy
  • Jessica Critten and Andrea G. Stanfield
  • Finding and analyzing information for action and reflection :
  • possibilities and limitations of popular education in one-shot library instruction
  • Kenny Garcia
  • Collaborative pedagogies :
  • Essays and workbook activities.
  • LIS courses and public library partnerships
  • Jessica Hochman
  • What is possible :
  • setting the stage for co-exploration in archives and special collections
  • Patrick Williams
  • Of the people, by the people, for the people :
  • critical pedagogy and government information
  • Melanie Maksin
  • The failed pedagogy of punishment :
  • moving discussions of plagiarism beyond detection and discipline
  • Falling out of praxis :
  • Kevin P. Seeber
  • Queering library instruction for composition :
  • embracing the failure
  • Ashley P. Ireland
  • Search and destroy :
  • punk rock tactics for library instruction
  • Caitlin Shanley and Laura Chance
  • Cultivating a mind of one's own :
  • drawing on critical information literacy and liberal education
  • Elizabeth Galoozis and Caro Pinto
  • reflection as a pedagogical habit of mind
  • Reflections on the retention narrative :
  • extending critical pedagogy beyond the classroom
  • Alison Hicks and Caroline Sinkinson
  • We don't count :
  • the invisibility of teaching librarians in statistics on academic instructional labor
  • Aliqae Geraci
  • Leave your "expert" hat at the door :
  • embracing critical pedagogy to create a community of librarian learners
  • Marisol Ramos, Dawn Cadogan, Sharon Giovenale, Kathleen R. Labadorf, and Jennifer Snow
  • Starting small :
  • Heidi LM Jacobs
  • practicing critical pedagogy through collective conversation
  • Megan Watson and Dave Ellenwood
  • Developing a "critical pedagogy disposition"
  • Donna Witek
  • Resistance is fertile :
  • (or everything I know about teaching I learned in yoga class)
  • Robert Schroeder
  • Using personal reflection to incorporate antiracist pedagogy in library instruction
  • Melissa Kalpin Prescott
  • Critical self-reflection :
  • Learning from teaching :
  • moving inward to provide outward service
  • Xan Goodman
  • Carrots in the brownies :
  • incorporating critical librarianship in unlikely places
  • Maura Seale
  • Fresh techniques :
  • getting ready to use hip hop in the classroom
  • Danielle Rowland
  • Course materials :
  • reinforcing dominant narratives or challenging mindsets
  • a dialogue of risk and reflection
  • Elizabeth Mens
  • Information worlds and you :
  • harnessing theory for instruction
  • Julia Skinner
  • Documenting your critical journey
  • Nicole A. Cooke
  • v. 2 :
  • Lesson plans.
  • Mapping power and privilege in scholarly conversations
  • Lauren Wallis
  • Anne Jumonville Graf
  • Moving students to the center through collaborative documents in the classroom
  • Maura Smale and Stephen Francoeur
  • Deconstructing gender in financial literacy
  • Fobazi M. Ettarh
  • Question authority and be an authority :
  • the future belongs to us
  • Romel Espinel
  • Podcasting as pedagogy
  • Nora Almeida
  • Speaking up :
Control code
949850810
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9780838988503
Lccn
2016010846
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
40026816619
Other physical details
illustrations, forms
System control number
(OCoLC)949850810
Label
Critical library pedagogy handbook, edited by Nicole Pagowsky and Kelly McElroy
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1.
  • Essays and workbook activities
  • v. 2.
  • Lesson plans
  • How unplanned events can sharpen the critical focus in information literacy instruction
  • using feminist pedagogy to raise critical questions in the information literacy classroom
  • Sharon Ladenson
  • Authority and source evaluation in the critical library classroom
  • Eamon Tewell and Katelyn Angell
  • Critical pedagogy and the information cycle :
  • a practical application
  • Gina Schlesselman-Tarango and frances Suderman
  • Critical engagement with numbers and images
  • Christine Photinos
  • Critical consciousness and search :
  • Ian Beilin
  • an introductory visualization
  • Sarah Polkinghorne
  • Googling Google :
  • search engines as market actors in library instruction
  • Jacob Berg
  • Zines as primary sources
  • Kelly Wooten
  • Teaching with Riot grrrl :
  • an active learning session at the intersections of authenticity and social justice
  • Amy Gilgan
  • "Taking back" information literacy :
  • Using pop culture, feminist pedagogy, and current events to help students explore multiple sides of an argument
  • Dory Cochran
  • Zines in classroom :
  • critical librarianship and participatory collections
  • Robin Potter and Alycia Sellie
  • Where should these books go?
  • Haruko Yamauchi
  • Questioning health sciences authority
  • Xan Goodman
  • Critical pedagogy for business and management undergraduates :
  • time and the one-shot in the neoliberal university
  • evaluation of marketing information
  • Ilana Stonebraker, Caitlan Maxwell, and Jessica Jerrit
  • Teaching with data :
  • visualization and information as a critical process
  • Andrew Battista and Jill Conte
  • From traditional to critical :
  • highlighting issues of injustice and discrimination through primary sources
  • Alan Carbery and Sean Leahy
  • My primary sources :
  • using student personal history as a gateway to historical context
  • Karen P. Nicholson
  • Margaret Browndorf
  • Historical newspapers and critical thinking :
  • a lesson plan
  • Gina Levitan
  • Thinking through visualizations :
  • critical data literacy using remittances
  • Erin Pappas, Celia Emmelhainz, and Maura Seale
  • Critically reflective final exercise
  • Angela Pashia
  • Fresh techniques :
  • At odds with assessment :
  • hip hop and library research
  • Dave Ellenwood and Alyssa Berger
  • Social justify your lesson plan :
  • how to use social media to make pop culture scholarly
  • Lydia Willoughby and Kelly Blanchat
  • Zotero :
  • a tool for constructionist learning in critical information literacy
  • Joshua F. Beatty
  • Ten-minute brainstorm in a first-year English one-off
  • Jenna Freedman
  • being a critical educator within the academy
  • How to get to the library from here, there, and everywhere!
  • Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem
  • Incorporating critically conscious assessment into a large-scale information literacy program
  • Rachel Gammons
  • Carolyn Caffrey Gardner and Rebecca Halpern
  • What standards do and what they don't
  • Emily Drabinski and Meghan Sitar
  • v. 1 :
  • Barriers to critical pedagogy in information literacy teaching
  • Gr Keer
  • Loading examples to further human rights education
  • Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe
  • Social constructivism and critical information literacy
  • Jessica Critten and Andrea G. Stanfield
  • Finding and analyzing information for action and reflection :
  • possibilities and limitations of popular education in one-shot library instruction
  • Kenny Garcia
  • Collaborative pedagogies :
  • Essays and workbook activities.
  • LIS courses and public library partnerships
  • Jessica Hochman
  • What is possible :
  • setting the stage for co-exploration in archives and special collections
  • Patrick Williams
  • Of the people, by the people, for the people :
  • critical pedagogy and government information
  • Melanie Maksin
  • The failed pedagogy of punishment :
  • moving discussions of plagiarism beyond detection and discipline
  • Falling out of praxis :
  • Kevin P. Seeber
  • Queering library instruction for composition :
  • embracing the failure
  • Ashley P. Ireland
  • Search and destroy :
  • punk rock tactics for library instruction
  • Caitlin Shanley and Laura Chance
  • Cultivating a mind of one's own :
  • drawing on critical information literacy and liberal education
  • Elizabeth Galoozis and Caro Pinto
  • reflection as a pedagogical habit of mind
  • Reflections on the retention narrative :
  • extending critical pedagogy beyond the classroom
  • Alison Hicks and Caroline Sinkinson
  • We don't count :
  • the invisibility of teaching librarians in statistics on academic instructional labor
  • Aliqae Geraci
  • Leave your "expert" hat at the door :
  • embracing critical pedagogy to create a community of librarian learners
  • Marisol Ramos, Dawn Cadogan, Sharon Giovenale, Kathleen R. Labadorf, and Jennifer Snow
  • Starting small :
  • Heidi LM Jacobs
  • practicing critical pedagogy through collective conversation
  • Megan Watson and Dave Ellenwood
  • Developing a "critical pedagogy disposition"
  • Donna Witek
  • Resistance is fertile :
  • (or everything I know about teaching I learned in yoga class)
  • Robert Schroeder
  • Using personal reflection to incorporate antiracist pedagogy in library instruction
  • Melissa Kalpin Prescott
  • Critical self-reflection :
  • Learning from teaching :
  • moving inward to provide outward service
  • Xan Goodman
  • Carrots in the brownies :
  • incorporating critical librarianship in unlikely places
  • Maura Seale
  • Fresh techniques :
  • getting ready to use hip hop in the classroom
  • Danielle Rowland
  • Course materials :
  • reinforcing dominant narratives or challenging mindsets
  • a dialogue of risk and reflection
  • Elizabeth Mens
  • Information worlds and you :
  • harnessing theory for instruction
  • Julia Skinner
  • Documenting your critical journey
  • Nicole A. Cooke
  • v. 2 :
  • Lesson plans.
  • Mapping power and privilege in scholarly conversations
  • Lauren Wallis
  • Anne Jumonville Graf
  • Moving students to the center through collaborative documents in the classroom
  • Maura Smale and Stephen Francoeur
  • Deconstructing gender in financial literacy
  • Fobazi M. Ettarh
  • Question authority and be an authority :
  • the future belongs to us
  • Romel Espinel
  • Podcasting as pedagogy
  • Nora Almeida
  • Speaking up :
Control code
949850810
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9780838988503
Lccn
2016010846
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
40026816619
Other physical details
illustrations, forms
System control number
(OCoLC)949850810

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