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LibGuides on Steroids
This is my SDLA Conference presentation, "LibGuides on Steroids: Expanding the User Base of LibGuides to Support Library Instruction and Justify Workload." Enjoy!
This presentation examines ways to extend LibGuides beyond their current use as subject guides that supplement classroom and reference-desk instruction. LibGuides can also function to support/scaffold information-literacy instruction. Their structure allows use as an instructional script and the inclusion of supplementary materials (problem-solving scenarios, grading rubrics, IL standards, etc.) to promote quality and consistency in library instruction.
As a result of this presentation, participants will be able to...
integrate LibGuides into library instruction in order to support student learning beyond one-shot BI/IL sessions.
identify additional instructional uses of LibGuides in order to increase their user base and thus their use in academic libraries.
develop new functions for LibGuides within library instruction in order to justify the workload of creating and maintaining LibGuides.
The slideshow for this presentation is available at: