Sourcebook for Bibliographic Instruction

Sourcebook for Bibliographic Instruction

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Direction and guidance are provided for establishing and maintaining bibliographic instruction (BI) programs. This document provides an overview of BI and BI programs and points readers to other sources of information. Five key topics were identified and the following papers are presented: (1) qAn Introduction to Learning Theoryq (Lori Arp); (2) qInstructional Designq (Mary Ellen Litzinger); (3) qTeaching Methodsq (Randall Hensley); (4) qEvaluationq (Mignon S. Adams); and (5) qSetting Up and Managing a BI Programq (Esther Grassian). Four appendixes discuss further details of program implementation, a checklist for evaluating lecture presentations, a list of associations that promote bibliographic instruction, and information on electronic bulletin boards of interest to BI librarians. (Contains 133 references.) (SLD)Such statistics can also be useful in writing proposals for additional funding, especially if you keep track of the requests ... other hand, spreadsheet programs such as Quattro and Excel allow you to enter and manipulate a large variety of statistics. ... Does the program involve use of audiovisual equipment and materials (e.g., VCR), computer hardware or software? ... Who is responsible for maintenance?

Title:Sourcebook for Bibliographic Instruction
Author: Katherine Branch, Carolyn Dusenbury
Publisher:Chicago : Bibliographic Instruction Section, Association of College and Research Libraries - 1993-01-01

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