library instruction, active learning, flipped classroom, instruction planning
The one-shot library instruction session is a balancing act between faculty expectations and student attention spans. Concerned with limited instruction time, many teaching faculty request that librarians relay as much information as possible during a single instruction session. Students, however, quickly experience information overload and disengagement during information-heavy instruction sessions. Determining what information to present and how to present it can be a challenge for many librarians. This workshop will address some of the varying methodologies to one-shot library instruction, including the flipped-classroom. Examples of library instruction models will also be shared, highlighting both successful and less-effective approaches.
Original Publication Citation
Goates, M. C. (2014, May). Evolution of the one-shot library instruction session. Workshop presented at the Utah Library Association Annual Conference, Sandy, UT.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Goates, Michael C., "Evolution of the One-Shot Library Instruction Session" (2014). Faculty Publications. 1757.
Harold B. Lee Library
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