I’m still catching up after some recent out of office time, so instead of a new post, I thought I’d share this interview I recently did with the American Library Association about my new book. In it, I talk about some of the challenges (and surprising opportunities) related to writing a book during a global pandemic and share some of my thoughts on teaching students about the “trustworthiness” of sources.
My book has a cover! And a title! And a release date! And my name is on it!
Using Context in Information Literacy Instruction: Coming January 2022–pre-order now!
So excited for my new article, “A Look Behind the Curtain: What I Learned as a Peer Reviewer About Dealing with Disagreement and Respectful Conversations” over at The Librarian Parlor! I had a great experience working with them on this.
This month’s issue of College & Research Libraries News features a short article I wrote on my experience using improv in the classroom. Here’s a preview: A wise improv actor once told me that when students come to class, they expect to be bored. Unfortunately for information literacy instructors, there may be no place where […]