|aThe one-shot library instruction survival guide |cHeidi E. Buchanan & Beth A. McDonough
|aChicago, Ill. |bALA Editions|cc2014.
|avi, 130 p. |bill. |c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aThey never told me this in library school -- The teaching faculty won't/don't : communicating and collaborating withinstructors -- But, how will I cover everything? -- How doI get them to pay attention? : classroom strategies for one-shot instruction -- But my classroom is (online, in anauditorium, in a classroom with no computers) -- How will I know what worked? -- There's not enough of me to go around! : what to do when you become a victim of your own success.
|aThough many librarians want to be excellent teachers, theyencounter significant barriers to their success, and formal preparation for teaching is usually not offered in graduate programs.To help your students become informationliterate, you must learn to turn everyday challenges into instruction that is meaningful and relevant for your students.
|aLibrary orientation for college students.
|aInformation literacy|xStudy and teaching (Higher)
|aResearch|xMethodology|xStudy and teaching (Higher)
|aAcademic libraries|xRelations with faculty and curriculum.