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From collaboration to co-teaching: Is co-teaching an effective method for integrating information literacy instruction into first-year composition courses?

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Stephanie Bush

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Transcript of From collaboration to co-teaching: Is co-teaching an effective method for integrating information literacy instruction into first-year composition courses?

Background
Assessment
The pilot course
From collaboration to co-teaching
Notes
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Embedment is the trend
How much teaching should librarians be doing?
What can we do to invigorate our library?
How can we meet the students where they are?
Library skills assessment
test results
Tweaking the test
What lies ahead?
Anecdotal
Assets
map
details
doodles
notes
outlook
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How can we make our first year composition courses better?
What if a librarian helped teach a college writing course?
Evaluation:
Test
The Plan:
Course Objectives
Portfolio Assignments
Implementation:
Initial struggles
Last minute changes
Library skills assessment test
Information literacy sub-analytic rubric
Classroom dynamics
Research paper assessment results
Informal student feedback
Library perception
Course evaluations
Student engagement
Alternative implementations
Institutional support
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