A Librarian’s personal exploration of Information Literacy Instruction theory and practices
"The Embedded Librarian"By Karen M. Ramsay and Jim KinnieLibrary Journal Apr. 1, 2006
In this short article, 2 librarians at the University of Rhode Island describe their attempts to reach students, particularly distant students, through technology. A few faculty have embedded librarians in their online courses, where librarians provide timely research advice and answer reference questions. In addition, they are providing IM (Instant Messaging) reference through AIM and Yahoo! Messenger, which has proved to be popular. Jim Kinnie also wrote this for the conference proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning.
Congratulations on a great blog, Amy! I'm a community college library in Florida and want to contribute and connect. Just read an article in Educause Quarterly, #4 2006 entitled, The Embedded Librarian Program" by Victoria Matthew and Ann Schroeder. Another examination of "embedding".Thanks again,Connie
Connie,Thanks for the reference! (Other readers, you can access the article Connie refers to in her comment at www.educause.edu/apps/eq/eqm06/eqm06410.asp.) I especially like that this article provides some screen shots.If you would like add a post to the blog, please send your contribution to firstname.lastname@example.org.:)Amy
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