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The Academic Teaching Librarian's Handbook

Introduction Part 1 Constructing the academic teaching librarian 1 Shaping the academic teaching librarian 1.1 Introduction: critical issues for academic teaching librarians 1.2 Conceptions of literacy: terminology and the academic teaching librarian 1.3 New frameworks: information literacy in context 1.4 Critical information literacy 1.5 Social media and filter bubbles: the rise of 'fake news' 1.6 Learning analytics 1.7 E-research and datafied scholarship 2 Defining the academic teaching librarian 2.1 Introduction: who is the academic teaching librarian? 2.2 Professional identity and 'teacher identity' 2.3 Roles and responsibilities of academic teaching Librarians 2.4 The information-literate self 2.5 Reflective practice for academic teaching librarians 2.6 Developing a personal teaching philosophy 3 Becoming an academic teaching librarian 3.1 Introduction: choosing the academic teaching librarian pathway 3.2 Looking inwards: self-analysis and the teaching role 3.3 Does a 'teaching personality' exist? 3.4 Mapping your teaching profile 3.5 Planning and developing your teaching role 3.6 Keeping current with teaching trends 3.7 Documenting and showcasing your work; teaching portfolios for librarians Part 2 Excelling as an academic teaching librarian 4 Technology and the academic teaching librarian 4.1 Introduction: the digital environment for academic teaching librarians 4.2 Teaching, learning and technology – key concepts 4.3 The digital imperative in higher education 4.4 Digital education in higher education (HE): state of the art 4.5 Digital learning and the academic teaching librarian 4.6 Digital learning knowledge domains: a framework for academic teaching librarians 4.7 Levels of skill and expertise for digital learning 4.8 Additional digital learning competence frameworks 4.9 A reflective approach to planning and designing digital learning 4.10 A final word on digital learning 5 Leading and co-ordinating for the academic teaching librarian 5.1 Introduction: leadership, management and culture 5.2 Leadership and the academic teaching librarian 5.3 Coordinating your library's information literacy programme 5.4 Creating an information literacy culture in your institution 5.5 Engaging with the wider community of teaching librarians 6 Advocacy and the academic teaching librarian 6.1 Introduction: reflecting on advocacy 6.2 Advocacy and libraries 6.3 Advocacy and academic teaching librarians 6.4 Information literacy: communicating value 6.5 Ways of engaging in advocacy 6.6 Writing for academic publications: a reflective view

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  • ISBN9781783304622
  • ประเภท E-Book
  • ผู้แต่ง Claire McGuinness
  • สำนักพิมพ์ Facet
  • ครั้งที่พิมพ์ 1
  • ปีที่พิมพ์2021
  • ภาษาภาษาอังกฤษ
  • หมวดหมู่เทคโนโลยีสารสนเทศ / บรรณารักษ์
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Introduction Part 1 Constructing the academic teaching librarian 1 Shaping the academic teaching librarian 1.1 Introduction: critical issues for academic teaching librarians 1.2 Conceptions of literacy: terminology and the academic teaching librarian 1.3 New frameworks: information literacy in context 1.4 Critical information literacy 1.5 Social media and filter bubbles: the rise of 'fake news' 1.6 Learning analytics 1.7 E-research and datafied scholarship 2 Defining the academic teaching librarian 2.1 Introduction: who is the academic teaching librarian? 2.2 Professional identity and 'teacher identity' 2.3 Roles and responsibilities of academic teaching Librarians 2.4 The information-literate self 2.5 Reflective practice for academic teaching librarians 2.6 Developing a personal teaching philosophy 3 Becoming an academic teaching librarian 3.1 Introduction: choosing the academic teaching librarian pathway 3.2 Looking inwards: self-analysis and the teaching role 3.3 Does a 'teaching personality' exist? 3.4 Mapping your teaching profile 3.5 Planning and developing your teaching role 3.6 Keeping current with teaching trends 3.7 Documenting and showcasing your work; teaching portfolios for librarians Part 2 Excelling as an academic teaching librarian 4 Technology and the academic teaching librarian 4.1 Introduction: the digital environment for academic teaching librarians 4.2 Teaching, learning and technology – key concepts 4.3 The digital imperative in higher education 4.4 Digital education in higher education (HE): state of the art 4.5 Digital learning and the academic teaching librarian 4.6 Digital learning knowledge domains: a framework for academic teaching librarians 4.7 Levels of skill and expertise for digital learning 4.8 Additional digital learning competence frameworks 4.9 A reflective approach to planning and designing digital learning 4.10 A final word on digital learning 5 Leading and co-ordinating for the academic teaching librarian 5.1 Introduction: leadership, management and culture 5.2 Leadership and the academic teaching librarian 5.3 Coordinating your library's information literacy programme 5.4 Creating an information literacy culture in your institution 5.5 Engaging with the wider community of teaching librarians 6 Advocacy and the academic teaching librarian 6.1 Introduction: reflecting on advocacy 6.2 Advocacy and libraries 6.3 Advocacy and academic teaching librarians 6.4 Information literacy: communicating value 6.5 Ways of engaging in advocacy 6.6 Writing for academic publications: a reflective view