Developing Globally Inclusive Teaching Methods for Library One-Shot Instruction Sessions
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Publisher:American Library Association
Citation:Espinosa de los Monteros, P. and Longmeier, M. M. Developing Globally Inclusive Teaching Methods for Library One-Shot Instruction Sessions. American Library Association Annual Conference. 2020. Virtual Poster Session, online, United States.
The demographic shifts in higher education and the growing importance of information literacy instruction require librarians to design instruction that is inclusive and accessible to a diverse and international student population. While best practices for library information literacy session are well documented, it is now the time to view some of these best practices through a global equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) lens. Designing for a diverse classroom can be an intimidating task. Research shows that having more diverse viewpoints leads to more innovation. As librarians and instructors partner to develop curriculum that will be inclusive, this poster highlights adjustments to library one-shot instruction sessions that are effective for all students.
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