Category Archives: Information Literacy

Libraries and service learning: a match made in heaven?

Moderator’s note:  This post was written by Anne Marie Gruber, Instruction & Liaison Librarian, University of Northern Iowa Libraries and service learning–a match made in heaven? I think so! Especially when it comes to information literacy instruction, it makes sense … Continue reading

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Challenge Scholars Update

(Moderator note: This post is part 2 of a series about the Challenge Scholars program in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  It is written by Guest Contributor Gayle Schaub, Liaison Librarian in Liberal Arts, Grand Valley State University.) Last September, my colleagues … Continue reading

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SLL’s 100th post!

If my WordPress dashboard is correct, this is the 100th post on Service Learning Librarian!  This is a big week for my blog and for my “agenda” of pairing service-learning and information literacy.  On Monday, Chris Sweet, Information Literacy Librarian … Continue reading

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Thanks, Michigan librarians

Last Friday, I co-presented at the Michigan Library Association Academic Libraries conference.  My co-presenters, Suzanne Gray (Eastern Michigan University), Shannon Zoet (Michigan Campus Compact), and I spoke with about 35 Michigan academic librarians.  We spoke about how pairing information literacy … Continue reading

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