"Lizard People in the Library” and Teaching Information Literacy [An Open Discussion].
Barbara Fister’s essay “Lizard People in the Library” raises a number of important questions about how and what we teach when we are teaching information literacy to undergraduate students. In this conversation, we will work through some of these questions and discuss how they apply to our own teaching practices here at UVA. This discussion is open to anyone who is interested!
Link to article: https://projectinfolit.org/pubs/provocation-series/essays/lizard-people-in-the-library.html
Link to discussion questions: https://projectinfolit.org/pubs/provocation-series/essays/discussion-questions/lizard-people-dq.html
- Wednesday, June 30, 2021
- 10:00am - 11:00am
- LHR Learning and Development Calendar
- Hosted by Cecelia Parks.
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