Journal Article: “Embedded Students? Can Libraries Benefit From Students Having Work Placements in the Library in Planning Library Instruction?”
The following peer reviewed article was published today by LIBER Quarterly from the European Association of Research Libraries.
Hilde Terese Drivenes Johannessen
Agder University Library, Norway
LIBER Quarterly, 29(1)
November 13, 2019
This article discusses how students can be more integrated in developing library instruction and what advantages that can provide for librarians planning their teaching. The students seem to have a different starting point as to how important the librarians’ knowledge of the subject at hand is and whether or not library instruction should be an integrated part of the course.
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