Critical Library Instruction: Theories and Methods

Maria T. Accardi Emily Drabinski Alana Kumbier

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Critical Library Instruction: Theories and Methods

Critical Library Instruction Theories and Methods Bringing together the voices of a range of practicing librarians this collection illuminates theories and methods of critical pedagogy and library instruction Chapters address critical approaches to

  • Title: Critical Library Instruction: Theories and Methods
  • Author: Maria T. Accardi Emily Drabinski Alana Kumbier
  • ISBN: 9781936117017
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bringing together the voices of a range of practicing librarians, this collection illuminates theories and methods of critical pedagogy and library instruction Chapters address critical approaches to standards and assessment practices, links between queer, anti racist and feminist pedagogies and the library classroom, intersections of critical theories of power and knowleBringing together the voices of a range of practicing librarians, this collection illuminates theories and methods of critical pedagogy and library instruction Chapters address critical approaches to standards and assessment practices, links between queer, anti racist and feminist pedagogies and the library classroom, intersections of critical theories of power and knowledge and the library, and the promise and peril of reflective instruction practices Rooted in theoretical work both from within the profession James Elmborg, Cushla Kapitzke and without Paolo Freire, Henry Giroux, Deborah Britzman , contributions are complemented by stories of critical approaches put into practice in institutional settings ranging from the community college classroom to large urban research universities to virtual worlds The intention is to begin a conversation among librarians who teach, library instruction program coordinators, faculty and instructors interested in bringing librarians into the classroom, and librarians interested in developing liberatory and anti oppressive professional practices.

    Critical Library Instruction Theories and Methods by Bringing together the voices of a range of practicing librarians, this collection illuminates theories and methods of critical pedagogy and library instruction Chapters address critical approaches to standards and assessment practices, links between queer, anti racist and feminist pedagogies and Library Juice Press Critical Library Instruction Bringing together the voices of a range of practicing librarians, this collection illuminates theories and methods of critical pedagogy and library instruction Chapters address critical approaches to standards and assessment practices, links between queer, anti racist and feminist pedagogies and Critical Library Instruction Litwin Books Library Bringing together the voices of a range of practicing librarians, this collection illuminates theories and methods of critical pedagogy and library instruction Chapters address critical approaches to standards and assessment practices, links between queer, anti racist and feminist pedagogies and the library classroom, intersections of critical theories of power and knowledge and the library Critical Library Instruction Theories and Methods Maria T Accardi is Assistant Librarian and Coordinator of Instruction at Indiana University Southeast in New Albany, IN She holds an MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh and an MA in English from the University of Louisville Jill Burkert is an Assistant Professor of Education at Read Critical Library Instruction Theories and Methods Critical Library Instruction Bringing together the voices of a range of practicing librarians, this collection illuminates theories and methods of critical pedagogy and library instruction Chapters address critical approaches to standards and assessment practices, links between queer, anti racist and feminist pedagogies and the library classroom, intersections of critical theories of power and knowledge and the library Critical Thinking Library Instruction Program Oct , Library Instruction Program Critical Thinking Search this Guide Search Library Instruction Program Provides information for Wichita State University teaching faculty and instructors about critical thinking, information and digital literacies, and library instruction. Critical library instruction theories and methods Book Get this from a library Critical library instruction theories and methods Maria T Accardi Emily Drabinski Alana Kumbier A collection of articles about various ways of applying critical pedagogy and related educational theories to library instruction Provided by publisher. The Practice and Promise of Critical Information Literacy Critical information literacy is not limited to instruction instead, it is a way of thinking about information literacy as a whole as it is expressed across various sites, from libraries educational efforts to the professional and societal forces that shape these activities. Critical Library Instruction Research Papers Academia Critical Visual Literacy in Art and Design Librarianship The authors consider an approach to visual literacy instruction that is rooted in the philosophies and practices of critical librarianship and feminist pedagogy They explore the extent and limitations of existing standards, frameworks,

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    1. Julia Skinner on said:

      Absolutely incredible. I'll be putting a full review up on my blog (juliacskinner) soon.

    2. Jenny on said:

      It was kinda dumb to read a book like this cover to cover - if I have to read another explanation of Freire's "banking model of education" again I might scream. HOWEVER, I'm super thankful for each chapter and I found many useful theories and classroom exercises that informed my first semester of teaching.

    3. Mckinley on said:

      Nice variety of current practices. Some more theoretical than others. Worth looking at.

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