We librarians are educators. And the work we do to educate is done in a variety of ways some seen and some unseen. When we are faced with a classroom of students, whether in person or online, the
The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education lays out a number of key information literacy concepts.
If you're headed to ALA Midwinter and want to learn more about the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy, be sure to consider adding this session to your schedule.
You may not see much from Reference Outreach & Instruction during the month of January. That’s because we are out in the schools.
The newly updated History Day Research in Minnesota website walks students through the process of researching History Day projects.
To those who know me well, it may come as no surprise that I'm not a fan of making any personal resolutions for the New Year.
CBS News recently published an interesting article about the pros and cons of reading books in print vs. electronic format.
Reference work continues to be a huge part of the foundation of librarianship. Like many other library services, more and more of it is conducted online.
Reference librarianship has transformed from standard "behind-the-desk" reference to roving reference, to virtual reference, and finally beyond the library walls.