So goes the premise of Information Fallout, a game to introduce key information literacy concepts.
You’ve likely heard of various mnemonic acronyms designed to help students remember the checklist for evaluating information and websites.
A recent conversation on the [acrlframe] discussion list revolved around ways to teach first-year college students the difference between typ
The 1914-1917 British Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition is an incredible story of survival.
The Freer and Sackler Collections of the Smithsonian in D.C., are home to some of the most important Asian art in the world.
Over There: Missouri & the Great War is a collaborative with the purpose of digitizing historical documents, photographs, artifacts, oral histories a
LearningExpress Library is helping students with the new SAT® test by updating its SAT prep tests to provide a similar experience in testing.
Join us as we explore the University of Minnesota Libraries’ Social Welfare History Archives with archivist, Linnea Anderson. She will use examples from the collections that feature some favorite and some little known characters to show how social agencies and comic publishers used comics to instill social values.
Thursday, 4/7/2016 - 1:00 PM-2:00 PM (Central)
The History Section of ALA's Reference and User Services Association invites you to their webinar, Teaching with Primary Sources, on Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 2:00 pm - 3
Harold and the Purple Crayon
The very hungry caterpillar
Where the Wild Things Are
Freight Train, by Donald Crews
Fox in Socks