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Faculty Voices on Information Literacy: Interview-Based Research Exploring Information Literacy Instruction Practices, Attitudes, and Perceptions among University Faculty. Conference presentation given at WILU 2011, University of Regina, 1-3 June, 2011.
(WILU 2011 Conference Organizers, 2011-06)
This presentation will share highlights from a qualitative research study at York University, based on semi-structured interviews, and conducted primarily during the researcher’s recent sabbatical leave. Study participants ...
Embedding academic literacy in disciplinary courses. Presented at STHLE 2013. June 19-22 2013. Cape Breton University, NS.
The growth of the Learning Commons concept has fostered increased adoption of an integrated approach to the support of student learning. Academic support services associated with reading, writing, library research, and ...
Literacies — Information and beyond: The Learning Commons and the embedding of academic literacy instruction in disciplinary courses. Presented at WILU Conference, May 8-10 2013. University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB
The growth of the Learning Commons concept has fostered increased adoption of an integrated approach to the support of student learning. Academic support services associated with reading, writing, research, and learning ...
Undergraduate Students' Writing, Research and Learning Skills: Academic Literacy Research and Practice at York University. Co-presented with Ron Sheese (York University) at TRY Conference, Toronto, ON, May 2014.
We will talk about the contrast between student and instructor conceptions of the writing and library research process. This has been informed by grant-funded research in which we conducted focus groups with York faculty ...