Flipped Library Instruction: A Guide for Academic Librarians (Paperback)Laura Heinz (author)
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This valuable book introduces the flipped classroom and explains how flipped instruction techniques can be used by academic librarians to help students achieve deeper mastery of course content and empower undergraduates to take responsibility for their own learning.
* Explains why flipping instruction will work for-and may come to be expected by-students who are now entering college and university
* Includes data from a survey of experienced librarians (including the author) who are successfully using flipped instruction
* Discusses the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education and describes how to use the framework to create a series of flipped instruction for the novice (freshman) to the experienced (senior) undergraduate learner
* Offers a bibliography of resources that support flipped instruction
Number of pages: 140
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