Instruction for First-Year Students
Frances F. Jacobson
University Laboratory High School
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
July 9, 2000
Library of Congress (1999, July) Lesson Ideas. American Memory Learning Page. [Online]. http://learning.loc.gov/learn/lessons/index.html . (2000, May 11).
- Excellent examples of inquiry-based learning using primary sources.
American Association of School Librarians and Association for Educational Communications and Technology. (1998). Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning. Chicago: American Library Association.
Everhart, Nancy, (August 1998). "The Prognosis, Doctor?: In Some States, School Library Staffing's on the Mend." School Library Journal 44, 32-35.
Jacobson, Frances. (2000, March 23). Evaluating Web Sites [Online]. http://www.uni.uiuc.edu/library/computerlit/evaluatingsites.html. (2000, May 11).
Class exercise. For whole-group discussion, take students to www.martinlutherking.org, a seemingly straight-forward "informational" site.
Jacobson, Trudi E. and Laura B. Cohen, (August/September 1997). "Teaching Students to Evaluate Internet Sites." The Teaching Professor 11, 4.
Miller, Marilyn L. and Marilyn L. Shontz, (May 1998). "More Services, More Staff, More Money: A Portrait of a High-Service Library Media Center," School Library Journal 44, 28-33.
Spitzer, Kathleen L. with Michael B. Eisenberg and Carie A. Lowe. (1998). Information Literacy: Essential Skills for the Information Age. Syracuse: NY, ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology.