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Teaching Information Literacy in Higher Education by Mark Stenersen, Helene N. Andreassen, Mariann Solberg, Torstein Lag, Mariann Lokse

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Chapter Six

Teaching It All

Abstract

With a student-centered perspective, this chapter gives advice on how teachers, fresh or experienced, can undertake IL teaching development, or refinement of existing methods and material. Using research and our own teaching experience as empirical basis, we suggest pedagogical methods which have proven successful in IL teaching. Divided into three parts, preparation, implementation, and assessment and evaluation, this chapter consists of a combination of general practical advice, example situations, possible exercises and activities, and tips on how to optimize use of technology in the teaching situation.

Keywords

Assessment; case-based learning; collaborative learning; faculty outreach; flipped classroom; lecturing; ...

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