Teaching library users

From HLWIKI Canada
Jump to: navigation, search
Are you interested in contributing to HLWIKI International? contact: dean.giustini@ubc.ca

To browse other articles on a range of HSL topics, see the A-Z index.


Last Update

  • Updated.jpg This entry is out of date, and will not be updated, July 2018


See also Digital classroom | Famous learning theorists in history | Flexible learning | Instructional design models | Social media portal

This is a jump-page or portal of entries pertaining to teaching library users; some files are not complete, or even started, in some cases.

What is a portal? ~ "...a portal is a convenient starting point for users who wish to explore several possible web navigation paths as determined by an expert in the field; it typically provides both a consolidated view of information with links to the best information that can be reached on the topic at hand..."

A to Z

"...A teacher must always seek a thoughtful match between pedagogy & pupil..."
"...adult learners know their needs and, in a pragmatic way pursue knowledge according to their needs..." – Knowles, 2005
"...sapere aude is the Latin phrase meaning "Dare to know" or "dare to be wise"

A nearly-complete view of learning theories
Source: Public domain image


see S+R's latest Issue Brief, "Leveraging the Liaison Model: From Defining 21st Century Research Libraries to Implementing 21st Century Research Universities."

Personal tools