Instruction from the margins: Giving voice to community college librarians
Keywords:information literacy, information literacy instruction, community colleges, librarians
This study explores the experiences of community college librarians in the United States with instructional responsibility, as they negotiate professional guidelines that challenge their existing practices. Community college environments, students, and programs differ significantly from those typically explored in information literacy research. Thus, the study gives voice to a relatively marginalized set of librarians, many of whom struggle to implement instructional approaches perceived to be more suitable for university contexts.
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Copyright (c) 2021 Heidi Julien, Don Latham, Melissa Gross
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