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Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook, Volume Two

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Critical pedagogy incorporates inclusive and reflective teaching for aims of social justice; it provides mechanisms for students to evaluate their social, political, and economic standing, and to question societal norms and how these norms perpetuate societal injustices. Teaching librarians have long incorporated social justice into their work, but focused interest in critical library pedagogy has grown rapidly in recent years.In two volumes, the Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook works to make critical pedagogy more accessible for library educators, examining both theory and practice to help the busy practitioner explore various aspects of teaching for social justice.Volume Two, Lesson Plans, provides plans covering everything from small activities to multi-session projects. Critical pedagogy requires collaborating with learners and adapting to their needs, as well as continual reflection, but these lessons provide elements you can pull and tweak to fit your own environment. These chapters also provide 30 different views on creating and delivering critically designed information literacy instruction and reflect material commonly requested by faculty-including introductions to databases, evaluating information sources, and the research cycle.These two volumes provide a collection of ideas, best practices, and plans that contribute to the richness of what it means to do this type of work in libraries. The Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook will help you build personal teaching skills and identity, cultivate local community, and document your journey as a critical practitioner.

Author Biography

Nicole Pagowsky is an Associate Librarian and Instruction Coordinator at the University of Arizona Libraries. She earned graduate degrees in LIS and Instructional Design from the University of Arizona. She teaches the ALA eCourse Instructional Design Essentials, and LIS 581 Information Literacy Pedagogy. Her research interests include critical approaches to pedagogy and instructional design, student motivation, and programmatic information literacy.Kelly McElroy is the Student Engagement and Community Outreach Librarian at Oregon State University Libraries & Press. She received her MLIS and Master of Archival Studies from the University of British Columbia. She organizes with her communities as a coordinator of the annual Zine Pavilion at ALA Annual, a moderator of the #critlib chats on Twitter, and a founding member of her local chapter of Showing Up For Racial Justice (SURJ).
Release date Australia
October 30th, 2016
Contributors
Edited by Kelly McElroy Edited by Nicole Pagowsky
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
ALA Editions
Pages
272
Dimensions
152x229x18
ISBN-13
9780838988503
Product ID
26207375

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