Distance Education Faculty and Librarian Collaboration: Developing Technological Skills of School Librarian Candidates
JLISIDL Volume 9, Number 4, ISSN 1533-290X
LibGuides, as a method of creating pathfinders for instruction of information literacy and content management has long been used by academic libraries, but has not been widely used by school libraries. This article describes a collaborative plan between a distance education librarian and a professor of school library media using LibGuides to overhaul a print pathfinder project in a reference sources for youth course. The methodology, results of the products, and student feedback from the assignment are discussed. The project exemplifies potential collaborative efforts between academic distance education librarians and school library media instructors.
Parrott, D.J. & Anderson, J.M. (2015). Distance Education Faculty and Librarian Collaboration: Developing Technological Skills of School Librarian Candidates. Journal of Library & Information Services In Distance Learning, 9(4), 266-274.