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Evaluating the Impact of Library Instruction Methods on the Quality of Student Research
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Research Strategies Volume 12, Number 3, ISSN 0734-3310

Abstract

A three-year study at the University of Alabama compared a traditional lecture method for teaching library research skills with a course-integrated, computer-enhanced approach by assessing each method's impact on the quality of bibliographies from engineering students' term papers. In four of the five semesters, no significant differences were observed between the experimental group and the control group. (20 references) (Author)

Citation

Ackerson, L.G. & Young, V.E. (1994). Evaluating the Impact of Library Instruction Methods on the Quality of Student Research. Research Strategies, 12(3), 132. Retrieved February 23, 2019 from .

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