Active Teaching & Learning
Catherine Fraser Riehle, Associate Professor & Learning Resources Design Librarian
Share your thoughts from the readings, or while you attend the session, feel free to share on this note board. You can continue to jot down notes anytime after the session about anything you found interesting or insightful.
Walsh, A., & Inala, P. (2010). Active learning techniques for librarians: Practical examples. Cambridge: Chandos.
Bonwell, C.C., & Sutherland, T.E. (1996). The active learning continuum: Choosing activities to engage students in the classroom. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 67, 3-16.
Campisi, J., & Finn, K.E. (2011). Does active learning improve students' knowledge of and attitudes toward research methods? Journal of College Science Teaching , 40(4), 38-45.
Cook, D.B., & Klipfel, K.M. (2015). How do our students learn? An outline of a cognitive psychological model for information literacy instruction. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 55(1), 34-41.
Daniel Kaufer: What can neuroscience research teaching us about teaching? UC Berekely: GSI Teaching & Resource Center.
Fosmire, M., & Macklin, A. (2002). Riding the active learning wave: Problem-based learning as a catalyst for creating faculty-librarian instructional partnerships. Issues in Science & Technology Librarianship.
Maybee, C., Doan, T., & Flierl, M. (2016). Information literacy in the active learning classroom. The Journal of Academic Librarianship , 42, 705-711.
Prince, M. (2004). Does active learning work? A review of the research. Journal of Engineering Education, 93(3), 223-231.