Document Type

Journal Article

Faculty

Education and Arts

School

Education

RAS ID

10123

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This article was originally published as: Dobozy, E. & Gross, J. (2010). Pushing Library Information to First-Year Students: An Exploratory Study of Faculty/Library Collaboration]. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 41(2). Original article available here

Abstract

The authors contend that better information literacy and library skills development practice is needed for students entering university. This paper presents a case study of how a teacher education (TE) lecturer and a faculty librarian collaborated in an Australian university to provide information literacy practice. A mutual interest in technology-enhanced learning and teaching through podcasting media was the catalyst for the collaboration. A semester-long trial was conducted in which library pod/vodcasts were provided to first-year teacher education students. This paper explores this student learning and proposes a prototype for further media-related collaboration between academic and library staff.

DOI

10.1080/00048623.2010.10721447

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10.1080/00048623.2010.10721447