Authenticity and Learning: Implications for Reference Librarianship and Information Literacy Instruction

@article{Klipfel2015AuthenticityAL,
  title={Authenticity and Learning: Implications for Reference Librarianship and Information Literacy Instruction},
  author={Kevin Michael Klipfel},
  journal={C&RL},
  year={2015},
  volume={76},
  pages={19-30}
}
Kevin Michael Klipfel is Information Literacy Coordinator at California State University, Chico; e-mail: kklipfel@csuchico.edu. © 2015 Kevin Michael Klipfel. This article articulates and defends a student-centered approach to reference and instructional librarianship defined by authentic engagement with students’ interests. A review of the history of the construct of authenticity in philosophy, humanistic and existential psychology, and contemporary educational psychology is traced. Connections… CONTINUE READING
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