Faculty-Librarian Collaboration to Teach Research Skills: Electronic Symbiosis

  title={Faculty-Librarian Collaboration to Teach Research Skills: Electronic Symbiosis},
  author={N. Bhavnagri and Veronica E. Bielat},
  journal={The Reference Librarian},
  pages={121 - 138}
SUMMARY This article discusses faculty-librarian collaboration to integrate technology in a course that focuses on teaching empirical research methodologies and library research skills to elementary and early childhood education graduate students. Vygotsky's theory, standards in teacher education, and information literacy standards form the conceptual framework that supports this collaboration. The purpose and procedures of this collaboration, as well as student, faculty, and librarian outcomes… Expand
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