They Not Only CAN But They SHOULD: Why Undergraduates Should Provide Basic IL Instruction

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Introduction Academic libraries are behind the curve in leveraging the advantages of peer learning dynamics for basic information literacy instruction.1 With a handful of documented exceptions, librarians have chosen to cling jealously to the lectern instead of seizing optimal pedagogical opportunities of letting peers teach peers. This, in spite of decades… (More)

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