Utilizing a Co-Teaching Model to Enhance Digital Literacy Instruction for Doctoral Students

@article{Alfonzo2014UtilizingAC,
  title={Utilizing a Co-Teaching Model to Enhance Digital Literacy Instruction for Doctoral Students},
  author={Paige Alfonzo and J. Batson},
  journal={International Journal of Doctoral Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={9},
  pages={061-071}
}
Definition of Relevant Terms 1. Citation Management/Manager- Any reference management software that enables researchers to digitally collect, organize, and share bibliographic references (Reitz, 2014). 2. Co-Teaching- Involves two or more library and/or faculty members who, together, develop and teach one or more information literacy sessions. 3. Digital Literacy- "The ability to use information and communication technologies to find, understand, evaluate, create, and communicate digital… Expand
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