Autor/en: Helen Rippier Wheeler
1. Juni 1990 - gebunden - 632 Seiten
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_...well-constructed, well-written, and easy to understand...contains an impressive amount of detailed material that can be very helpful when designing a bibliographic instruction course._ --RQ
Helen Rippier Wheeler (BA, Barnard College; MA, University of Chicago; MS, Ed.D., Columbia University) was a librarian in academe and has taught library science, education, and media, including eight years of an undergraduate BI credit course at the University of California. She occasionally teaches women studies courses and gender-related workshops as part of her consulting service, Womanhood Media, from the title of her earlier Scarecrow book. She has also been a visiting scholar in Japan.
...well-constructed, well-written, and easy to understand...contains an impressive amount of detailed material that can be very helpful when designing a bibliographic instruction course. It is recommended for all library science collections, and those librarians teaching or preparing a for-credit bibliographic instruction program. Daniel K. Blewett, Rq ...excellent content for a BI course...Wheeler tells it like it is... Lois Buttlar, Journal Of Education For Library and Informat ...a lengthy, intensive, major contribution to an almost nonexistent literature...For college and university instructors with and without women studies programs, and for libraries and librarians with or without a women studies librarian! Silvia Delgado Espinosa, Gulliver ...a very good guide...good stuff on managing and teaching a 'course'...Numerous useful bibliographies of resources...for those librarians interested in teaching the literate few, this book will be useful. Library Journal
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