Informed by best teaching practice and contemporary learning theories the text covers both the theory and practice of library instruction each chapter has two parts a section explaining the principles of learning and teaching followed by a section analysing successful learning and teaching activities rooted in personal experience. It covers both the theory and the practice of library instruction which has become a crucial part of the job for most information professionals it draws on best practice examples and brand new case studies from a broad range of sectors and organisations. Brought to you by bing crawler account . Get this from a library teaching information skills theory and practice jo webb chris powis all library and information professionals who have to instruct others either students or colleagues as part of their job whether working in an education public health or workplace library . Enhancing learning by integrating theory and practice jan wrenn and bruce wrenn develop these skills education at the masters level as well as practical experience is necessary and expected instructor dewey in his essay the relation of theory to practice in education dewey 1904 1974 expressed the belief that
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