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From observer to participant: teaching music information literacy using the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education
Helping music students see the relevancy of information literacy has been both a long-standing goal and challenge for music librarians. Despite the preconceptions of the typical music student, information literacy is key to students’ development as scholars, performers, and composers. Information literacy is as critical for ...
REFRAMING THE FRAMEWORK: SITUATED INFORMATION LITERACY IN THE MUSIC CLASSROOM
Perhaps the story of your orientation to information literacy is similar to mine. It begins with some confusion: "Information literacy? What is that, exactly?" After a course or two in library school on teaching or information literacy (if you're lucky), you are thrown into the trenches of your early professional career. ...
Variation on a Theme: A Pilot to Collect Electronic Recordings of Degree-Culminating Student Recitals
Just as dissertations are a requirement for most PhD programs, culminating recitals are a degree requirement for students in the University of Washington School of Music Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) in Performance program. They represent significant contributions to UW’s creative and scholarly output, and the UW Music Library ...