Bridging research waters

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What is the future of library public services? This presentation explores new models of providing library instruction and reference services.

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Bridging research waters

  1. 1. Reference and Instruction: Bridging the Research Waters C. Quill West LibrarianA special thank you to all photographers for Creative Commons Licensing. Credits supplied at the end of this presentation.
  2. 2. The Lone SearcherSerendipity is when you find things you weren’t looking for because finding whatyou are looking for is so damn difficult. ~Erin McKean, Online TED Talk
  3. 3. Improve the Passage
  4. 4. Classic Footholds• Reference Interactions• Instruction Sessions• Finding Aids• Tutorials• Orientations• “Embedded” Librarians
  5. 5. New Models for Footholds• Mobile learning• Student (User) generated content• Open Education Resources• Worldwide Scholarly Communication• Learning Community• Gaming and Tinkering
  6. 6. You still have to worry about falling in.
  7. 7. Let’s build bridges.
  8. 8. Bridging Instead of Footholds• Scaffolding• Design and Evaluate• Meaningful assessment• Institutional planning
  9. 9. Thank You
  10. 10. Photo CreditsMiddle Boise River, photographer unknown, Owned by waterarchives.orgFloating on the Boise River, by Paul-W, FlickrUpper Boise River, photographer unknown, Owned by waterarchives.orgRock Hopper, by Rex Bennett, FlickrArrowrock Dam, photographer unknown, Owned by waterarchives.orgFriendship bridge over Boise River, by Karakorum90, Wikipedia*Please contact Quill for more information and a list of references.

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