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The first-year experience cookbook
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Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2017.
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xiii, 149 pages : illustrations ; 22 x 27 cm.
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"First-year students face many challenges in adjusting to university life, including making the most of the university library. Librarians are constantly addressing student misconceptions about libraries and locating information, and have been working hard to reach first-year students and create high-impact practices in student retention. The First-Year Experience Cookbook provides librarians with a series of innovative approaches to teaching and assessing information literacy skills during a student's first year. Featuring four chapters?Orientations, Library Instruction, Programs, and Assessment?and more than 60 practical, easy-to-implement recipes, this book compiles lessons and techniques for you to adapt, repurpose, and implement in your libraries. This cookbook is essential for all academic and school librarians looking for ideas on how to infuse the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education in their first-year courses and instruction; design and assess effective services and programs; and engage and retain students" --

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"First-year students face many challenges in adjusting to university life, including making the most of the university library. Librarians are constantly addressing student misconceptions about libraries and locating information, and have been working hard to reach first-year students and create high-impact practices in student retention. The First-Year Experience Cookbook provides librarians with a series of innovative approaches to teaching and assessing information literacy skills during a student's first year. Featuring four chapters?Orientations, Library Instruction, Programs, and Assessment?and more than 60 practical, easy-to-implement recipes, this book compiles lessons and techniques for you to adapt, repurpose, and implement in your libraries. This cookbook is essential for all academic and school librarians looking for ideas on how to infuse the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education in their first-year courses and instruction; design and assess effective services and programs; and engage and retain students" --,Publisher's website
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Pun, R., & Houlihan, M. (2017). The first-year experience cookbook. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association.

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Pun, Raymond, 1985- and Meggan, Houlihan. 2017. The First-year Experience Cookbook. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association.

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Pun, Raymond, 1985- and Meggan, Houlihan, The First-year Experience Cookbook. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2017.

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Pun, Raymond, and Meggan Houlihan. The First-year Experience Cookbook. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2017. Print.

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Special orientations --|t Camera rolls : ESOL student library orientation /|r Joy Oehlers --|t Making zines : content creation with first-year and transfer students /|r Nick Ferreira and Mackenzie Salisbury --|t Cognition connection : student mapping of the library experience /|r Marissa Mourer --|t Cooking up the Cephalonian method for honors orientation /|r Brenda Yates Habich --|t In the test kitchen with international students : decoding research terminology, concepts, and tools /|r Kelly Cannon, Rachel Hamelers, and Jennifer Jarson --|g Part II. Library instruction. A. General FYE instruction --|t Bite-sized wikipedia editing assignment /|r Lindsay McNiff --|t Ruminating on metadata : deconstructed database with twitter feed and fluid comparison /|r Jessica Denke --|t A melting pot of fondue : embedding a librarian into a FYE course /|r Kyrille Goldbeck DeBose --|t Spoiling their dinner : using candy to incentivize active learning for multiple learning styles /|r Rebecca Johnson and Edita Sicken --|t Plagiarism awareness for first-year students /|r Nancy Noe --|t Scholars in training : solving the mystery /|r Jenny Yap and Sonia Robles --|t Apple slices : a card-matching party game about the library /|r Kelly Giles, Kristen Shuyler, Andrew Evans, and Jonathan Reed --|t Writer : party of two /|r Amanda B. Albert --|t Top secret recipes : Internet search hacks every student researcher should know /|r Amanda Foster --|t Better ingredients, better papers /|r Jackie AlSaffar --|t #Candy : creating categories to introduce search strategies /|r Elise Ferer and Kayla Birt Flegal --|t Grilling sources for information : determining which ingredients are best /|r Heather Snapp --|t Google bytes : chowing down on the one-shot information literacy session for first-year students /|r Carly Lamphere --|t A reserved table for first-generation students /|r Neal Baker, Jane Marie Pinzino --|t Database dash /|r Amy Gratz --|t Indulging in infographics : research presentations for first-year students /|r Myra Waddell --|g B. First year discipline-based instruction --|t From prep to delivery : peer instruction for first-year business students /|r Teresa Williams --|t Chefs academy : creating a scenario-based activity for first-year engineering students /|r Chris Langer --|t This wine tastes like CRAAP! /|r Lee Ann Fullington --|t First taste is always with the eyes : using visual cues to teach search strategies /|r Christina E. Dent --|t From potato chips to vegetables : embedded instruction in a general biology classroom /|r Alyson Gamble and Tammera Race --|t Blind taste test : helping first-year STEM students understand "information creation as a process" /|r Adrienne Button Harmer, Bethany Havas, Patti Lee, and David Minchew --|g Part III. Programs. A. First year experience programming --|t Ready player, ready research : a common reader caper /|r Jamie Addy --|t Superstition speak easy : a library first-year experience event /|r Barbara E. Eshbach --|t Who's the boss? Getting students to understand authority in an academic context /|r Stephanie Gamble and Sofia Leung --|t DIY the FYE with zines : two mini morsel recipes /|r Erika Montenegro and Cynthia Mari Orozco --|t Perfect fondue : partnering advising and libraries /|r Ashlyn H. Anderson, Donna E. Coghill, and Shajuana Isom-Payne --|g B. Library programming --|t Cooking with the STARs (science, technology, & research) early college high school program /|r Matthew Harrick --|t Serving those who served : outreach for student veterans /|r Nancy Fawley --|t Nothing beats home cooking! : programming for first-year international students /|r Joi Jackson --|t College bookworms : leisure book clubs in academic libraries /|r Charissa Powell --|t Locally sourced materials : primary sources pulled from the archival garden /|r Erin Passehl-Stoddart --|t Cooking on high with early college & dual-enrollment programs /|r Jolene Cole --|t Informed leadership fusion /|r Elizabeth Ponder and Emily Row Prevost --|t Rolling through the library /|r Judy Geczi --|t A steaming bowl of stone soup : offering a feast on a budget /|r Sarah Copeland and Becca Decker --|t Chavez Ravine : reshaping the city of Los Angeles /|r Veronica Ciocia and Thomas Philo --|t May I take your order? Student library advisory group /|r Beth Daniel Lindsay --|t Collaboration with undergraduate research office to create "Join the Research Conversation" workshop /|r Elizabeth L. Black --|g Part IV. Assessment. A. Instructional assessment --|t How was your meal? : post-instruction assessment of FY classes /|r Donna E. Coghill, Jennifer A. Stout, and Rachel A. McCaskill --|t Infographic pie judging in a science FYS /|r Sarah Oelker and Katherine Aidala --|t Whetting the intellect with sources : considering the continuum of information sources /|r Jennie E. Callas --|t Culinary fusion : integrating information literacy into a general education menu using the LEAP toolkit /|r Laura Baker --|t Practicing peer review /|r Christina Heady and Joshua Vossler --|g B. First year experience assessment --|t We all read the same book : assessing the impact of the common reader /|r Jenny Harris and Jamie Addy --|t Taste testing for two : using formative and summative assessment /|r Elisa Slater Acosta and Katherine Donaldson --|t Setting the table : using ethnographic methods to understand first-year students /|r Ilka Datig --|t Season to taste : using citation analysis and focus groups to assess first-year student research papers /|r Ilka Datig --|t Ingredients for assessing a personal librarian program for first-year students /|r Eric Resnis and Jennifer Natale --|t First-year student ceviche : turning raw ingredients into a spicy dish /|r Corrine Syster and Allyson Valentine
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