Why on earth would you want a librarian to come to your classroom?

The Arts and Letters Lecture Lecture
02/08/1999

 

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Why on earth would you want a librarian to come to your classroom?  

“Why on earth would you want a librarian to come to your classroom” presents: 

What is the Affective Realm? 

Why is the Affective Realm Significant to Instruction? 

Typical Feelings Associated with the Library 

Typical Feelings Associated with the Library 

What Can Happen to Students Who Enter the Library with these Feelings? 

Instruction Can Administer to Affective Experience by: 

The Pre-session 

Hypothesis of the Study 

Goals of the Pre-session 

4 Levels of the Affective Realm Measured by the Study 

Research Methodology: The Grouping of Students 

Research Methodology: Pre-Tests/Post-Tests 

Research Methodology: Analysis of Results 

The Semantic Differential 

How Individuals Feel in the Library 

How Individuals Feel About Having the Ability to Do Research 

How Individuals Believe their Research Skills Compares With That of Others 

How Approachable are Librarians 

How Often Do Individuals Consult Librarians When Having Difficulties 

How Often Do Individuals Intend to Use the Library After Library Instruction 

What Do Individuals Think About Using the Library to Find Information 

How Well Did the Library Instruction Session Attend to my Personal Needs 

Comparison of the Difference of the Total of All Mean Scores  

Conclusions of the Study 

Why on earth would you want a librarian to come to your classroom? 

Author: Dale Vidmar 

Email: vidmar@sou.edu 

Home Page: http://www.sou.edu/library/dale/  

 

 

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