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EduCon 2016 Presentations: References

Supplements to presentations by librarians Elaine M. Patton & Christine Forisha.

References

ACRL Board. (2015). Framework for information literacy for higher education. Association of College & Research Libraries. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/ilframework

 

Bordt, R. L. (2005). Using a research article to facilitate a deep structure understanding of discrimination. Teaching Sociology, 33, 403-410. [Available through JSTOR]

 

Cook, D. B. (2014). Of databases and deep structure. Rule Number One: A Library Blog. Retrieved from https://rulenumberoneblog.com/2014/02/17/of-databases-and-deep-structure/

 

Howie, P., & Bagnall, R. (2013). A critique of the deep and surface approaches to learning model. Teaching in Higher Education, 18(4), 389-400. [Available through EBSCO Professional Development Collection]

 

Klippel, K. M. (2013). Getting comfortable with library instruction, part II: The psychology of learning. Rule Number One: A Library Blog. Retrieved from https://rulenumberoneblog.com

 

Lockwood, G., & Konopka, A. (n.d.) What is the difference between surface and deep layer in language?. Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics. Retrieved from http://www.mpi.nl/

 

Millis, B. J. (2014). Using cooperative structures to promote deep learning. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 25(3&4), 139-148. [Available via ERIC]

 

Rhem, J. (1995). Close-up: Going deep. The National Teaching & Learning Forum, 5(1), 4. [Not available through LSCS databases]

 

Roberts,K. A. (2002). Ironies of effective teaching: Deep structure learning and constructions of the classroom. Teaching Sociology, 30(1), 1-25. [Available through JSTOR]

 

 

Rusche, S. N., & Jason, K. (2011). “You have to absorb yourself in it”: Using inquiry and reflection to promote student learning and self-knowledge. Teaching Sociology, 39(4): 338-353. [Available through JSTOR]


Smith, T. W., & Colby, S. A. (2007). Teaching for deep learning. The Clearing House, 80(5), 205-210. [Available through ERIC]