For almost 40 years, the Minute Paper has been a quick and easy means of learning assessment, both in the college classroom and library instruction. More recently, the use of social media, particularly selfies, has gained popularity by connecting with students through the technology they are most familiar with. This column makes the case for combining the Minute Paper and selfies in order to gain an insight into students' skill development and retention after a library session. Adaptable to a variety of classes and learning outcomes, the activity enables students to actively use what they learned rather than passively reflecting on it.
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Meehlhause, K. (2016). Two Parts Reflection, One Part Selfie: A Visual Alternative to the Minute Paper. Communications in Information Literacy, 10 (1), 14-22. https://doi.org/10.15760/comminfolit.2016.10.1.19