College & Research Libraries
Academic libraries, Information literacy, Critical thinking
Faculty, student, and library staff attitudes toward credit courses, as well as various other instructional methods, for teaching library and research skills were assessed. A surprising number of faculty and students did not know about the courses offered. Although other methods, such as Web tutorials and written guides, are preferred, credit courses may still be considered a viable option. To be successful, the courses must be well marketed to both faculty and students, and their importance and content must be clearly understood by faculty advisors.
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Davidson, J. R. (2001). Faculty and Student Attitudes toward Credit Courses for Library Skills. College & Research Libraries, 62(2), 155-63.