Information literacy instruction during COVID-19
The Partnership. Provincial and Territorial Library Association of Canada
The quick shift to online instruction taken by most post-secondary institutions in spring 2020 continued into fall 2020 and, in most cases, spring 2021. A survey was conducted to discover how this online shift might have affected the number of instruction requests academic librarians received compared to a typical year. Results were somewhat mixed, but overall, information literacy instruction requests seem to have decreased as a result of the pandemic.
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COVID-19 , Library instruction , Online classes , One-shot instructional sessions , Asynchronous learning , Information literacy instruction
Eva, N. (2021). Information literacy instruction during COVID-19. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Research and Practice, 16(1). https://doi.org/10.21083/partnership.v16i1.6448