Problem-based learning (PBL) provides the theoretical framework for a learner-centered active instructional experience that relies on collaboration, critical thinking, and hands-on interaction with resources. When used in a one-shot session, PBL challenges the instruction librarian to strengthen and renew their pedagogical skills. Sessions are lively and provide the opportunity for students and faculty to experience library instruction in a new and dynamic way. PBL and information literacy are ideal partners with limitless possibilities for enhanced library instruction.
Kenney, B. (2008). Revitalizing the One-Shot Instruction Session Using Problem-Based Learning. Retrieved from https://docs.rwu.edu/librarypub/13
Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons
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