"A collection of essays relating the history of the field, current issues and challenges, and personal narratives from librarians who are currently working as embedded librarians ... a text that could supplement a survey course on issues in academic librarianship. " - VOYA "Those brand new to embedded librarianship, or even seasoned veterans, will find great value in this work." - ARBAVom Verlag:
Is the embedded librarian an equal partner in the course, or is the librarian perceived as a "value-added" extra? What is the place of technology in this effort? Is there a line librarians should not cross? Taking into account both theory and practice to discuss multiple facets of the subject, Embedded Librarianship: What Every Academic Librarian Should Know thoroughly examines these questions and more from the perspectives of experienced embedded librarian contributors who have worked in higher education settings. The chapters illuminate the benefits and challenges of embedding, explain the planning required to set up an embedded course, identify the different forms of embedding, and consider information literacy instruction in various contexts. Readers who will benefit from this work include not only academic librarians but any professor who wants their students to be able to do better research in their fields.
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