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Abromeit: Ideas, Strategies, and Scenarios in Music Information Literacy

  • Series: Basic Manual  Publisher: A-R Editions, Music Library Association
Ideas, Strategies, and Scenarios in Music Information Literacy
Edited by Kathleen A. Abromeit
BM010
Abromeit: Ideas, Strategies, and Scenarios in Music Information Literacy
Book (2018)
978-0-89579-860-2
7.5 x 9.25, ix + 129 pp.

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Ideas, Strategies, and Scenarios in Music Information Literacy offers expert guidance on planning and implementing information literacy instruction programs in a wide range of instructional situations and theoretical frameworks.  The result is an exploration of various structures for engaging music students as reflective and engaged participants in today's complex information environments. This rich time of change brings renewed interest in information literacy instruction and developing new skill sets for the shifting paradigms in librarianship, as recent educational reform movement shifts information literacy away from competency standards to a more complex set of core concepts associated with metaliteracy and cognition. This transformed world requires library environments to be inclusive with the resulting cultural evolution prompting a re-examination of how best to serve a population that represents diversity of all kinds: sexual, political, disabilities, national origin, socioeconomic, religion, linguistic, body size, age, and other dimensions. As music and performing arts librarians revisit information literacy instruction, this essential book serves as a guide to creating and maintaining quality instruction programs. Music Information Literacy includes a bibliography of a critical articles, books, association documents, and government data on information literacy in academic library instruction, intended to supplement the chapters on instructional theories and techniques, instructional modes, and building relationships and collaborations presented in this book.
Preface
 
SECTION ONE: INSTRUCTIONAL THEORIES & TECHNIQUES
1 The ACRL Framework: A New Paradigm for Music Information Literacy in the Context of Performance and Composition
Laura Snyder, Laurie Sampsel, and Lesley Farmer
2 Lesson Study: A Tool for Reflective Teaching
Erin Conor
3 From the Studio to the Stage: Active Learning for the Student Performer
Andrea Beckendorf
 
SECTION TWO: INSTRUCTIONAL MODES
4 Embedding the Framework: Using Embedded Librarian Techniques to Facilitate Music Information Literacy
Sara J. Beutter Manus
5 Utilizing Digital Primary Sources and a Technology-Based Audience Response System to Enhance Music Information Literacy
Bonnie Elizabeth Fleming
6 Peer Instruction in the Oberlin Conservatory Library: Three Models of Engagement
Kathleen A. Abromeit
 
SECTION THREE: BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS AND COLLABORATIONS: TWO CASE STUDIES
7 Out of the Box and into the Studio: Music Librarian and Audio Engineer Information Literacy Collaboration
Misti Shaw
8 Coloring Your Parachute: Incorporating Information Literacy into Career Workshops for Music Students
Brian McMillan and Jan Bottomer
 
SECTION FOUR: SELECTED RESOURCES
9 Selected Resources
Rosalinda Hernandez Linares
 
About the Contributors
Index
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