Amanda Nichols Hess. Transforming Academic Library Instruction: Shifting Teaching Practices to Reflect Changed Perspectives. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018. 195p. Paper, $41.00 (ISBN 978-1-5381-1053-9). LCCN 2018-018795.

Jenn Stayton

Abstract

The academic librarian’s evolving teaching identity is the subject of exploration in Transforming Academic Library Instruction: Shifting Teaching Practices to Reflect Changed Perspectives. As a librarian and instructional design expert who also recently served as chair of ACRL’s Information Literacy Frameworks and Standards Committee, Dr. Nichols Hess has a uniquely broad view of the ways in which our expectations of academic librarian instruction are changing as long-held standards are rejected in favor of frameworks and the rigors of traditional standards and practices are exchanged in favor of more fluid information literacy–based learning objectives.

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