Preparing the Instructional Librarian: Representation of ACRL Roles and Strengths in MLS Course Descriptions

Sandra J. Valenti, Brady D. Lund


As the need for librarians to provide instruction on information literacy and other teaching topics increases, masters of library science students, in turn, need to become better prepared to provide to serve in this role. A content analysis of courses offered by American Library Association accredited masters of library science programs seeks to determine whether course titles and descriptions for instruction-based courses map to the Association of College and Research Libraries’ Roles and Strengths of Teaching Librarians document.

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