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Author Accardi, Maria T.
Title Feminist pedagogy for library instruction / by Maria T. Accardi.
Publication Info Sacramento, CA : Litwin Books, 2013.



Descript 1 online resource (x, 148 p.) : ill.
Note Includes index.
Providing both a theoretical framework and practical guidance, this title introduces feminist pedagogy to librarians seeking to enrich their teaching practices in feminist and progressive ways. Drawing heavily upon the women's studies literature where the concept first appears, Accardi defines and describes recurring themes for feminist teachers: envisioning the classroom as a collaborative, democratic, transformative site; consciousness raising about sexism and oppression; ethics of care in the classroom; and the value of personal testimony and lived experience as valid ways of knowing. Framing these concepts in the context of the limits of library instruction--so often a 50 minute one-shot bound by ACRL-approved cognitive learning outcomes--Accardi invites a critical examination of the potential for feminist liberatory teaching methods in the library instruction classroom.
ISBN 9781936117550 (e-book)
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Author Accardi, Maria T.
Series Gender and sexuality in information studies ; number three
Gender and sexuality in information studies ; no. 3.
Subject Library orientation for college students.
Information literacy -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Research -- Methodology -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Feminism and higher education.
Critical pedagogy.
Descript 1 online resource (x, 148 p.) : ill.
Note Includes index.
Providing both a theoretical framework and practical guidance, this title introduces feminist pedagogy to librarians seeking to enrich their teaching practices in feminist and progressive ways. Drawing heavily upon the women's studies literature where the concept first appears, Accardi defines and describes recurring themes for feminist teachers: envisioning the classroom as a collaborative, democratic, transformative site; consciousness raising about sexism and oppression; ethics of care in the classroom; and the value of personal testimony and lived experience as valid ways of knowing. Framing these concepts in the context of the limits of library instruction--so often a 50 minute one-shot bound by ACRL-approved cognitive learning outcomes--Accardi invites a critical examination of the potential for feminist liberatory teaching methods in the library instruction classroom.
ISBN 9781936117550 (e-book)
Author Accardi, Maria T.
Series Gender and sexuality in information studies ; number three
Gender and sexuality in information studies ; no. 3.
Subject Library orientation for college students.
Information literacy -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Research -- Methodology -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Feminism and higher education.
Critical pedagogy.

Subject Library orientation for college students.
Information literacy -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Research -- Methodology -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Feminism and higher education.
Critical pedagogy.
Descript 1 online resource (x, 148 p.) : ill.
Note Includes index.
Providing both a theoretical framework and practical guidance, this title introduces feminist pedagogy to librarians seeking to enrich their teaching practices in feminist and progressive ways. Drawing heavily upon the women's studies literature where the concept first appears, Accardi defines and describes recurring themes for feminist teachers: envisioning the classroom as a collaborative, democratic, transformative site; consciousness raising about sexism and oppression; ethics of care in the classroom; and the value of personal testimony and lived experience as valid ways of knowing. Framing these concepts in the context of the limits of library instruction--so often a 50 minute one-shot bound by ACRL-approved cognitive learning outcomes--Accardi invites a critical examination of the potential for feminist liberatory teaching methods in the library instruction classroom.
ISBN 9781936117550 (e-book)

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