By increasingly incorporating a variety of student engagement methods into instruction sessions, librarians will be able to build on basic skills (remembering, understanding, applying) and develop students’ higher order learning skills (analysis, evaluation, and creation). For example, a skill librarians have recently introduced is critical appraisal of the literature, one component that ensures students effectively incorporate evidence-based practice into patient care. Librarians also aim to assess student learning and make appropriate iterative modifications to ensure these methods effectively set up students for success. Together, librarians and faculty are laying the groundwork to facilitate lifelong learning in Jefferson students.
Bardarik, MLIS, Sam; Hunter, DMD, MLIS, Paul; and Kaplan, MSLIS, AHIP, Gary, "Engaging Students to Improve Research Competencies" (2019). Thomas Jefferson University Faculty Days. Paper 56.
Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Educational Methods Commons, Higher Education Commons, Medicine and Health Sciences Commons
Presented at the 2019 Jefferson Faculty Day