University of Rhode Island
Alicia G. Vaandering is the Student Success Librarian at the University of Rhode Island where she supports the learning and research of students, with an emphasis on undergraduate first-year, international, first generation, and transfer students. Her research interests include LGBTQIA+ representation in children’s literature, library history, and information literacy. Prior to her work at the University of Rhode Island, she was the Education and Instructional Design Librarian at Salve Regina University in Newport, RI. She has an MLIS and an MA in History from the University of Rhode Island.
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February 25, 2022
This Google Form can be used for you to track information about your instruction in one-shot and embedded information literacy sessions. Reflecting upon your current instruction is a critical step in becoming a more effective information literacy instructor. This form will allow you to track class information (e.g. professor, number of students, date of instruction, length of instruction), general feedback on the session (e.g. what worked well, what could have gone better), lesson planning details (e.g. which ACRL Frames were incorporated, what tools were used for assessment, when...
April 27, 2021
Slide deck to introduce education students to college research in the field of education.