U.S. Department of State
Bio:Jenny Innes serves as Librarian at the Stephen B. Low Library at the Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Department of State in Arlington, Virginia. She has previously served as Reference and Instruction Librarian at Marymount University’s Reinsch Library, as Research and Instruction Librarian at George Washington University’s Gelman Library, and as Public Services Librarian at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, Connecticut. As a subject liaison librarian, she has specialized in subject areas such as education, counseling, nursing, and health promotion. She holds an MLIS from the University of Tennessee, an MA in folklore from UNC-Chapel Hill, and a BA in communications from the University of Pennsylvania.
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June 13, 2017
Frame: Scholarship as Conversation Context: Lesson presented in the context of a one-shot, 50-minute library instruction session, with course libguide containing the multimedia presentations used for the lesson, organized in either boxes or tabs. Appropriate supplementary instructional content can be added to the libguide as needed.Lesson:Librarian overview of the frame of “Scholarship as Conversation” and why it is relevant to the students and their academic work. Focus on regarding scholarship as not a static “truth” frozen in time, but a process whereby researchers are in a continuum...