The Evolving Instructional Proficiencies of the Academic Librarian: An Attitudinal Study of Academic Library Administrators’ Perceptions of Necessary Instructional Skills

Presentation at the Library Research Seminar V, sponsored by the Library Research Roundtable of the American Library Association, at University of Maryland University College, October 8, 2010. Paper published in the conference proceedings, Library Research Seminar V: Integrating Practice and Research, at http://lrsv.umd.edu/abstracts/Shank_Dewald.pdf

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Work Title The Evolving Instructional Proficiencies of the Academic Librarian: An Attitudinal Study of Academic Library Administrators’ Perceptions of Necessary Instructional Skills
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  1. Shank, John D.
  2. Dewald, Nancy H.
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  1. academic library administrators
  2. instructional skills
  3. academic librarians
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Work Type Conference Proceeding
Publication Date 2010
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  1. Shank, J., and N. H. Dewald. "The Evolving Instructional Proficiencies of the Academic Librarian: An Attitudinal Study of Academic Library Administrators’ Perceptions of Necessary Instructional Skills." Library Research Seminar V: Integrating Practice and Research. (2010). http://lrsv.umd.edu/abstracts/Shank_Dewald.pdf
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