Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.25540/1n2f-zzzn
Title: Is the Future of Information Literacy Instruction Blended? Re-Imagining Information Literacy Instruction Post-Pandemic
Authors: Siu Chen Lim 
Tao Tao Magdeline Ng 
Keywords: Blended Learning
Information Literacy
Pedagogy
Library
Singapore
Pandemic
Post-Pandemic
Issue Date: Dec-2022
Publisher: Library Association of Singapore
Citation: Siu Chen Lim, Tao Tao Magdeline Ng (2022-12). Is the Future of Information Literacy Instruction Blended? Re-Imagining Information Literacy Instruction Post-Pandemic. Singapore Journal of Library and Information Management 48 : 13-24. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.25540/1n2f-zzzn
Related Dataset(s): https://www.las.org.sg/wp/sjlim/is-the-future-of-information-literacy-instruction-blended-re-imagining-information-literacy-instruction-post-pandemic/
Abstract: Post-pandemic, blended learning is on the rise and librarians should keep pace with this new modality of teaching in their information literacy pr­­­­ogrammes. Following an introduction to the drivers of blended learning in higher education, the implementation of blended learning in information literacy programmes is discussed, including some examples from literature. Research-backed benefits of blended learning are then covered, together with some recommendations on factors that facilitate the adoption of blended learning in libraries.
Source Title: Singapore Journal of Library and Information Management
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/236017
ISSN: 2382-5634
DOI: 10.25540/1n2f-zzzn
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