Bibliography for “Teaching Information Literacy to Generation Y:
Tested Strategies for Reaching the Headphone-Wearing, Itchy Mouse-Fingered, and Frequently Paged”
A poster session for the ACRL 10th National Conference, Spring 2001
By Judith Faust, Elizabeth A. Ginno,
Jennifer Laherty and Kate Manuel
Bagnall, Diana. (1999, March 16). The Y Factor. The Bulletin with Newsweek, 117 (6165): 14-20.
Baker, Jamie F. (1999). Give it to them the way they want it. The Masthead, 51 (3), 21. Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A56640843.
Blumenstyk, Goldie. (2000, November 14). Digital-library company plans to charge students a monthly fee for access. Chronicle of Higher Education. Available at:http://chronicle.com/free/2000/11/2000111401t.htm.
Calvert, Philip J. (1999). Web-based misinformation in the context of higher education. Asian Libraries, 8 (3), 83-91.
Cannon, David. (1991). Generation X: the way they do the things they do. Journal of Career Planning and Employment, 51, 34-38.
Cheng, Kipp. (1999, August 9). Setting their sites of Generation “Y.” Mediaweek, 9 (31), 46. Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A55492978.
Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly and Schneider, Barbara. (2000). Becoming adult: how teenagers prepare for the world of work. New York: Basic Books.
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Dwyer, Victor. (1996, November 25). A crash course in Reality 101: Generation Y asks universities to deliver for their futures. Maclean’s, 109 (48), 50(5). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A18892927.
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Grimes, Deborah J. and Boening, Carl H. (2000). Worries about the web: a look at student use of web resources. College and Research Libraries, 62 (1): 11-23.
Healy, Patrick. (1999, November 18). Cal State reports success in reining in students’ remediation needs. Chronicle of Higher Education. Available for subscribers at:http://chronicle.com/daily/99/11/99111805n.htm.
Howe, Neil and Strauss, William. (2000). Millennials rising: the next great generation. New York: Vintage Books.
Lee, Catherine A. (1996). Teaching Generation X. Research Strategies, 14, 56-59.
Macdonald, Brad and Dunkelberger, Robert. (2000). Full-text database dependency: an emerging trend among undergraduate library users? Research Strategies, 16 (4): 301-307.
Marlatt, Andrew. (1999, August 15). Yen for e-tail. Internet World, 5 (26), 39. Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A55521189.
Martin, Dale. (2000, November). Easing into college. California Educator, 5 (3): 18-19.
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Missed expectations: incivility in the classroom. (2000). NEA Higher Education Advocate, 17 (5), 6-8.
Omelia, Johana. (1998). Understanding Generation Y: a look at the next wave of US consumers. Drug & Cosmetic Industry, 163 (6), 90(1). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A53564506.
Polta, Anne (2000, August 26). Generation Y: diverse, independent, and poised to wield clout. West Central Tribune. Available at:http://www.wctrib.com/stories/pioneers/p15.htm.
Rand, Alexandra. (1996). Technology transforms training. HR Focus, 73 (11), 11(3). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A18990081.
Reisberg, Leo. (2000, January 28). Student stress is rising, especially among women: annual survey of freshmen also finds declines in drinking and smoking. Chronicle of Higher Education, 46 (21). Available for subscribers at: http://chronicle.com/weekly/v46/i21a04901.htm.
Rifkin, Jeremy. (2000). The age of access: the new culture of hypercapitalism where all of life is a paid for experience. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher|Putnam.
Rosenthal, Nicole. (1998, May 18). The boom tube. Mediaweek, 8 (20), 44(1). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A20757162.
Roth, Lorie. (1999, November 1). Educating the cut-and-paste generation. Library Journal, 124 (18), 42. Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A57747389.
Schainbaum, Elizabeth. (1999, September 18). Foreign students learn to adjust to California living. Oakland Tribune. Available at: http://www.oaklandtribune.com.
Smith, Kimberley Robles. Great expectations: or, where do they get these ideas? Reference and User Services Quarterly, 40 (1): 27-31.
Soloway, Elliot. (1991). How the Nintendo Generation learns. Communications of the ACM, 34 (9), 23(5). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A11270957.
__________. (1993). Reading and writing in the 21st century. Communications of the ACM, 36 (5), 23(5). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A13736396.
Szabo, Joan C., and Hotch, Ripley. (1993). How high tech works in schools: the computer is becoming an increasingly critical teaching tool in preparing the Nintendo generation for tomorrow’s job market. Nation’s Business, 81 (12), 65(2). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A14752900.
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Allan, David W. and Baures, Lisa A. (1995). B.I. instructional design: applying modes of consciousness theory. In The impact of technology on library instruction. Ann Arbor, MI: Pierian Press.
Cook, Paul F., Wilkins, Dennis A., and Green, Edward E. (1992). Instructional technology for teachers: using instructor’s plan. Ohio Media Spectrum, 44 (1), 20-23.
Nicaise, Molly, Gibney, Terresa, and Crane, Michael. (2000). Toward an understanding of authentic learning: student perceptions of an authentic classroom. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 9 (1), 79-94.
Small, Ruth V. (1998). Designing motivation into library and information skills instruction. School Library Media Quarterly Online. Available at:http://www.ala.org/aasl/SLMQ/small.html.
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Library Instruction (General)
Dame, Melvina Azar. (1993). Serving linguistically and culturally diverse students: strategies for the school library media specialist. New York: Neal-Schuman.
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Joyce, Marilyn Z. and Tallman, Julie I. (1997). Making the writing and research connection with the I-search process: a how-to-do-it manual. New York: Neal-Schuman.
LaGuardia, Cheryl et al. (1996). Teaching the new library: a how-to-do-it manual for planning and designing instructional programs. New York: Neal-Schuman.
Moody, Regina B. (1995). Coming to terms: subject search strategies in the school library media center. New York: Neal-Schuman.
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Shirato, Linda, Bucciarelli, Elizabeth R., and Mercado, Heidi, Eds. (1996). New ways of “learning the library” – and beyond. Ann Arbor, MI: Pierian Press.
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Drueke, Jeanetta. (1992). Active learning in the university instruction classroom. Research Strategies, 10 (2), 77-83.
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Learning Styles (General)
Brightman, Harvey J. (No date). GSU master teacher program: on learning styles. Available at: http://www.gsu.edu/~dschjb/wwwmbti.htm.
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Kohn, Herbert R. (1994). “I won’t learn from you” – and other thoughts on creative maladjustment. New York: New Press.
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Murphy, P. Karen et al. (No date). Persuasion online or on paper: a new take on an old issue. Available at: http://www.coe.ohio-state.edu/pkmurphy/Research/Presentations/.
Nielsen, Jakob. (1997, October 1). How users read on the web. Alertbox. Available at: http://www.useit.com/alertbox/9710a.html.
Shoffner, Mary B., Jones, Marshall, and Harmon, Stephen W. (2000). Implications of new and emerging technologies for learning and cognition. Journal of Electronic Publishing, 6 (1). Available at http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/06-01/shoffner.html.
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Keiser, Jennifer. (No Date). Graphic organizers. Available at: http://www.graphic.org/squirrel.html.
Branch, Katherine and Gilchrist, Debra. (1996). Library instruction and information literacy in community and technical colleges. RQ, 35 (4), 476(7). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A18680102.
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Maple, Amanda, Christensen, Beth, and Abromeit, Kathleen A. (1996). Information literacy for undergraduate music students: a conceptual framework. Notes, 52 (3), 744(10). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A18498776.
McCrank, Lawrence. (1992). Academic programs for information literacy: theory and structure. RQ, 31 (4), 485(13). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A12484901.
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Reichel, Mary. (1994). Intellectual freedom and library instruction: the centrality of the connection. RQ, 33 (4), 471(5). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A15619224.
__________. (1993). Twenty-five-year retrospective: the importance of what we do. RQ, 33 (1), 29(4). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A14665287.
Souchek, Russell, and Meier, Marjorie. (1997). Teaching information literacy and scientific process skills: an integrated approach. College Teaching, 45 (4), 128(4). Available from: Expanded Academic ASAP: A20189223.
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Valenza, Joyce Kasman. (1998, April 16). Information literacy is more than computer literacy. Philadelphia Inquirer, F3.
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