Author Archives: Rebecca

About Rebecca

Rebeca Middour is a first-year graduate student in the History M.A. program at Virginia Tech. Her research interests include 20th Century American diplomatic, cultural and social history; more specifically, the domestic impact of US foreign policy throughout the Cold War.

An Award-winning Book!

ACRL just announced that Char Booth has won the 2012 ACRL Instruction Section Irene F. Rockman Publication of the Year Award for Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning:  

http://www.ala.org/news/pr?id=9485

Note paragraph 3, where the announcement indicates that many library “book groups” are already using this book as a guide :)

Congrats, Char!  We’re definitely looking forward to reading this book as a group this semester.

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Instruction Learning Community!

This is the official first post of the VT 2012 Instruction Learning Community!  Although this post was written and published via my personal blog (https://blogs.lt.vt.edu/informationlitany),  it is also published on the Instruction Learning Community mother blog.  This blog will aggregate all the posts from the 13 learning community participants–and I have the distinct privilege of being the first author to have my post aggregated on this site.

Soon, many other reflections will be posted here.  I can’t wait to read them!

(p.s. Ignore the posts that came before this one–they were posts that I wrote on my “information litany” blog for another community)

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