Topical Subjects Sources as Catalyst for Inquiry-Based Learning

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This is a book chapter from the book "Framing Information Literacy: Teaching Grounded in Theory, Pedagogy, and Practice" (Vol. 5). It discusses information literacy pedagogy. The chapter includes an information literacy lesson plan based on social learning and social development theories for arts and humanities courses.

ACRL Information Literacy Frame: Scholarship as Conversation Discipline: Arts & Humanities Subject: English; other Humanities related fields; First-Year Writing; Interdisciplinary Learning Theories: Social Learning Theory; Social Development Theory Pedagogies: Bruner’s Inquiry-Based Instruction and Procedural Scaffolding; Informed Learning Instructional Strategies: Vygotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development; Metacognitive strategies Special Populations: International Students; First-Generation College Students; Non-Traditional Students; First-Year Students; Multicultural/ Diversity; Undergraduate Students
Johnson, K., Eastman, K., & Gilbreath, J. (2018). Topical subjects sources as catalyst for inquiry-based learning. In M.K. Oberlies & J. Mattson (Eds.), Framing Information Literacy: Teaching Grounded in Theory, Pedagogy, and Practice (Vol. 5, pp. 479-490). Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.