Once upon a time in the academic library : storytelling skills for librarians / edited by Maria Barefoot, Sara Parme, and Elin Woods.
Academic librarians can apply storytelling in the same way that teachers, entertainers, lawyers, and businesspeople have done for centuries, as education within information literacy instruction and as communication in the areas of reference, outreach, management, assessment, and more. Once Upon a Time in the Academic Library explores applications of storytelling across academic librarianship in three sections: 1. The Information Literacy Classroom 2. The Stacks 3. Physical and Virtual Library Spaces.
- OCLC: on1290486322
- ISBN: 9780838938508 (electronic book)
- ISBN: 0838938507 (electronic book)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (iv, 167 pages) : illustrations
- Published: Chicago, IL :Association of College & Research Libraries,.
- Publisher: Association of College & Research Libraries, .
- Copyright: ©2022
|Bibliography:|| Includes bibliographical references.
|Contents:|| Intro -- Contents -- Introduction -- Ch1. A Tale of Five Case Studies -- Ch2. Shooting for the Stars -- Ch3. Encouraging Connections -- Ch4. The Moral of the Story is -- Ch5. Revealing the Means of (Information) Production -- Ch6. The Depository is Large -- Ch7. Call and Response -- Ch8. Choose Your Own Path -- Ch9. Let's Tell a Story -- Ch10. Using Existing Fandoms to Create Your Own Library Stories -- Biographies
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