Library Instruction Round Table

Learning Styles and Bibliographic Instruction Bibliography

Prepared for the 1997 LIRT Conference Program
Focus on the Student: Emphasizing Learning Styles


Articles

Allen, Bryce, and Gillian Allen.
"Cognitive Abilities of Academic Librarians and Their Patrons." College & Research Libraries 54 (1993): 67-73.

Bertland, Linda H.
"An Overview of Research in Metacognition: Implications for Information Skills Instruction." School Library Media Quarterly. 14 (1986): 96-99.

Bodi, Sonia.
"Teaching Effectiveness and Bibliographic Instruction: The Relevance of Learning Styles." College & Research Libraries 51 (1990): 113-19.

Bowen, Dorothy N.
"Learning Style Based Bibliographic Instruction." International Library Review 20 (1988): 405-13.

Burdick, Tracey A.
"Success and Diversity in Information Seeking: Gender and the Information Search Styles Model." School Library Media Quarterly 25 (1996): 19-26.

Choi, Jin M.
"Learning Styles of Academic Librarians." College & Research Libraries 50 (1989): 691-99.

Dunn, Rita.
"Learning Styles of the Multiculturally Diverse." Emergency Librarian 20:4 (1993): 24-32.

Dunn, Rita, and Barbara Waggoner.
"Comparing Three Innovative Instructional Systems". Emergency Librarian 23:1 (1995): 9-15.

Dunn, Rita Stafford, and Jane Bandy Smith.
"Learning Styles and Library Media Programs." School Library Media Annual 8 (1990): 32-49.

Dunn, Rita Stafford, Mark Beasley, and Karen Buchanan.
"What Do you Believe About How Culturally Diverse Students Learn?" Emergency Librarian 22:1 (1994): 8-14.

Ellis, David, Nigel Ford, and Frances E. Wood.
"Hypertext and Learning Styles." The Electronic Library 11 (1993): 13-18.

Ellison, John W.
"Effective Library Instruction and the Learning Process." Catholic Library World 53:4 (1981): 182-84.

Ford, Nigel, Frances Wood, and Christina Walsh.
"Cognitive Styles and Searching." Online & CD-ROM Review 18 (1994): 79-86.

Gee, Donna B.
"Learning Styles and a Two-way Television Course." Ohio Media Spectrum 43:4 (1991): 48-50.

Glasner, Joan, and Joanne Ingham.
"Learning Styles and Literacy." The Bookmark 50 (1992): 218-22.

Grabowski, Barbara, and Ruth Curtis.
"Information, Instruction, and Learning: A Hypermedia Perspective." Performance Improvement Quarterly 4:3 (1991): 2-12.

Griggs, Shirley, and Rita Dunn.
"Hispanic-American Students and Learning Styles." Emergency Librarian 23:2 (1995): 11-16.

Griggs, Shirley, and Rita Stafford Dunn.
"Learning Styles of Asian-American Adolescents." Emergency Librarian 24:1 (1996): 8-13.

Hannigan, Jane Anne.
"A Feminist Standpoint for Library and Information Science Education." Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 35 (1994): 297-318.

He, Peter Wei, and Trudi E. Jacobson.
"What are They Doing With the Internet? A Study of User Information Seeking Behaviors." Internet Reference Services Quarterly 1:1 (1996): 31-51.

Huston, Mary E.
"May I Introduce You: Teaching Culturally Diverse End-Users Through Everyday Information Seeking Experiences." RSR Reference Services Review 17:1 (1989): 7-11.

Huston, Mary E.
"Toward Information Literacy - Innovative Perspectives for the 1990s." Library Trends 39 (1991): 187-362.

Jacobson, Frances F., and Michael J. Jacobson.
"Representative Cognitive Learning Theories and BI: A Case Study of End User Searching." Research Strategies 11 (1993): 124-37.

Jacobson, Trudi E., and Beth L. Mark.
"Teaching in the Information Age: Active Learning Techniques to Empower Students." Reference Librarian 51-52 (1995): 105-20.

Jakobovits, Leon A., and Diane Nahl-Jakobovits.
"Learning the Library: Taxonomy of Skills and Errors." College & Research Libraries 48 (1987): 203-14.

Johnson, Judy, comp.
"Application of Learning Theory to Bibliographic Instruction: An Annotated Bibliography." Research Strategies 4 (1986): 138-41.

Krapp, JoAnn Vergona.
"Teaching Research Skills: A Critical-Thinking Approach." School Library Journal 34:5 (1988): 32-5.

Lindsay, Lorraine.
"Learning Styles in the Library." School Libraries in Canada 11:Sum (1991): 23-25.

McGregor, Joy H.
"Information Seeking and Use: Students' Thinking and Their Mental Models." Journal of Youth Services in Libraries 8 (1994): 69-76.

McNeer, Elizabeth J.
"Learning Theories and Library Instruction." Journal of Academic Librarianship 17 (1991): 294-97.

Midkoff, Ruby Bostick, Ron Towery, and Susan Roark.
"Accommodating Learning Style Needs of Academically At-Risk Students in the Library/Media Center." Ohio Media Spectrum 43:2 (1991): 45-51.

Nahl-Jakobovits, Diane and Leon A. Jakobovits.
"Bibliographic Instruction Design for Information Literacy: Integrating Affective and Cognitive Objectives." Research Strategies 11 (1993): 73-88.

Nahl-Jakobovits, Diane and Leon A. Jakobovits.
"Learning Principles and the Library Environment." Research Strategies 8 (1990): 74-81.

Nahl-Jakobovits, Diane and Leon A. Jakobovits.
"Problem Solving, Creative Librarianship, and Search Behavior." College and Research Libraries 49 (1988): 400-08.

Piette, Mary I.
"Library Instruction: Principles, Theories, Connections, and Challenges." Reference Librarian 51-52 (1995):77-88.

Prorak, Diane, Tania Gottschalk, and Mike Pollastro.
"Teaching Method and Psychological Type in Bibliographic Instruction: Effect on Student Learning and Confidence." RQ 33 (1994): 484-95.

Sheridan, Jean.
"Andragogy: A New Concept for Academic Librarians." Research Strategies 4 (1986): 156-67.

Smith, Philip J., and Virginia Tiefel. "The Information Gateway: Designing a Front-end
Interface to Enhance Library Instruction." RSR Reference Services Review 20:4 (1992): 37-48.

Squires, David A., Helen K. Hoopes, and Gary P. Gillum.
"Librarians: a Thinking and Learning Style Portrait." Library Administration & Management 6 (1992): 173-79.

Stein, Barbara L., James D. Hand, and Herman L. Totten.
"Understanding Preferred Cognitive Styles - a Tool for Facilitating Better Communication." Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 27 (1986): 38-49.

Stripling, Barbara K.
"Learning-Centered Libraries: Implications from Research." School Library Media Quarterly 23 (1995): 163-70.

Todd, Ross J.
"What Research Will be Required to Lead and Support the Future Information Professional?" School Library Media Annual 13 (1995): 139-44.

Thompson, Jane.
"Teaching Research to Faculty: Accommodating Cultural and Learning-Style Differences." Law Library Journal 88 (1996): 280-87.

Wayman, Sally G.
"The International Student in the Academic Library." Journal of Academic Librarianship 9 (1984): 336-41.

Wilson, Patrick.
"Bibliographic Instruction and Cognitive Authority." Library Trends 39 (1991): 259-70.

Zeglen, Tony, and Ken Boschman.
"Learning Styles and the Library: a Sample Lesson Plan." School Libraries in Canada 7:Sum (1987): 46-52.

Books

American Association of School Administrators.
Learning Styles: Putting Research and Common Sense into Practice. Arlington, VA: American Association of School Administrators, 1991.

Bracy, Pauletta B.
"Ethnic Student Learning: a Review of Research on Styles, Preferences, and Characteristics." Multicultural Aspects of Library Media Programs. Eds. Kathy Howard Latrobe and Mildred Knight Laughlin. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1992.

Branch, Katherine, and Carolyn Dusenbury, ed.
Sourcebook for Bibliographic Instruction. Chicago: Bibliographic Section, Association of College and Research Libraries, 1993.

Choi, Jin M., and Nancy Washington.
Learning Styles of Academic Librarians and Implications for Professional Development. Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Library Association (New Orleans, LA, July 9-14, 1988). ERIC, 1988. ED 307 892.

Claxton, Charles S., and Patricia H. Murrell.
Learning Styles: Implications for Improving Educational Practices. College Station, TX: Association for the Study of Higher Education, 1987.

Dunn, Rita Stafford.
Teaching Young Children Through Their Individual Learning Styles: Practical Approaches for Grades K-2. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1994.

Dunn, Rita Stafford, and Shirley A. Griggs.
Learning Styles: Quiet Revolution in American Secondary Schools. Reston, VA: National Association of Secondary School Principals, 1988.

Kirkendall, Carolyn A., ed.
Bibliographic Instruction and the Learning Process: Theory, Style, and Motivation: Papers Presented at the Twelfth Annual Library Instruction Conference held at Eastern Michigan University, May 6-7, 1982. Ann Arbor, MI: Pierian Press, 1984.

Litzinger, Mary Ellen, and Bonnie Anne Osif.
"Accommodating Diverse Learning Styles: Designing Instruction for Electronic Information Sources." What is Good Instruction Now: Library Instruction for the 90s: Papers and Session Materials Presented at the Twentieth National LOEX Library Instruction Conference held at Eastern Michigan University 8-9 May 1992 and Related Resource Materials Gathered by the LOEX Clearinghouse. Ed. Linda Shirato. Ann Arbor, MI: Pierian Press, 1993.

Oliver, Donna B.
An Assessment of the Assistance Methods Used by Eighth-Grade Students in Learning to Search the Online Catalog. ERIC, 1994. ED 367 313. Reiff, Judith Campbell. Learning Styles Washington, DC: NEA Professional Library, National Education Association, 1992.

Saykanic, Donna M.
Increasing Multicultural Understanding and Interaction through a Library Based Effort in a Culturally Heterogeneous Urban Elementary School. ERIC, 1994. ED 377 458.

Schmeck, Ronald R.
Learning Strategies and Learning Styles. New York: Plenum Press, 1988.

Sims, Ronald R., and Serbrenia J. Sims, eds.
The Importance of Learning Styles: Understanding the Implications For Learning, Course Design, and Education. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1995.

Turner, Philip M.
Helping Teachers Teach: A School Library Media Specialist's Role. 2nd ed. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1993.

Wyman, Andrea.
Learning Style: Its Place in Library Instruction. ERIC, 1989. ED 318 478.

Young, Victoria L.
"Applying the Principles of Adult Learning to the Design of a Two Hour Workshop for Adult and Part-Time Students (at Xavier University)." What is Good Instruction Now: Library Instruction for the 90s: Papers and Session Materials Presented at the Twentieth National LOEX Library Instruction Conference Held at Eastern Michigan University 8-9 May 1992 and Related Resource Materials Gathered by the LOEX Clearinghouse. Ed. Linda Shirato. Ann Arbor, MI: Pierian Press, 1993.

Compiled by:
Cynthia Krolikowski
Purdy/Kresge Library
Wayne State University
Detroit, Michigan
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