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Critical Library Instruction: Theories and Methods
Bringing together the voices of a range of practicing librarians, this collection illuminates theories and methods of critical pedagogy and library instruction. Chapters address critical approaches to standards and assessment practices, links between queer, anti-racist and feminist pedagogies and the library classroom, intersections of critical theories of power and knowle...more
Paperback, 358 pages
Published March 10th 2010 by Library Juice Press
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