Writing Instruction and the Library

Supporting Research Writing and Information Literacy Skills

OELMA Annual Conference 2014

Friday, Oct. 24th, 6:30pm

Columbus, OH, United States

Columbus, OH

What is "Writing Instruction and the Library" about?

This workshop provides information about the value of collaboration among school librarians and educators in regard to research assignments to improve student research and information literacy skills. Alongside the rationale for this collaboration, there are also tools and suggestions for improving the research process in your school.

Whom is the target audience?

The suggestion activities and resources are targeted primarily to 6-12 grade school librarians and teachers, but they could easily be adapted to meet any grade level.
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Presented by Corinne Holthaus

  • English Teacher, Ursuline Academy, Cincinnati
  • MLIS (in progress), Kent State University
  • M.Ed., Xavier University
  • B.A. English, The Ohio State University


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