Resource-Based Learning and Course Design: A Brief Theoretical Overview and Practical Suggestions
Law Library Journal
Margaret Butler, Resource-Based Learning and Course Design: A Brief Theoretical Overview and Practical Suggestions, 104 Law Libr. J. 219 (2012), available at https://scholar.law.colorado.edu/conference2010/6.
Ms. Butler argues that librarians teaching legal research should follow resource-based learning pedagogical strategies. Her article provides a background in constructivist educational theory and resource-based learning before identifying useful instructional strategies regarding course design decisions related to goal setting, assignments, rubrics, and assessment.
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