Although I have worked in the library profession for two years, it has taken longer to understand the phenomenon of bibliographic instruction. My pre-library school background is in education, but marrying the two disciplines has not been as easy as I first assumed. I had read a lot of helpful articles about library instruction in general, but ran across very few that were geared towards best practices and advice for new librarians. In this article I will address some of the key issues that I faced when first confronted with the challenge of library instruction.
"Bibliographic Instruction Lessons from a New Librarian,"
The Southeastern Librarian:
1, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/seln/vol57/iss1/5