State of Inclusivity in Tutorials: a Critical Content Analysis of Tutorials Provided by R1 Academic Libraries
AffiliationUniversity of Nevada, Las Vegas
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CitationCahall, Carrieann, Mitola, Rosan, Heinbach, Chelsea, and Amber Sewell. (2022). State of Inclusivity in Tutorials: a Critical Content Analysis of State of Inclusivity in Tutorials: a Critical Content Analysis of Tutorials Provided by R1 Academic Libraries Tutorials Provided by R1 Academic Libraries. Critical Librarianship and Pedagogy Symposium, 2022.
PublisherThe University of Arizona
DescriptionPresentation. Critical Librarianship & Pedagogy Symposium, November 2-4, 2022, The University of Arizona.
AbstractOnline tutorials are a frequently utilized method for academic libraries to meet student and instructor needs and adapt to the growing digital learning environment. There is little guidance for creating holistically inclusive tutorials and fewer standards for avoiding deficit thinking, which decenters students’ prior knowledge and experiences and perpetuates harmful assumptions. In this session, presenters will share early findings from a mixed-methods content analysis of tutorial offerings from R1 academic libraries. Attendees will discuss what makes a tutorial inclusive, identify criteria for creating inclusive tutorials, and reflect on how they have or have not enacted these values for tutorial design. Attendees will also gain ideas for creating inclusive tutorials as well as a deeper understanding of ways critical pedagogy can be utilized in various pedagogical environments.
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