FYE Resources

Select FYE Bibliography:

Bailey, V. (2003). Libraries and the first-year experience. College & Research Libraries News, 64(6), 373.

Baker, L. (2006). Library Instruction in the Rearview Mirror: A Reflective Look at the Evolution of a First-Year Library Program Using Evidence-Based Practice. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 13(2), 1–20.

Barefoot, B. (2006). Bridging the Chasm: First-Year Students and the Library. Chronicle of Higher Education, 52(20), B16–B16.

Blakeslee, S., & Trefts, K. (2002). “Don’t Know Much about Boolean”: Training Faculty to Incorporate Information Literacy into a First-Year Experience Course. First Impressions, Lasting Impact: Introducing the First-Year Student to the Academic Library, 27–32.

Ellison, R. A. (2010). The first year experience course at community colleges: Student and faculty perceptions of essential curriculum (Ph.D.). University of Missouri – Saint Louis, United States — Missouri. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.jerome.stjohns.edu:81/docview/748278721/abstract/13BBE3DF2324AF4A7DF/1?accountid=14068

Francis, M. (2011). Turning a One Campus One Book Event Into a Web 2.0 Experience: The First Two Years. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 18(4), 399–408.

Frazier, N. E. (2006). In the Loop: One Librarian’s Experiences Teaching Within First-Year Learning Communities. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 13(1), 21–31.

Horstmanshof, L., & Zimitat, C. (2007). Future time orientation predicts academic engagement among first-year university students. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 77(3), 703–718. doi:10.1348/000709906X160778

Johnson, C. M., Lindsay, E. B., & Walter, S. (2008). Learning More About How They Think: Information Literacy Instruction in a Campus-Wide Critical Thinking Project. Part of a special issue on Critical thinking within the library program, 15(1/2), 231–254.

Karshmer, E., & Bryan, J. E. (2011a). PERSPECTIVES ON… • Building a First-Year Information Literacy Experience: Integrating Best Practices in Education and ACRL IL Competency Standards for Higher Education. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 37(3), 255–266.

Karshmer, E., & Bryan, J. E. (2011b). Building a First-Year Information Literacy Experience: Integrating Best Practices in Education and ACRL IL Competency Standards for Higher Education. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 37(3), 255–266. doi:10.1016/j.acalib.2011.02.018

Kelleher, M., & Laidlaw, S. (2009a). A Natural Fit: The Academic Librarian Advising in the First Year Experience. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 16(2/3), 153–163.

Kelleher, M., & Laidlaw, S. (2009b). A Natural Fit: The Academic Librarian Advising in the First Year Experience. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 16(2/3), 153–163.

Kuh, G. D., & Gonyea, R. M. (2003). The Role of the Academic Library in Promoting Student Engagement in Learning. College & Research Libraries, 64(4), 256–282.

Macke, B., & Bach, P. (2012). The dilemma of the “disappearing” FYE librarian. College & Research Libraries News, 73(7), 408–411.

Mê-Linh Lê1,  me-linh. le@usask. c. (2012). Undergraduate Library Instruction in the Humanities Increases the Use of Books Over Journals. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice, 7(3), 69–72.

Stebleton, M., Jensen, M., & Peter, G. (2010). Enhancing Student Engagement In A Multidisciplinary, First-Year Experience Course. College Teaching Methods & Styles Journal, 6(1), 1–6.

Thacker, M. (2012). A paradigm shift. College & Research Libraries News, 73(3), 148–149.

Zoellner, K., & Potter, C. (2010a). Libraries Across the Education Continuum: Relationships Between Library Services at the University of Montana and Regional High Schools. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 29(3), 184–206.

Zoellner, K., & Potter, C. (2010b). Libraries Across the Education Continuum: Relationships Between Library Services at the University of Montana and Regional High Schools. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 29(3), 184–206.

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