Amanda L. Folk
Amanda L. Folk
Head, Teaching & Learning, The Ohio State University
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Drawing on students’ funds of knowledge: Using identity and lived experience to join the conversation in research assignments
AL Folk
Journal of Information Literacy 12 (2), 44-59, 2018
Reframing information literacy as academic cultural capital: A critical and equity-based foundation for practice, assessment, and scholarship
AL Folk
Association of College & Research Libraries, 2019
Academic self-efficacy, information literacy, and undergraduate course-related research: Expanding gross's imposed query model
A Folk
Journal of Library Administration 56 (5), 540-558, 2016
Understanding students’ satisfaction with OERs as course materials
SS Jaggars, AL Folk, D Mullins
Performance Measurement and Metrics 19 (1), 66-74, 2018
How well are we preparing them?: An assessment of first-year library student assistants’ information literacy skills
AL Folk
College & Undergraduate Libraries 21 (2), 177-192, 2014
Information literacy in postsecondary education in the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand
AL Folk
portal: Libraries and the Academy 16 (1), 11-31, 2016
Librarians as authors in higher education and teaching and learning journals in the twenty-first century: an exploratory study
AL Folk
The Journal of academic librarianship 40 (1), 76-83, 2014
Academic Reference and Instruction Librarians and Dweck’s Theories of Intelligence
AL Folk
College & Research Libraries, 2016
Access or awareness? Identifying relationships between reference and other dimensions of public services
AL Folk
Self-beliefs and course-related research: Proposing an expansion of the Imposed Query Model for undergraduate Students
AL Folk
The role of librarians in Guided Pathways reforms
S Jaggars, AL Folk
Narratives of (dis)engagement: Exploring Black/African-American undergraduates experiences with libraries
AL Folk, TA Overbey
Association of College & Research Libraries, 2019
Recasting the affordable learning conversation
MD Rivera, AL Folk, SS Jaggars, K Prieto, M Lally
Recasting the narrative: The proceedings of the ACRL 2019 conference April …, 2019
'Let me learn'or'just the answer'? Research consultations and Dweck's theories of intelligence.
AL Folk, K Safin, AM Williford
ACRL Conference Proceedings, 388-396, 2017
Mathematics Courses and the Ohio Open Ed Collaborative: Collaborative Course Content Building for Statewide Use
D Dotson, A Davis, AL Folk, S Jaggars, MD Rivera, K Prieto
Open Pedagogy Approaches, 2020
Reflect, Express, Compare: Reimagine Your Teacher Identity with the TeachPhil U-model and Strengths-Based Reflective Practice
S Corrall, A Folk, E Pullman
Learning the Rules of Engagement: Exploring First-generation Students' Academic Experiences Through Academic Research Assignments
AL Folk
University of Pittsburgh, 2018
Using Phenomenological Interviewing to Learn from Underserved User Communities
A Folk, T Overbey
LIS Scholarship Archive, 2019
The Role of Librarians in Guided Pathways Reforms. CCRC Working Paper No. 114.
SS Jaggars, AL Folk
Community College Research Center, Teachers College, Columbia University, 2019
You've Got Them In, Now Get Them Involved: A Hands-on Approach to Library Instruction for Freshmen
AM Williford, A Folk
University of Pittsburgh, 2013
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