Further Reading and Resources
Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Minnesota. 2013. “Writing Your Teaching Philosophy: A Step-by-Step Approach.” Accessed August 8.
Zauha, Janelle M. 2009. “The Importance of a Philosophy of Teaching Statement to the Teacher/Librarian.” Communications in Information Literacy 2 (2)
(January 28): 64–66. doi:10.7548/cil.v2i2.57.
Grasha, Anthony F. 1996. Teaching with Style: a Practical Guide to Enhancing Learning by
Understanding Teaching and Learning Styles. Pittsburgh: Alliance Publishers.
Cassidy, Simon. 2004. “Learning Styles: An Overview of Theories, Models, and Measures.” Educational Psychology 24 (4): 419–444.
Felder, Richard M., and Barbara A. Solomon. 2013. “Learning Styles and Strategies.” North. Accessed August 13. http://www4.ncsu.edu/unity/locker/
Oakleaf, Megan, Steven Hoover, Beth Woodard, Jennifer Corbin, Randy Hensley, Diana Wakimoto, Christopher V. Hollister, Debra Gilchrist, Michelle Millet, and
Patty Iannuzzi. 2012. “Notes from the Field: 10 Short Lessons on One-Shot Instruction.” Communications in Information Literacy 6 (1) (September
26): 5–23. doi:10.7548/cil.v6i1.199.
Sanderson, Heather. “Using Learning Styles in Information Literacy: Critical Considerations for Librarians.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 37.5 (2011):
376–385. ScienceDirect. Web. 10 July 2013.