Further Reading and Resources

Teaching Philosophy

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.

Teaching Styles

Grasha, Anthony F. 1996. Teaching with Style: a Practical Guide to Enhancing Learning by

Understanding Teaching and Learning Styles. Pittsburgh: Alliance Publishers.

Learning Styles

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 January


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.