Casey Long wins 2007 Instructional Effectiveness Award

The team of Milind Shrikhande, Finance, and Casey Long, University Library, have won the 2007 Instructional Effectiveness Award for “Effective Information Literacy Training,” a program in information literacy that enhances students’ ability to find, evaluate and retrieve online information.  The purpose of the Instructional Effectiveness Award is to recognize and share at the university level outstanding approaches in instruction that are effective in enabling learning. Evaluation criteria for the award are the strength of the learning principles or theories, the persuasiveness of the analyses of evidence of learning effectiveness, and the potential of the approach as a model for application across other courses and programs.

Casey is a business librarian and library liaison to the Robinson College of Business departments of Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Finance, Health Administration, Real Estate and Risk Management & Insurance.

Congratulations, Casey!

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