University Libraries Faculty Publications

Document Type

Article

Abstract

The authors present their experiences implementing Summon, a web-based search engine similar to Google produced by the software company Serial Solutions, at Bowling Green State (BGSU) University Libraries (UL). The authors discuss using the teaching method of reflection, described by Char Booth in the book "Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning: Instructional Literacy for Library Educators," to train librarians, students, and faculty to use the software. The authors describe personal and group instruction, training undergraduates to use Summon for research, and alternative search tools such as the EBSCO Publishing database.

Publication Date

6-2012

Publication Title

College & Research Libraries News

Volume

73

Issue

6

Start Page No.

344

End Page No.

347

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