Survey: “How Librarians Learn to Teach”

From an email:

Hello Dr. Vorbach,

We are two University of Michigan graduate students studying how librarians new to the field learn about instruction. We are surveying current students and recent graduates (2011 or later) from Master’s of Library and Information Science and iSchool programs to learn more about their experience with instruction over the course of their degree programs.

Would you be able to forward this survey to your students in Library and Information Science program at St. John’s University?

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If you are a student or recent graduate (2011 or later) from an MLIS program, please help us by completing this short survey:

It should take no more than 5-10 minutes.

You will have the option to enter your email address into a drawing for one of three $10 Visa gift cards!

Please help us by forwarding this email to current students and recent graduates and/or relevant listservs. We appreciate your help!

Thank you very much!

Deirdre Hirschtritt & Tierney Steelberg &