University of California System - Los Angeles (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, CA, United States) - primary
MLSLibrary & Information Science
Grassian, Esther S. & Kaplowitz, Joan R.. (2005). Learning to Lead and Manage Information Literacy Instruction. Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc..
Grassian, Esther S. & Kaplowitz, Joan R.. (2001). Information Literacy Instruction: Theory and Practice. Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc..
American Library Association Member
09/1981 - Current
American Library Association, Association of College & Research Libraries Member
09/1981 - Current
American Library Association, Association of College & Research Libraries, Instruction Section Chair
09/1995 - 09/1996
Honors and Awards
ACRL Instruction Section, Publication of the Year (06/2004) Awarded to Esther S. Grassian & Joan R. Kaplowitz for *Information Literacy Instruction: Theory and Practice* (2001)
Librarian of the Year Award (LAUC-LA) (05/1995) Awarded to Esther Grassian, "In recognition of her creativity, leadership, and campus-wide impact in developing a successful Internet training program and her visionary role in developing an information literacy curriculum at UCLA."
Information Literacy Instruction: Theory and Technique
UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, Dept. of Information Studies
By the end of this (4-unit) course graduate students (MLIS and Ph.D.) will be able to identify and analyze information literacy instructional needs, design, implement, and evaluate appropriate instructional responses, and make revisions as necessary.
FIAT LUX: "How to Stop Just Googling... & Find the Really Good Stuff!"
UCLA Honors Collegium
I've been teaching this 1-unit undergraduate course each Spring, beginning in 2005.
Information Literacy & Researching Skills
UCLA English Composition
Information Literacy - I taught this 1-unit undergraduate course each Quarter from Winter 2003 through Winter 2005.