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Compiled by Dr. Lesley Farmer, California State University Long Beach

GENERAL:

Association of College & Research Libraries. (2008). Guidelines, standards, and frameworks. http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/

http://wikis.ala.org/acrl/index.php/Information_literacy_in_the_disciplines

 

MERLOT LINKS:

Key terms: counseling, mental health, psychology

  • Social Sciences / Psychology / Clinical and Counseling
  • Social Sciences / Social Work
  • Education / TeacherEd
  • Academic Support Services / Career Counseling
  • Academic Support Services/ ICT literacy
  • Academic Support Services/Library and Information Services  

 

LIBGUIDES:

 

OTHER WEBSITES and ARTICLES:

 

LEARNING ACTIVITIES IDEA STARTERS:
  • Ask students to compare face-to-face and online counseling sessions in terms of content, tone, strategy, interaction, timeframe, outcome, and other criteria as designated.
  • Ask students to create a timeline about counseling models.
  • Ask students to debate the pros and cons of “synthetic” therapists/artificial intelligence counseling.
  • Ask students to videotape a counseling session, and analyzing para language (e.g., body gestures).
  • Ask students to compare counseling in different settings (e.g., Navy, pastoral, psychiatric).
  • Ask students to research the cultural connotations of or attitudes towards counseling.
  • Ask students to create a graphic novel about counseling with individuals of different ages.
  • Ask students to produce a public service announcement or podcast about some counseling advice.
  • Ask students to compare the codes of ethics for different counseling organizations.
  • Ask students to interview personnel in different jobs within the counseling profession.
  • Ask students to research the same topic in two database aggregators (e.g., ERIC, PsycInfo), and compare the process and results.
  • Ask students to analyze how movies represent counselors.
  • Ask students to research the impact of technology on counseling.
  • Ask students to create an infographic about counseling.