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Title:Critical Incidents and Librarian Professional Identity in LIS Pedagogy: Research Methodology as Pedagogical Tool Embedded in Reflexive Practice
Author(s):Pierson, Cameron; Goulding, Anne; Campbell-Meier, Jennifer
Subject(s):Critical incidents
Professional identity
Reflexivity
Reflexive practice
Librarians
Library and information science education
Abstract:Traditional conceptualisations of the library profession have been challenged due to persistent societal change, similarly affecting professional education. Challenges resulting from such change can be understood as uncertainty of definition and fit in society, and thus a questioning of professional identity. Examinations of professional identity offers potential in practice when introduced in the educational context. This paper outlines a pedagogical tool adapted from a method used in research investigating public librarian professional identity in New Zealand. The tool leverages the elicitation of critical incidents, along with guided questions, to prompt examination of professional identity. The tool is embedded within reflexive practice, creating a framework to understand and engage within increasingly interconnected and changing contexts.
Issue Date:2020-10-13
Series/Report:Education Programs/Schools
Pedagogy
Research Methods
Students
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Type:Text
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/108831
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-10-09


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