Peer review of teaching for instruction librarians: An annotated bibliography
peer review of teaching, library instruction
The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to provide instruction librarians with background information on the use of peer review of teaching in higher education. In particular, the bibliography includes resources for creating and implementing peer review of teaching programs at academic libraries. While there is a wealth of material published on the value and practice of peer review of teaching for faculty in higher education, the literature pertaining specifically to instruction librarians is limited. This bibliography offers examples of both formative and summative review programs at various university libraries, mainly in the United States. Rather than focusing on broad philosophical questions related to what constitutes good teaching and whether it can be effectively evaluated, the sources on this bibliography focus on the practical aspects of creating and running a successful peer review program.
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Edford, Rachel L., "Peer review of teaching for instruction librarians: An annotated bibliography" (2019). Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 1072.