Critical Library Pedagogy in Practice is an edited collection of 14 chapters exploring various aspects of critical pedagogy and how the theory can be applied to information literacy teaching. The book is inspired by the success of the Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook, published by the American Library Association, and the aim for this collection was to produce a similarly helpful book focussed on the work and practice of librarians in various countries within a classroom context. The ebook is open access and therefore free for anyone and everyone to use.
References and further reading
Accardi, M. T., Drabinski, E., & Kumbier, A. (2010). Critical library instruction: Theories and methods. Duluth, MN: Library Juice Press.
Accardi, M. T. (2013). Feminist pedagogy for library instruction. Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press.
Accardi, M. T. (2017). The feminist reference desk: concepts, critiques and conversations. Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press.
McNicol, S. (2016). Critical literacy for information professionals. London: Facet.
Nicholson, K.P. and Searle, M. (2018). The politics of theory and practice of critical librarianship. Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press
Pagowsky, N. and McElroy, K. (2016). Critical library pedagogy Volumes 1 and 2. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.
Seeber, K.P. (2016). The failed pedagogy of punishment: moving discussions of plagiarism beyond detection and discipline. In N. Pagowsky & K. McElroy (Eds.) Critical Library Pedagogy Volume 1 (pp. 131-138). Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.