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|| Why should librarians care about pedagogy? / Douglas Cook -- How Cephalonia can conquer the world (or at the very least, your students!) : a library orientation case study from Cardiff University / Nigel Morgan and Linda Davies -- It's showtime! : engaging students in library instruction / Debbie Crumb and Eric Palo -- The clicky things rocked! : combating plagiarism with audience response system technology / Christine Bombaro -- Daily doubles, final answers, and library resources / Julie Maginn -- Making meaning : using metaphor as a tool to increase student understanding / Susan Avery and Jim Hahn -- Analogical storytelling as a strategy for teaching concept attainment / Anna Montgomery Johnson -- Keep them engaged : cooperative learning with the jigsaw method / Linda Reeves, Judy McMillan, and Renata Gibson -- True and terrifying stories : using peer-led discussion groups to evaluate information texts / Karla M. Schmit -- Constructing narrative to situate learning in library instruction : counseling an imaginary undergraduate / Susan M. Frey -- Using a personality test to teach Boolean logic / Kathleen Lowe -- Plagiarism instruction online : beyond the citation / Lyda Ellis -- Web 2.0 : using a wiki to extend learning beyond the classroom walls / Carl DiNardo -- An "amazing race" through the library : reality television meets problem-based learning / Dawn Eckenrode -- Electronic portfolios as a means of authentic assessment / William Jefferson and Eloise M. Long -- Picture this : a snapshot of how technology motivates student research / Li Zhu and Kathleen Zakri -- Bringing them into the community : innovative library instructional strategies for international and ESL students / John Hickok -- Zines! : librarians and faculty engaging students in creative scholarship / Amanda Hornby, Suzan Parker, and Kari Lerum.