What We Learned along the Way: Librarian Experiences from K–12 and How They Aid in University Library Instruction
Library and Information Science
This article shares the perspectives of two former high school and middle school librarians who moved into academic libraries. The move from the K–12 sector to higher education offered them unique insights into working with first-year students as they started their college careers. Existing literature discusses the importance of collaboration between high school and academic librarians. The authors of this article have firsthand experience of how students work in the middle and high school realm, and they demonstrate how to apply that knowledge and experience with college students.
Published in College & Undergraduate Libraries, Volume 20, Issue 2, 2013, pages 197-203.
© Heather Moorefield-Lang and Carolyn Meier