Information literacy, library instruction, literacy content
This poster reports on a study that investigated:
a. The impact of students’ use of technology for extracurricular purposes during instruction sessions and its effects on their learning and retention of information.
b. Whether attendance at a previous library instruction session provided the students with the advantage of scoring higher in the assessment, and
c. Whether the use of these technologies in class sessions was disruptive to other students.
Salisbury, Lutishoor; Omolew, Abayomi Omotola; and Smith, Jeremy J., "Technology Use for Extra-Curricular Activities and Academic Performance in Library Instruction Sessions" (2018). University Libraries Faculty Publications and Presentations. 26.