Review of Partners in Teaching and Learning: Coordinating a Successful Academic Library Instruction Program by Melissa N. Mallon
The academic library’s role in teaching and learning on campus is vital to institutional initiatives. Melissa N. Mallon drives this point home by addressing the role of the library instruction program and the instruction coordinator in nine skillfully crafted chapters. Each chapter highlights the library’s agenda for teaching and learning within the greater context of its institution. Partners in Teaching and Learning is the eighth title to be published in the Beta Phi Mu Scholars Series, which publishes titles that contribute significantly to library and information sciences. The book is written in a way that offers practical resources and strategies for a multitude of instruction programs.
Jenkins, N. (2021). Melissa N. Mallon. Partners in Teaching and Learning: Coordinating a Successful Academic Library Instruction Program. Lanham, MD: Rowan & Littlefield, 2020. 162p. Paper, $37.00 (ISBN 978-1-5381-1884-9). College & Research Libraries, 82(3), 459. doi:https://doi.org/10.5860/crl.82.3.459