A team of librarians at Purdue University transformed a business information literacy course from a traditional lecture, 40-student class into multiple sections of a flipped, 70-student classroom to meet the request that the successful course be required for all 500 undergraduate students. Scaling up required the adoption of flipped learning techniques for better utilization of library teaching resources. This case study provides key insights for others implementing credit classes or integrating similar content into one-shots or embedded work. It also describes the assessed results determined through student feedback (focus groups) and student performance (pre/post-tests).
instruction, business information literacy, information literacy, flipped classroom, higher education
Date of this Version
Stonebraker, Ilana, "Flipping the Business Information Literacy Classroom: Redesign, Implementation and Assessment of a Case Study" (2015). Libraries Faculty and Staff Scholarship and Research. Paper 123.