Student perceptions of teachers can influence the success of instruction, and library instruction is no exception. Understanding the mindset of students can help academic librarians prepare for in-person and asynchronous classes and create instructional materials. By anticipating students’ impressions, librarians can challenge false assumptions and improve interactions. This poster highlights findings from a large study of how undergraduate students at one institution perceive academic librarians.
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Fagan, Jody C.; Ostermiller, Hillary; Price, Elizabeth; and Sapp, Lara, "How Undergraduate Students' Perceptions of Academic Librarians Can Inform Innovative Teaching" (2018). Libraries. 104.