TOWARDS DESIGNING A LIBRARY RESEARCH INSTRUCTION PROGRAM FOR ENGLISH 10 (COLLEGE ENGLISH) AT THE UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES DILIMAN

Gianina Angela Celine O. Cabanilla

Abstract


Based on the Grounded theory methodology created by Strauss and Corbin (1998), this qualitative study examines the teaching strategies and library research experiences through a series of interviews with English 10 teachers, English 10 students, and University Library main library reference librarians at the University of the Philippines at Diliman. This paper reports on the results of this study that begins a conversation about how these results might shape collaborations between librarians and English 10 teachers.

Keywords


grounded theory methodology, English 10, University of the Philippines Diliman, modules, reference librarians, library research instruction program

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