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posted on 14.03.2022, 13:46 by Reece SteinbergReece Steinberg

This chapter outlines a storytelling teaching model (including a Mad Libs activity) for a one-shot library instruction session aimed at students new to market research. The session uses storytelling as a method of framing and organizing the research process: encouraging students to visualize industries or companies as characters in the story they are building, identify gaps in their story that need to be filled by research, use a storyline to define the limits of their research subject, and explore related fields, populations, and more using a story model.

From the edited monograph Teaching Business Information Literacy

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Editor

Genifer Snipes, Marlinda W Karo, Lauren Reiter, Ash Faulkner

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English