By Joshua Vossler, Scott Sheidlower
Learn the best way to effectively hire sensible recommendations that infuse info literacy guide with humor.
• Dozens of functional examples of training info literacy utilizing humor
• Contributions from greater than 30 expert educational librarians who percentage their tools of educating details literacy utilizing humor
• A multidisciplinary bibliography reflecting humor within the fields of verbal exchange thought, schooling, library technology, functionality conception, and psychology
• A webliography of humorous YouTube clips suitable to libraries and data literacy
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However, female comedians have found success; there is no reason why female instruction librarians should be any different. DELIVERY: SPONTANEOUS VERSUS PLANNED HUMOR What is the best way to go about it bringing humor into the classroom? For people who don’t consider themselves funny, it might seem reasonable to think up a joke related to the material in advance and deliver it when the time comes. MacAdam (1985) cautions against planning humor in advance, advocating instead a more freeform approach: “spontaneous rather than belabored or artiﬁcial use of humor appears to be a signiﬁcant element in creating a positive communicative climate” (p.
121). Contemporary humor takes pains to appear conversational and spontaneous despite actually being carefully planned and scripted. This presentation promotes misconceptions about how effective humor is produced. Spontaneous humor is not inherently any better than planned humor at earning laughs. On the contrary, as we discuss in Chapter 5, one of the key behaviors of successful comics is their extensive planning. The division between spontaneous and planned humor is like the myth of the natural comedian: incorrect, but an easy mistake for an observer to make.
122). Examples can be actual, physical documents that have humorous titles or subjects or may be purely verbal, such as funny search terms (Fulton, 1985). Analogy is another form of the humorous example, which can be effective as an instructional tool in addition to being funny. Humorous analogies “have been used successfully for decades, however, to aid understanding in other ﬁelds” (Sutherland & Winters, 2001, p. 307). Illustrating an unfamiliar concept using a funny analogy connects the idea being taught with an entertaining and memorable concept.
Humor and information literacy : practical techniques for library instruction by Joshua Vossler, Scott Sheidlower