The High Leverage Practices, Reference Interview Framework for Building Respectful Relationships with Students

Virtual Brief Paper (Asynchronous) ID: 58565
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    David E. Robinson
    Towson University - EDTL

Abstract: This paper presents a pedagogical framework, titled the High Leverage Practices and Reference Interview Rehearsal (HLPRIR) Framework, used for the integration of the HLP of building respectful relationships with students (University of Michigan, 2013) and engaging students in rehearsing an organizational or managerial routine (University of Michigan, 2019) with the reference interview. The reference interview encompasses the entire reference transaction from the patron approaching the school librarian through the process of determining the patron's needs to following up on the question (ALA, 2019b). School librarianship information literacy concepts presented in the HLPRIR Framework adhere to the Guidelines for Behavioral Performance of Reference and Information Service Provides (commonly referred to as the RUSA Guidelines) (ALA, 2008), and the ALA/AASL/CAEP School Librarian Preparation Standards (2019a).


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