These lesson plans began with a desire to explore notions of authority in the library classroom at our mid-sized urban university, including how authority is used by teachers to the benefit or detriment of learners and how learners can begin to reclaim their own authority. In creating these lesson plans, we sought to begin with students’ experiences, promote their sense of personal empowerment, and encourage them to consider the complexities of source evaluation.
Tewell, Eamon, and Katelyn Angell. "Authority and Source Evaluation in the Critical Library Classroom." In Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook, vol. 2, pp. 49-57. ACRL Press, 2016.