The following is a compilation of some of the resources I have created over the years. I trust you will find them useful.
Live course (undergraduate)
Online Courses (Graduate level)
Live Course Syllabus (Graduate level)
Rubrics for Live Course (Graduate)
Teaching Manual (Graduate)
What is Scholarship?
No One Knows for Sure What Information Is Anymore
Information in the Information Age
Information in the academy
Things We Might Believe about University Research
Research Questions: The Good and the Not So Good
Creating Research Questions
Keywords and Subject Headings: Two Ways of Searching
What's the Big Deal about Plagiarism?
Plagiarism: How to Get it Out of your Life
Student Alienation in the Information age
Our Students Don't Know How to Do Research
Student Research Ability: The Challenges
Pulling down Walls: Developing Students as Skilled Researchers
Keywords from Research Questions
Organizing Notes for Research
Plagiarism, Eh? How to Recognize it and Get it Out of your Life
What Students Don't Know about Research
Moving Information Literacy into the Curriculum: The Challenges
Students as Researchers: The Faculty Role
Information Literacy: Problems and Insights
Disciplinary Thinking in Research Processes
Classroom Activities And Assignments
"Can't Get No Respect: Helping Faculty to Understand the Educational Power of Information Literacy." The Reference Librarian 43, no. 89/90 (2005): 63-80. Also published inRelationships Between Teaching Faculty and Teaching Librarians: Do You Really Get More Flies with Honey? Binghampton, NY: Haworth Press, 2005, 63-80.
"A One Credit Prerequisite Model for Theological Information Literacy (Models for Information Literacy Panel)." American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings 59 (2005): 160-164.
"Associated Canadian Theological Schools: Building an Online Graduate Information Literacy Course Without a Blueprint." Public Services Quarterly 3 no.3/4 (2007): 19-35.
"What to Do with Wikipedia." Online 32, no. 2 (March-April 2008): 48-50.
"Why Information Literacy is Invisible." Communications in Information Literacy 4, no.2 (2010): 129-141.
"Student Theological Research as an Invitation." Theological Librarianship 5, no.1 (2012): 30-42.
"The Convenience Factor in Information Seeking." Online Searcher 38, no. 6 (November-December, 2014): 68-70.
"Expertise and Authority in an Age of Crowdsourcing," in Not Just Where to Click: Teaching Students How to Think about Information. Ed. Troy Swanson; Heather Jagman. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2015.
Farrell, Robert and Badke, William. "Situating Information Literacy in the Disciplines: A Practical and Systematic Approach for Librarians." Reference Services Review 43, no.2 (2015): 319-340.
"The Framework for Information Literacy and Theological Education." Theological Librarianship 8, no. 2 (2015): 4-7.
A Model for Research Assignment Creation in the Context of Inquiry-based Learning
Writing Research Essays - A Guide for Students of All Nations
Guidelines for Development of an Online Information Literacy Course