Rivera, E. (2017). Flipping the classroom in freshman English library instruction: A comparison study of a flipped class versus a traditional lecture method. New Review Of Academic Librarianship, 23(1), 18-27. Retreived from http://p9003-sfx.calstate.edu.libaccess.sjlibrary.org/sanjose/cgi/core/sfxresolver.cgi?tmp_ctx_svc_id=1&tmp_ctx_obj_id=1&service_id=1000000000003009&request_id=4898436
Review: This was the first article I found that didn’t present flipped classrooms as a holy grail. It realistically looks at the way the flipped classroom model make a lot of intuitive sense, but the results don’t always back up these notions. This study is also apt in noting that creating video lectures is often more time and effort for teachers than the traditional model (which is only worth it if the results support the methodology).
[by Stephannie Tornow]