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Patterns in Information Literacy Instruction: What’s Really Going on in Our Classrooms?
Herscovitch, PearlMacMillan, MargySharun, Sara
Librarians at an undergraduate university have embarked on a year-long project to map what is actually being taught in each of the over six hundred course-integrated information literacy (IL) classes taught each year. Data from the project is informing planning for IL programming as we develop a more strategic program-integrated curriculum that makes better use of librarians’ expertise. We are gaining insights on areas of duplication and opportunities to develop higher-level IL sessions to address more advanced use of information.
presentations (communicative events)
Association of College and Research Libraries
Herscovitch, P., MacMillan, M., & Sharun, S. (2015, March 28). Patterns in Information Literacy Instruction: What’s really going on in our classrooms? Presentation at ACRL 2015, Portland, OR.
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