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Integrating Information Literacy into the Higher Education Curriculum. Practical Models for Transformation. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2215914
  • Book
  • April 2004
  • 288 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Research has shown that in order to develop information literacy skills, students must be given repeated opportunities throughout their college years to acquire and exercise these skills in their daily lives. Integrating Information Literacy into the Higher Education Curriculum is filled with information and practical examples from a wide variety of institutions that show how information literacy programs and partnerships can transform the higher education teaching and learning environments. The contributors to this important resource are experts in the field and include such leaders as Pam Baker, Amelie Brown. Lynn Cameron, Renee R. Curry, Susan Carol Curzon, Trudi E.Jacobson, Bonnie Gratch Lindauer, Ilene F. Rockman, and Patrick Sullivan. The Foreword is by Patricia Senn Breivik.
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Foreword

Preface

The authors

Introduction: the importance of information literacy 1

1 Developing faculty-librarian partnerships in information literacy 29

2 Successful strategies for integrating information literacy into the curriculum 47

3 Developing freshman-level tutorials to promote information literacy 71

4 Integrating information competence into an interdisciplinary major 93

5 Meeting information literacy needs in a research setting 133

6 Developing a tool to assess college students 165

7 Assessing information literacy 207

Conclusion: continuing the dialogue 237

Index 251

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