There is no one-size-fits-all approach to integrating information literacy learning outcomes into your course.
TLS librarians can work with you and subject liaison librarians in the following ways:
Course design: we can work with you to scaffold information literacy learning throughout the semester through assignment design and in class activities and corresponding assessments.
Assignment consultation or design: what information literacy goals do you have for your students? We can consult on revising existing assignments or we can design assignments and assessments tailored to your goals. Visit our information literacy toolkit to see examples of assignments and assessments we have worked on with faculty.
Librarian-led instruction sessions: timed with a research assignment, hands-on instruction sessions with librarians can support student success in your assignments.
Online tutorials and guides: we have online guides and tutorials on our website that you can use in your instruction or point students toward. We can also tailor research guides for assignments. Search here by topic, subject or course name.
Information literacy is a lifelong skill that librarians take seriously.
We break down information literacy like this:
See the full Association of College and Research Libraries' Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education
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