Embedded Information Literacy: An Arts & Humanities Model
With the installation of a new Arts & Humanities Dean and recognizing the need to address the information literacy skills of undergraduates, the faculty and library teamed-up to integrate course design. We piloted an embedded information literacy program for a 3rd year course in the Department of Classical Studies. The implementation was successful due to collaboration with the faculty, department and course instructor as well as the continual assessment, adaptation and evaluation of the course content. Due to the organic nature of this model, it may be adapted to other programs in Arts & Humanities.
Marni Harrington and Christy Sich. "Embedded Information Literacy: An Arts & Humanities Model" Research Day (Arts & Humanities, FIMS, and Education). The University of Western Ontario, London, ON. Mar. 2010.
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