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Information literacy and Writing across the Curriculum: sharing the vision
Reference Services Review (2003)
  • James K. Elmborg, University of Iowa
Abstract
Points out the similarities and differences between library instruction and writing instruction in the higher education curriculum. Notes that information literacy librarians can learn from the experiences of composition instructors regarding curricular revision and reform. Suggests that one of the keys to information literacy reaching its potential is to find common ground with programs like Writing across the Curriculum.
Keywords
  • Academic libraries,
  • Curriculum,
  • Higher education,
  • Information retrieval,
  • Teachers,
  • Written communication
Publication Date
2003
Publisher Statement
•On Authors website or institutional website •Non-commercial •Published source must be acknowledged •Must link to publisher version •Publisher version cannot be used •Eligible UK authors may deposit in OpenDepot •Third parties must not systematically deposit into institutional or subject repositories
Citation Information
James K. Elmborg. "Information literacy and Writing across the Curriculum: sharing the vision" Reference Services Review Vol. 31 Iss. 1 (2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james_elmborg/13/