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Presentation
The Great Race: Embedding Information Literacy into a New Core Curriculum
WASC ARC CARL Special Interest Group on Information Literacy (2013)
  • Susan [Gardner] Archambault, Loyola Marymount University
Abstract
This presentation will give an overview of the structure for embedding information literacy into Loyola Marymount University’s new core curriculum. The curriculum map for information literacy throughout the first-year core courses will be displayed, with an emphasis on how the performance indicators are iterative and help build a foundation for more advanced skills. Also, the first-year information literacy assessment plan, which ranges from mandatory online tutorials to a series of graded research assignments, will be presented. Students engage in a more disciplinary perspective of information literacy through a required “information literacy flagged” course taken during the sophomore or junior year. This presentation will conclude with an outline of the flagged process, including a library curriculum mapping project within each undergraduate Major degree program to identify the upper level courses that are ideal “flagged” candidates.
Keywords
  • information literacy
Publication Date
Spring April, 2013
Citation Information
Susan [Gardner] Archambault. "The Great Race: Embedding Information Literacy into a New Core Curriculum" WASC ARC CARL Special Interest Group on Information Literacy (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/susan_gardner/6/