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It Changed the Way I Do Research - Period: Augustana Talks Information Literacy
Date
2006
Main contributor
Augustana Faculty Library, University of Alberta.
Summary
"To provide undergraduate students with Information Literacy skills - the skills of information access, use and assessment - is the responsibility of educators. The liberal arts and sciences curriculum of the Augustana Faculty (Camrose, Alberta, Canada) of the University of Alberta is the ideal host and partner in Information Literacy initiatives. This video documents and promotes the vision of Information Literacy at Augustana and the various components of Augustana's Information Literacy Program. These components include: 21 for-credit discipline-specific Information Literacy courses embedded into the curriculum; a variety of assessment practices including pre-tests and post-tests in all Information Literacy classes and surveys of students and graduates approximately 6 months after the course is completed; an annual Information Literacy workshop for faculty and librarians; and, Information Literacy Awards for Students and Faculty. "Augustana Talks Information Literacy" - students, librarians and faculty speak to the role and influence of Information Literacy at Augustana." -- container
Subjects
Information literacy; Library orientation for college students--Canada; Library orientation
Genres
Educational; How-to
Language
English
License / Terms of Use
University of Alberta Libraries use.
Collection
Augustana Campus Library
Unit
Default Unit
Related Item
DVD
Notes

Contents

Introduction
In the beginning
Student impact
Faculty matters
Assessment
IL workshop
IL awards
Final thoughts
Credits.

Other Identifiers
Other: 0978077202; Catalog Key: 3479418