Librarians, Faculty, and Information Literacy

Lockett, Sonya
March 2015
Arkansas Libraries;Spring2015, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p6
The article explores how academic librarians can improve the information literacy of students. Topics discussed include the role of academic librarians in assisting and teaching the faculty about information literacy, the integration of information literacy to the course syllabi, and the offering of hands-on, point-of-need instruction sessions to students.


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