Developing Research & Communication Skills: Guidelines for Information Literacy in the Curriculum
Information Competency Program
Creating Effective Research Assignments
Integrating Library Resources into Blackboard
Information Literacy in a Nutshell: Basic Information for Academic Administrators and Faculty - a brief guide from the Association of College & Research Libraries.
Information Competency Standards for Higher Education - detailed standards and performance indicators adopted by the Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association.
Integration of Learning Outcomes - links to disciplinary projects at various institutions in the California State University system in which faculty and librarians collaborated to promote information competency.
Integrating Information Competence into the Disciplines - a bibliography compiled in 2005 by the Information Competence Initiative, Office of the Chancellor, The California State University.
Electronic Documentation and the Scholarship of Teaching - A Brown University professor shares mistakes and triumphs of teaching with technology.
Plan for Information Literacy at the University of Rhode Island - A concise plan that includes suggested implementation strategies for each classification - freshmen through graduate students.
Collaboration - Notes from the Association for College and Research Libraries regarding the efficacy of faculty-librarian collaboration.
Schloman, Barbara. Information Literacy: The Benefits of Partnership. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing (March, 2001). http://www.nursingworld.org/ojin/infocol/info_5.htm
Harley, Bruce. "Freshmen, Information Literacy, Critical Thinking and Values." Reference Services Review 29:4 (2001): 301-305.
American History and Life - An American Civilizations Research Tutorial using America: History and Life.
Online Tutorials - Includes links to tutorials on JSTOR, Emerald, and EBSCOhost.
EVALUATING DATABASE AND WEB SEARCH RESULTS
Evaluating Information Sources - Discusses five criteria for evaluating print and Internet information resources: authority, accuracy, objectivity, currency and coverage.
Evaluating Databases Worksheet - Lists eleven questions to assess the students' knowledge of the characteristics of proprietary databases.
Retrieving and Evaluating Your Results - Presents criteria for evaluating print publications and Web sites.