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Freshman English Information Literacy Instructors' Guide
This toolkit is intended to support information literacy instruction in Freshman English (ENGL 101 and UHON 110) classes. It provides resources for use by library faculty and teaching faculty.
"The INFOLIT discussion list is an initiative of the AASL/ACRL Interdivisional Committee on Information Literacy. It is a forum for school, academic, and public librarians to exchange ideas on information literacy programs and experiences that demonstrate a collaborative relationship between K-12 and higher education institutions."
Journals and listservs can help educate stakeholders in higher-education information literacy and maintain awareness of issues like pedagogy and standards in library instruction. Thanks to Jennifer Jarson of Muehlenberg College for compiling this list and for suggesting other resources used in this guide in her College & Research Libraries News article on resources in IL and IL instruction in higher education (C&RLN 71.10 (2010):534-538).