This slideshow details the advantages of authentic, situated learning for students and faculty. It also offers direction in creating situated learning scenarios that teach and enhance IL and critical-thinking skills.
Follow these steps to create effective library/information literacy assignments:
The file below contains an example of a decontextualized Communication Studies assignment that is made into an effective course and IL assignment by providing a context and an authentic learning activity.
This box provides guidelines for meaningful library assignments and sample library activities from Concordia University, James Madison University, Gettysburg College, and Gustavus Adolphus College.