Welcome to Integrating Reflective Discovery and Analysis of Information into Complex Problems Courses: Harnessing the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy!
This workshop was offered on Tuesday, May 23rd, 2023 from 3:00-4:30pm in the Loughman Living Room.
This session provided an opportunity to share course-related experiences of student inquiry, discovery, and critical analysis of evidence, with colleagues. We reviewed the ACRL Framework in preparation for developing and being able to integrate progressive activities into course work.
We hope that you found our time together helpful, and that you also take a moment to peruse the resources we have assembled on this guide. Please don't hesitate to reach out to any of us with your questions.
Corinne, Oliver, and Anna
Are you creating or revising a course for the New General Education Program?
The Ely Instruction Program seeks to guide students in the development of critical thinking skills which will enable them to be competent and insightful users of information. In this endeavor we look to collaborate with department faculty of the University. Faculty members who are interested in scheduling a library session are encouraged to contact us to discuss the learning objectives of their courses and we will work to tailor sessions to the students' needs.
By the end of the workshop, participating faculty will:
Use the worksheet below to write out some course-related activities and examples of student work: