Teaching your first semester-long information literacy course can be overwhelming. In preparing to teach my first course I read many articles and books on the topic. I pulled out the best advice and added in some of my own to create this list of my top ten teaching tips.
This guide is intended to help faculty who want to incorporate information literacy concepts into their classes. Use the tabs on this guide to find activities, assessments, and links which you can use to teach the 5 core Information literacy competencies.
From the University of Notre Dame, Hesburgh Libraries.
S.O.S. for Information Literacy is a dynamic web-based multimedia resource that includes peer-reviewed lesson plans, handouts, presentations, videos and other resources to enhance the teaching of information literacy (K-16). Read a full description of the project.
From the American Association of School Libraries.
The mission of ALPS Link is to be a repository of learning objects to support academic librarians in their instructional role. The vision is that through sharing learning objects we can help librarians save time, eliminate duplicated effort, and develop their instructional skills.
From the Academic Librarians in Public Service (ALPS).