ILFF 2022 Call for Applications
We are pleased to announce that applications are open for Randall Library’s 5th annual Information Literacy Faculty Fellows (ILFF) program in Spring 2022.
Accepted applicants will explore the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education and related information literacy concepts, generate concrete products that integrate one or more information literacy concepts, and gain a cohort of faculty across UNCW departments who are interested in information literacy concepts. Fellows will receive a certificate and $1,000 stipend upon completion of the program.
Spring 2022 Fellows will work with asynchronous content in a Canvas course and attend synchronous sessions to apply and discuss their learning. Fellows are expected to:
- attend synchronous sessions (Zoom or in-person TBD) on February 24, March 3, March 17, and March 24
- actively engage during each week of the 5-week Fellowship by consuming the learning material and participating in application sessions with Faculty Fellow peers and librarians;
- create a learning object (such as an assignment, syllabus, rubric, teaching plan, etc.) related to one or more of the six Information Literacy Frames that will be explored during the Fellowship;
- share about their experience at a Randall Library event showcasing faculty professional development activities.
If you are interested in being part of the 2022 cohort of Information Literacy Faculty Fellows, please apply by Friday, January 28, 2022. All faculty who teach classes are eligible to apply.
Fellows will be selected based on their demonstrated interest in and engagement with information literacy, as well as their ability to share program content with colleagues. We hope for representation from schools and departments across UNCW, and new faculty are encouraged to apply.
This program is co-sponsored by Randall Library, Undergraduate Studies, and the Center for Teaching Excellence.