INFORMATION LITERACY. J. J. F. DRAKE MEMORIAL LEARNING RESOURCES CENTER ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY NORMAL, ALABAMA DR. CLARENCE TOOMER, DEAN PRUDENCE W. BRYANT, REFERENCE LIBRARIAN. OUTLINE. Title Page Abstract Summary Goals/Objectives Procedures Stakeholders Collaboration
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J. F. DRAKE MEMORIAL LEARNING RESOURCES CENTER
ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY
DR. CLARENCE TOOMER, DEAN
PRUDENCE W. BRYANT, REFERENCE LIBRARIAN
the sample Pilot Project created a challenge and additional equipment (more
smart boards) would have provided more student access to technology.
teractive learning at a more advanced level. Students were challenged to enhance critical thinking skills through
The ACRL Standards for Information Literacy will be applied for learning.
The Information literate student:
The following activity was presented to our “pilot class” during the first session to reinforce critical thinking skills.
This worksheet was developed by a group of librarians at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee library to promote the teaching of Information Literacy.
as citizens, consumers, and professionals
and as well as in their recreational activities.
Goal 2, A&M strives to achieve academic
excellence, Strategy 3, Make Information
Literacy an integral part of the A&M experi-
ence by developing a piloted Orientation 101
with University College, develop and maintain online assessments, tutorials and course evaluations.
Literacy for a small sample of students. More students will be involved in the In-
formation Literacy Project in the Fall of 2006 when all of the English 102 classes
will be participants.