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Information Literacy at Wartburg College

More about ILAC, the Information Literacy Across the Curriculum program at Wartburg

What do librarians do?

Collection Management

Librarians liaise to academic programs to manage the physical and digital collections that support the curriculum, scholarship, and personal development of those academic programs and the Wartburg community (see more on our Collection Policy page).

Information Literacy Instruction Management

Librarians are titled faculty that collaborate with classroom faculty in their liaison areas to discover the most effective interactions to teach information literacy.

Commitment to Integrating Instruction

We have many similar values as those of the librarians at the University of Arizona, such as prioritizing "training the trainer" so that faculty are empowered to model information literacy skills and concepts themselves, and librarians can consult on effective integration.

How to Get Started

The best way to get started is to contact your liaison librarian to begin the conversation. If you want an idea of what course integration could look like, check out the document linked below,.

Vogel Library, Wartburg College   |   100 Wartburg Blvd, Waverly, IA, 50677 |   Phone: 319-352-8500   | Email: asklibrarian@wartburg.edu