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Information Literacy at Wartburg College
More about ILAC, the Information Literacy Across the Curriculum program at Wartburg
At Wartburg, information literacy is embedded in the Plan of Essential Education. This is referred to as ILAC: Information Literacy Across the Curriculum. Critical information literacy skills and concepts are scaffolded throughout the college career. Introductory skills are taught in IS 101 and reinforced in additional general education courses such as IS 201, EN 115, and Com 112. Developing skills are integrated into the majors, enhanced throughout, and then assessed at the proficient level, usually in the capstone.
Students will make effective use of library and other information resources in order to participate as knowledgeable, responsible members within their disciplines and society.
Students will strategically find information appropriate to their learning tasks. [WLOs 2]
Students will perceptively evaluate and choose information appropriate to their learning tasks. [WLOs 2 & 4]
Students will effectively and ethically use information appropriate to their learning tasks. [WLOs 2 & 4]
Fall Faculty Workshop 2021 Summary
If you have 1st years in your course and you assign research this fall:
Check in with them to see if they have taken the IS 101 tutorials yet. If not, they should take them at that time so they know the basics for your coursework.
If you have other students who need a review, refer them to the Foundations in Research guide, then refer to a librarian or the Peer Learning Lab if more individual attention is needed.
If you have additional research needs beyond the basics:
Contact your liaison librarian to discover the most effective method to deliver that content (it isn't necessarily an in-person session).
Group A should contact Jill for now, and then either Jill or Heidi will follow up with you.
Common Language change: 3 Questions for Evaluation
Watch my brief introduction in the workshop video and the more in-depth explanation in the videos on the Foundations guide.
This is the part I reduced the most, so if you want to skip to that part in the workshop video, start at minute 4:12.
Discuss further with your liaison librarian for more ideas.