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Information Literacy Instruction and Assessment in an Honors College Science Fundamentals Course
(College and Research Libraries (C&RL), 2011)
The Washington State University Honors College course, UH 290, “Science as a Way of Knowing,” engages freshmen in scientific inquiry and scholarly literature research. The UH 290 instructor, a learning design consultant, ...
Redesigning Comprehensive Library Tutorials: Theoretical Considerations, Multimedia Enhancements and Assessment Activities Incorporated
(Reference and User Services Quarterly, 2014)
When the Washington State University Library Instruction Team undertook a complete redesign of its two most central online tutorials, the task to incorporate multimedia challenged us to adopt newer pedagogical models into ...
The ILE project: A scalable option for customized information literacy instruction and assessment
(Communications in Information Literacy, 2009)
With the vast amount of information available today, information literacy (IL) education is a critical component of undergraduate education necessary to prepare students for tomorrow’s world. Instructors want students to ...
First year course programmatic assessment: Final essay information literacy analysis
(Reference and User Services Quarterly, 2015)
Washington State University recently launched a new general education system with a foundational first year course called Roots of Contemporary Issues. Roots features a set of library research assignments and a culminating ...
Information evaluation instruction: A three term project with a first year experience course
(Communications in Information Literacy, 2012)
In response to the recognition that work world success is dependent on locating and effectively utilizing information, the academy has acknowledged the need to produce information literate graduates. There needs to be more ...