Information Literacy Demystified

Books about information literacy and the curriculum

The following list contains a sample of books available in the Library Collection:

Journal articles about information literacy and the curriculum

The following articles may be of interest:

Holliday, W., Dance, B., Davis,E.,Fagerheim, B.M, Hedrich, A., Lundstrom, K & Martin, P. (2015). An Information Literacy Snapshot: Authentic Assessment across the Curriculum, College & Research Libraries, 76 (2), 170-187. Online Access

Hoffman, D. & LaBonte, K., (2012), Meeting Information Literacy Outcomes: Partneringwith faculty to create effective Informaiton Literacy assessment, Journal of Information Lteracy, 6(2), 70-85 Online Access

 Baro, EE., Seimode, FD., & Godfrey,VZ. (2013). Information Literacy Programmes in University Libraries: A Case Study, Libri: International Journal of Libraries & Information Services, 63(4), 282-294.  Online access

 Clark, S., & Chinburg, S. (2010). Research Performance in Undergraduates Receiving Face to Face versus Online Library Instruction: A Citation Analysis.  Journal of Library Administration, 50(5/6), 530-542.  Online access

Julien, H., Tan, M., & Merillat, S. (2013). Instruction for Information Literacy in Canadian Academic Libraries: A Longitudinal Analysis of Aims, Methods, and Success.  Canadian Journal of Information & Library Sciences, 37(2), 81-102.  Online access

 Maddison, T. (2013). Learn Where You Live: Delivering Information Literacy Instruction in a Distributed Learning Environment. Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning, 7(3), 264-277.  Online access

 Saunders, L. (2012). Faculty Perspectives on Information Literacy as a Student Learning Outcome. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 38(4), 226-236.  Online access

Whitehurst, AP. (2010). Information literacy and global readiness: library involvement can make a world of difference. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 29(3), 207-232.  Online access