Inquiry and the Institution: Innovating the Online Information Literacy Course

Wednesday, October 31 | 12:30PM–1:30PM MT | Board 310, Poster Area, Exhibit Hall B-E
Session Type: Poster Session
This poster session will demonstrate how one university's librarians developed a for-credit online information literacy course using multiple instructional technologies. The course was designed to teach vital inquiry skills to first-year students as well as facilitate reflection on their academic experience through critical engagement with institutional culture and history.

Outcomes: Think creatively about online learning * Discover different technological solutions for creating custom course content * Develop a pedagogical model to foster the information literacy skills necessary for students to be digital content consumers and producers * Identify opportunities to integrate student experiences and reflection into information literacy instruction


  • Jasmine Woodson

    Education and Learning Design Librarian, Lehigh University

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  • Inquiry and the Institution Innovating the Online Information Literacy Course Poster

    Updated on 11/26/2019