Opening Up a Collaborative Culture for Including Information Literacy in Course Design (Institutional Scope)

Monday, February 14 | 11:00PM–11:00PM
Session Type: Resources
SDSU librarians, instructional designers, and faculty work collaboratively to strengthen student learning and effective information literacy teaching. Open collaboration begins in the library, where the information literacy and digital technologies departments work with instructional librarians to create information literacy resources. Formalized institutional collaboration happens through the SDSU Course Design Institute, where administrators, faculty, instructors, designers, and librarians partner to improve student learning. This session will showcase multiple collaborations and highlight SDSU Library's online resources for teaching and learning information literacy. These online resources were designed for easy integration into learning management systems.


  • Pam Jackson

    Information Literacy Librarian, San Diego State University

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