The librarians at Brookens Library work collaboratively with faculty to integrate information literacy into courses to help students develop the skills they need.
Librarians are available to:
Information Literacy is the reflective discovery and deliberate use of information. It encompasses the ability to recognize how information is created and valued, approaches research as inquiry, engages in searching as an act of strategic exploration, and thoughtfully uses and evaluates sources. It leads to effectively navigating the increasingly diverse and expanding information landscape, which is constantly adapting to an ever-changing digital environment.
Brookens Library Information Literacy Student Learning Outcomes for Undergraduate Education were created to foster campus-wide conversations about shared goals for the teaching and learning of information literacy. The following outcomes establish our vision for information literacy that encompasses the entire undergraduate curriculum in which the foundations are introduced, taught and built upon in specific courses throughout the student’s major.
By the time they graduate, students who have participated in our curriculum will be able to: