As college instructors and librarians well know, helping students engage in research as a process of inquiry can be a tremendous challenge, particularly in a digital age of information overload. The IU Libraries’ Information Literacy Course Grants offer opportunities for course instructors and librarians to collaborate in developing or revising courses that integrate information literacy throughout the academic term. During this panel session, grant participants will share their experiences in integrating information literacy outcomes, assignments, and assessments into courses in a variety of disciplines. Light refreshments will be served.
Kelly Berkson (Linguistics) and Catherine Minter (Libraries, Arts and Humanities)
Sumit Ganguly (Indian Cultures and Civilizations, Political Science) and Karen Farrell (Libraries, Area Studies)
Guadalupe Gonzalez Diequez (Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, Jewish Studies) and Akram Khabibullaev (Libraries, Area Studies)
Ariann Stern-Gottschalk (Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures) and
Wookjin Cheun (Libraries, Area Studies)