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The one-shot is still the most common mode of teaching information literacy, so most library-focused professional development opportunities reasonably focus on that model. However, that leaves librarians who are asked to teach a semester-long information literacy course to seek strategies elsewhere. This class is designed to fill that gap, translating skills honed in one-shots to a new format. This class will focus on designing (or redesigning) a semester-long information literacy course, but it may also provide insight that could be useful in integrating information literacy into existing disciplinary and general education courses.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
Implement intentional course design and pedagogical practices to create more equitable and well-organized courses.
Articulate and operationalize what is meaningful to them about information literacy in the context of a credit-bearing course.
Create an outline for an information literacy course