Information Literacy I is an 80-minute session required as part of the ENGL 111-English Composition I curriculum. The session is taught by a librarian in the Library Classroom during one regular meeting time of each English Composition I section. The classroom faculty member is required to be present during the session and encouraged to work with the librarian to best prepare students for their research assignment.
Statement of Need
Information Literacy I introduces students to information literacy concepts and skills necessary for research and information seeking at the college level. This dedicated session of information literacy instruction provides students with a professional librarian’s assistance in search strategies, resource selection and source evaluation.
Place in College Curriculum
This session is a required component of the English Composition I curricula, as stated in the ENGL 111 Course Outline, section V.E.
Outline of Content
Educational Goals and Learning Outcomes
General Education Goals
Students will be able to:
Modes of Teaching and Learning
Revised 4/2014 MD
The Word document below is used in all Information Literacy I sessions (supplement to English Composition I) to provide students with a personalized research guide that they work on during the session and can use as a reference after the session.