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Barbara R. Herbert and Karen Stieglitz Depalma. "Faculty-Librarian Collaboration." Observer. March 2004.
The era of the library as a quiet, orderly repository for scholarly knowledge is gone. It has morphed into a more comprehensive institution, the “teaching library.” Librarians and teaching faculty have many mutual goals ... Both want to enhance student literacy, particularly information literacy, and help students become writers, problem solvers, critical thinkers, and self-directed, lifelong learners.
Debra Hoffmann and Virgil Adams. "Faculty/Librarian Collaboration: a Faculty Perspective on Information Literacy Instruction." Codex. 2, no. 1 (2012): 25-35.
Library literature continues to address the value of librarian/faculty collaboration and its impact on student learning. However, faculty often have a negative impression of librarian-led information literacy (IL) instruction for their students. Using a pre/post design, this study examined the effectiveness of IL instruction for History & Systems of Psychology students.
ACRL Framework Sandbox
The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Sandbox is a place to discover ways to use the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education in instructional settings, as well as share your own activities and teaching resources related to the Framework. Searching is open to everyone – a user login is not required.
MERLOT II: Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching
MERLOT II is a curated collection of free and open online teaching, learning, and faculty development services contributed and used by an international education community.
NLA: New Literacies Alliance
The New Literacies Alliance (NLA) is a dynamic consortial curricular project led by librarians from Kansas State University and The University of Kansas Medical Center. NLA's aim is to collaborate with other institutions to create a common curriculum based on characteristics of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy (and related) standards.
Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online Database
PRIMO is a means to promote and share peer-reviewed instructional materials created by librarians to teach people about discovering, accessing and evaluating information in networked environments. The Committee hopes that publicizing selective, high quality resources will help librarians to respond to the educational challenges posed by still emerging digital technologies.
Project CORA: Community of Online Research Assignments
Project CORA is an open access resource for faculty and librarians. It is intended to be a collaborative space for adapting and experimenting with research assignments and sharing the success of lessons learned so that others may benefit. The database will contain multiple, reliable and reproducible research assignments that will not live as isolated entities, but are enhanced by user feedback in order to build a rich corpus of best practices.