Developing A Model Curriculum for Information Literacy Standards in a Small Liberal Arts College
This presentation will overview processes and procedures to integrate an information literacy program into a small liberal arts college.
||Information Literacy, Adult Learning Theory, Cognitive Development, Faculty Development, ACRL Standards, Middle States Standards, Models of Information Literacy, History of Information Literacy, Bloom’s Taxonomy, Distributive Model, Comprehensive Model, Compartmentalized Model
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 8, pp.329-346.
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Sandra M. Weiss, Ed.D., is an Associate Professor of Biology and Clinical Laboratory Science at Neumann College, United States of America. She has taught in higher education for over thirty years. Her interests are in the areas of hematology, immunology and immunohematology. Additionally, Dr. Weiss has worked in the highly technological field of clinical laboratory medicine and continues to consult in that area. She is actively researching comparative methods in coagulation and has additional expertise in educational technology.
Gail S. Corso, Ph.D, is an Associate Professor of English and Communication and Media Arts, and Coordinator of Writing at Neumann College, United States of America. Dr. Corso has been teaching English- both literature and writing on the college level for over twenty-five years. Her scholarly activities include being co-editor of Reviews for KAIROS, an online scholarly journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, and executive board member for Philadelphia Writing Program Administrators. Her research interests in Information Literacy relate to her background in writing across the curriculum. She is a member of several editorial advisory councils.
Dolores Kelly, Ed.D., is an Assistant Professor, Director of Certification and Field Experience at Widener University, United States of America.
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