InfoLit Learning Community: Beyond the Library with Karen Carreras-Hubbard: Join the Conversation

Posted by InfoLit Learning Community on 2/16/18 9:00 AM

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As we dig deeper into what it means to apply information literacy concepts inside and outside of the library, it is helpful to look at the diverse approaches different institutions have taken. Next Thursday, February 22 at 2 pm EST, in the first presentation of our InfoLit Learning Community speaker series, Karen Carreras-Hubbard will share her multifaceted approach to using Credo InfoLit Modules to engage faculty in information literacy work on campus outside of a conventional library setting.

One such approach was launched by the University of California at Santa Cruz in 2011 as part of a campus-wide strategic plan focusing on the success of undergraduate students.

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A Culture of Collaboration: Library Innovation in the FYE at Bryant University

Posted by Laura Kohl on 2/13/18 8:52 PM

Bryant University is known for its vigorous academic program, a design thinking experience for first year students, and a campuswide focus on student success. The culture at Bryant provides fertile ground for innovation at all levels of the university. The Douglas and Judith Krupp Library embraces this culture and the elements of flexibility, experimentation, and collaboration, offering library staff the opportunity to innovate within the library and with campus partners.

First Year Experience, Information Literacy, library instruction

FYE Spotlight: University of Colorado Denver - Auraria Library

Posted by Raymond Pun on 2/7/18 7:40 PM

By Kevin Seeber and Raymond Pun

FYE Correspondent Raymond Pun recently interviewed Kevin Seeber from the Auraria Library, University of Colorado Denver. In addition to his work experiences and projects in FYE, Kevin shares his thoughts on student perceptions of, and experiences with, academic libraries.

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It Takes a Campus: Successful Collaboration Strategies for Teaching Information Literacy

Posted by Chris Bombaro on 2/5/18 1:17 PM

The success of our information literacy program was achieved largely through continuous and collegial collaboration between the library and its campus partners. The Writing Center, faculty, and various committees have all participated in a productive give and take that helps ensure students pick up IL skills early and use them often.

First Year Experience, Information Literacy, library instruction

InfoLit Learning Community: Download the First Chapter of Credo FYE Guide

Posted by InfoLit Learning Community on 2/5/18 12:36 PM

A student's success starts with the initial interaction with their new surroundings. That’s why First Year Experience (FYE) programs have become more popular and are seen as valuable initiatives to increase student retention, GPAs, graduation rates, and employability.

This week, Credo launched the First Year Experience Guide to help librarians build their FYE strategy and improve existing programs. This interactive guide will provide necessary resources as well as a community in which to share ideas. (Join the InfoLit Learning Community to access the latest resources from Credo. Already a member? Log in here.)

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February Social Media Content for Libraries

Posted by Duncan Whitmire on 2/1/18 1:35 PM

Is leveling up your library's social media game one of your New Year's resolutions? One of the best ways to engage followers to is to provide a consistent stream of fun/useful content. Understanding that libraries don't always have the time to generate all of the content they'd like, we're here to help! 

Customer Success, Social Media for Libraries

FYE Predictions & Trends for 2018

Posted by Raymond Pun on 1/29/18 2:06 PM

By Katelyn Angell, Zena George, and Raymond Pun

2017 saw a growing interest on the part of librarians in fake news, open educational resources (OER), diversity, and accessibility. What will this year bring? Three academic librarians offered up the following conversation to explore potential FYE trends for 2018 and beyond.

First Year Experience

InfoLit Learning Community: Engage Faculty and Students in Critical Thinking Work

Posted by InfoLit Learning Community on 1/26/18 10:20 AM

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Learn how to engage faculty and students in understanding information literacy and critical thinking in a sustainable way with Ellen Carey, Librarian and Instructor at Santa Barbara City College. In this live webcast on Thursday, March 22, 2-3pm ET, you’ll hear Ellen’s experience implementing Credo InfoLit Modules at her institution.

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Transfer Student Services Spotlight: UNC-Wilmington, Randall Library

Posted by Raymond Pun on 1/22/18 1:48 PM

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FYE Correspondent Raymond Pun recently interviewed Tammy E. Ivins from the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW), Randall Library. From outreach to collaboration, they discussed the library’s role in providing transfer student services and activities on and off campus. For even more tips and ideas, see our recent post on helping transfer students succeed.

First Year Experience

InfoLit Learning Community: Implement the Framework for Information Literacy with Faculty

Posted by InfoLit Learning Community on 1/19/18 10:30 AM

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Discover how to implement the Association of College and Research Library’s Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education on your campus with Dave Harmeyer, Associate Dean and Professor, University Libraries, Azusa Pacific University, CA. In our live webcast, Thursday, March 8 at 2-3pm ET, Dave will show you how to:

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