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

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

InfoLit Learning Community


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.

Ellen will show you how to:

  • Use active learning for engaging faculty and students
  • Bridge the gap between library and classroom
  • Create a robust dialogue between librarians, staff, and students
  • Implement key concepts and techniques within your information literacy approach
  • Apply the Framework to your work with faculty and staff
  • Promote information literacy in instruction

This live and collaborative webcast is just one session in our three-part speaker series that provides actionable tips and techniques for successfully integrating Credo InfoLit Modules into your institution. The online community provides opportunities for collaboration through ongoing discussions forums, cross-campus networking, and live chats during speaker presentations.

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