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

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


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

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


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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InfoLit Learning Community: Make Information Literacy a Priority with Faculty

Posted by InfoLit Learning Community on 1/16/18 9:13 PM

As part of Credo’s new InfoLit Learning Community, hear from Karen Carreras-Hubbard, Coordinator of Library Services at Berkshire Community College, on Thursday, February 22 at 2-3pm ET online. In this live webcast, Karen will show you how to engage faculty at your institution to make information literacy a priority that is deeply embedded in the culture of your school.

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InfoLit Learning Community: Make the Most of Credo InfoLit Modules

Posted by InfoLit Learning Community on 1/10/18 9:07 AM

We are excited to launch the InfoLit Learning Community, an instructional and collaborative platform that will give you tools for optimizing the implementation of Credo InfoLit Modules and Credo Online Reference Service into your institution’s workflows. Over three weeks starting February 22, we will host live online sessions with librarians who have had success deeply integrating information literacy solutions into their programs. They’ll give you tips for engaging and communicating with faculty, using key concepts for successfully implementing a program to plan, expedite, and measure information literacy within your library and across campus.

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