Information Literacy Resources
Project Information Literacy has released a new interview with Mary-Ann Winkelmes, of the Transparency in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Project.
I always come back from conferences with a list of books to read, and this year's LOEX conference was particularly fruitful in that regard.
I attended the 14th Annual Information Literacy Summit this past week and heard an excellent keynote from Amy R. Hofer, Silvia Lu, and Lori Townsend (view the keynote on YouTube).
Kathleen Lagan: Kill the Stigma! Teacher Expectancy in the Information Literacy Classroom
By Sara D. Miller
I've been following with interest the research coming out of Project Information Literacy, so was happy to see a new report out last Wednesday, February 25th.
For those of you following the progress of ACRL's Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, you are aware its adoption has been somewhat controversial.
When the grand jury in Ferguson handed down the decision to not prosecute Darren Wilson, the policeman who shot and ultimately killed Michael Brown, it set off reactions across the country-from protests and marches spanning from New York City to Oakland.
Since I wrote last month about a failed experiment to bring iPads to the hands of all children in LA's public school district, I wanted to find a contrasting story that illustrated successful adoption.
If you’ve been following the unfolding story of L.A. Public School District superintendent John Deasy’s plan give iPads to every student, you’re probably not surprised that he recently stepped down.