Frequently Asked Questions
What does the abbreviation ILAGO stand for?
- Information Literacy Advisory Group of Oregon
What is the mission of ILAGO?
- Promote information literacy integration into the K-20 curriculum in Oregon
- Facilitate discussion and innovation in information literacy instruction among practitioners
- Advocate for information literacy
What does ILAGO do?
- responds to state educational initiatives regarding degree requirements for college transfer degrees and developmental education.
- emphasizes information literacy across all disciplines.
- collaborates with Oregon Writing and English Advisory Committee (OWEAC), supporting information literacy outcomes for the college Writing course sequence.
How do I become a member?
- Join the ILAGO listserv, or, attend the Information Literacy Summit, or attend the Fall meeting
- It’s free!
What do members do?
- become informed about advocacy for information literacy efforts, K-20, across the state
- participate in workgroups (Metacognitive Information Literacy Assessment, IL-AA/OT)
- help plan and participate in the Information Literacy Summit