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Oregon Information Literacy Proficiencies
OR IL Proficiencies Poster with CC license
- Feedback JBAC Received on the AA/OT Degree (2008, January)
- Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer Degree Guidelines. Recommended revisions by JBAC on April 29, 2008. For Joint Boards of Education Adoption on May 2, 2008.
- Oregon Transfer Module Guidelines. Adopted by Joint Boards of Education February 3. 2005. Recommended Revisions by CIA as of November 2, 2007.
HB 2586: Allows Department of Education to award grants for school library programs.
SB 222: Accelerated Learning
Information Literacy: The Role of the Library in Ensuring Student Success
(Inter-Institutional Committee of Chief Librarians, Final Revision, January 31, 2006)
Southern Oregon University Strands-foundation-goals-proficiencies-revised-2008-09
Description: Southern Oregon University has adopted Information Literacy as one of the foundational goals taught throughout our curriculum along with critical thinking, communication, and to a certain degree, quantitative reasoning. As of 2/2/09, The Information Literacy goals have been in place now for about three years. These proficiencies were adapted from the ACRL goals and proficiencies, and have been edited on three occasions. The last iteration (see link ‘strands-foundation-goals…’ above) was approved in May 2008.
Kate Sullivan and Michele Burke, TYCA Conference, October 2009. Some first steps to lifelong learning: Library and Writing Faculty Partnerships & Information Literacy Assignments and here is the Handout
CLIP: The Cooperative Library Instruction Project
ACRL: Information Literacy
ANTS: Animated Tutorial Sharing Project
Information Literacy Wiki–Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki
Loex Clearing House for Library Instruction
PRIMO: Peer Reviewed Instructional Materials Online
Information Literacy Land Of Confusion Blog
Merlot: Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (you will need to create an account)