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Story-time for faculty: the pedagogical allure of the new Framework for Information Literacy

Like most people, I love stories. The longer and more complicated, the better. In the last year, nothing has grabbed my attention more than the riveting saga of the new… 773 more words

Information Literacy

Visualizing the ACRL Framework for Students

We can’t really call the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education new anymore, but lots of us still need help in understanding what it all means. ¬† 322 more words


RISS Panel on ACRL Framework accepted for ARLIS 2016

We are excited to announce that the panel entitled “Reshaping Library Instruction within Art & Design Education: Experimenting and implementing the Info Lit Framework” was accepted for the 2016 ARLIS conference. 277 more words

ARLIS/NA Annual Conference

Research Help (aka Reference) Training

Welcome to Fall semester 2015! Today is the first day of classes here at Brandeis, and we are all very busy. We are in the process of bumping up our reference staff! 319 more words


Closing the College Readiness Gap

The following is an excerpt from a post last week in Campus Technology, reporting on the results of a set of recent surveys of university faculty and employers on college and career readiness: 414 more words

Information Literacy

ACRL Statement on Academic Freedom

The following statement was approved by the Board of Directors of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) during the Annual Conference of the American Library Association, June 2015. 233 more words

Academic Freedom