Library and Information Science
College students today must “learn how to learn” – the content of their college courses will only scratch the surface of what they’ll need to know in the years following graduation, and the ocean of information is wide and deep. Teaching of information literacy skills is ideally closely tied to disciplinary and professional standards, curricular goals, course objectives, and assignment requirements. And ideally librarians can be partners with disciplinary faculty in strategically introducing IL skills into key courses and assignments at selected points in a curriculum. This session will explore a particularly fortuitous convergence of needs and opportunities leading to a faculty/librarian collaboration designed to help first-year Engineering students onto the first rungs of the lifelong learning ladder.
Morrow, Debbie, "Helping College Students Climb Onto the Lifelong Learning Scaffold and Grapple with Real Life Skills" (2011). Presentations. Paper 6.