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Information Literacy and Professional Associations

 National Forum for Information Literacy (NFIL) Home Page.

NFIL is “a coalition of 75 education, business, and governmental organizations working to promote international and national awareness of the need for information literacy and encouraging activities leading to its acquisition.” Includes a list of NFIL member organizations.

ALA Final Report-Presidential Committee on Information Literacy

Final Report of the American Library Association Presidential Committee on Information Literacy. (1989)

A Progress Report on Information Literacy: An Update of the ALA Presidential Committee on Information Literacy: Final Report

March 1998 updated report from the National Forum on Information Literacy(NFIL) detailing progress on each of the six recommendations as well as progress independent of NFIL and remaining challenges.

AASL Position Statement on Information Literacy

Summary of information literacy for K-12 and higher education, including a detailed information literacy curriculum developed by the Wisconsin Educational Media Association. Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning developed by the American Association of School Libraries (AASL) and the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) as part of Information Power are the most recent standards for K-12.

Information Power: Building Partnerships for Learning

Excerpts from Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning developed by the American Association of School Libraries (AASL) and the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) as well as excerpts from Information Power.

Information Power Implementation

AASL site of links to resources for implementing Information Power including a link to the AASL Task Force for Coordinating the Implementation of the New National Guidelines and Standards.

ACRL Instruction Section

The web pages of the Instruction Section of the American Library Association (ALA), Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL).

CAUSE Library/IT Partnership

Description of the EDUCAUSE Constituent Group including academic computing professionals and librarians.

EDUCAUSE’s National Learning Infrastructure Initiative

A broad vision for instructional technology infrastructure for Higher Education.

NetLinkS

United Kingdom project on “collaborative professional development for networked learner support.”

 

 

 

 

Information Literacy Competencies, Standards and Outcomes


Information Literacy Competencies: Selected Items & Efforts
Excellent literature review by Esther Grassian for ACRL’s Institute for Information Literacy (IIL).

Standards for Higher Education

California Academic and Research Libraries (CARL) - Draft Recommendation to WASC on Information Literacy Standards
Draft recommendations for an information literacy standard for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

California State University - A Set of Core Competencies
Charge, process and report of the Commission on Learning Resources and Instructional Technology (CLRIT) for “developing and recommending policy guidelines to the Chancellor which facilitate the effective uses of learning resources and instructional technology throughout the CSU.”

California State University - Core Competencies from the Information Competence Project
CSU is engaged in systemwide collaboration to develop interactive instructional materials based upon the core competencies.

California State University at San Marcos - Information Literacy Components of the General Education Requirements

California Technology Assistance Program - Information Literacy Model Elaborated
K-12 model in Region VII in California.

Colorado - Model Information Literacy Guidelines

Delta College - Information Literacy Outcome and Assessment
Clusters outcomes in 5 categories represented by the acronym: NAiLED (Need, Available Resources, Locate, Evaluate, Do).

Florida Gulf Coast University - Information Literacy Ability Components, Objectives, and Competencies
Objectives clustered under four areas of abilities, each with two tiers of competencies.

Maryland Library Association, Academic and Research Libraries Division - Model Statement of Objectives for Bibliographic Instruction

University of Massachusetts - Information Literacy Competencies
Developed as part of the statewide UMass Information Literacy Project.

Messiah College - Information Literacy
Goals and objectives for information literacy at Messiah College.

Oregon Information Literacy Guidelines
Guidelines developed by the Oregon Educational Media Association.

State University of New York (SUNY) - Information Literacy Initiative
Statewide information literacy competencies and plan from SUNY.

Utah State University - Computer and Information Literacy (CIL) Competencies or Skills (required for undergraduates)

University of Washington - Digital Literacy Checklist
Self Assessment of skills for computer, Internet, and information literacy competencies.

Wayne State University - Information Literacy Competencies for Students

Wisconsin Association of Academic Libraries - Information Literacy Competencies and Criteria
Final draft from ad hoc committe on information literacy.

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