Library & IT's instructional programs develop information literacy skills and technological competency and promote lifelong learning by teaching users to seek, find, evaluate, and use information effectively and ethically.
Information literacy skills are essential in an increasingly complex world. Bucknell University educational goals state that students will "develop information literacy and technological competency across disciplines.
Librarians and instructional technologists support faculty in teaching and enhancing students' information literacy skills and technological competency.
Some of the ways we promote information literacy and technology competency
- Collaborate with you on assignments to meet our learning goals
- Teach library instruction session(s)
- Embed into the course - literally or virtually
- Meet students outside of class ( "non-optional" sessions)
Learn more about information literacy and technology competency in the Spring 2010 issue of NextPage