Redefining roles: Librarians as partners in information literacy education
International Journal of Electronic Library Research
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UWired is a collaborative effort at the University of Washington to bring electronic communications and information technology into the service of teaching and learning. This paper addresses the role that librarians have played in transforming undergraduate courses, pedagogy, facilities design, and faculty development to bring information literacy into departmental curricula.
Academic librarians; Academic libraries; Academic libraries – Relations with faculty and curriculum; Information literacy – Study and teaching
Communication | Curriculum and Instruction | Library and Information Science | Other Education
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Zald, A. E.,
Redefining roles: Librarians as partners in information literacy education.
International Journal of Electronic Library Research, 1(3),