Faculty development and information literacy: Establishing campus partnerships
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Academic librarians can and should play a leadership role in faculty development efforts on their campuses. In this article, Iannuzzi addresses the connections between faculty development and information literacy and presents strategies for establishing campus partnerships. Specifically, she addresses five related topics: information literacy and campus culture, campus initiatives, strategies for partnerships, a faculty development model, and the Florida International University Model for Information Literacy.
Academic libraries; College teachers; Information literacy; Libraries and education; Library orientation
Information Literacy | Library and Information Science
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Iannuzzi, P. A.
Faculty development and information literacy: Establishing campus partnerships.
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