|aIntegrating information literacy into the higher education curriculum : |bpractical models for transformation / |cIlene Rockman and associates.
|aSan Francisco : |bJossey-Bass, |cc2004.
|axxiii, 260 p. ; |c24 cm.
|aThe Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aIntroduction:the importance of information literacy/Ilene F. Rockman--Developing faculty-librarian partnerships ininformation literacy/Susan Carol Curzon--Successful strategies for integrating information literacy into the curriculum/Ilene F. Rockman--Developing freshman-level tutorials to promote information literacy / Patrick Sullivan--Collaboration and infusion:librarians and faculty integrating information competency into an interdisciplinary humanities major/Pam Baker, Renee R. Curry--Meeting information literacy needs in a research setting/Trudi E. Jacobson--Developing an assessment instrument for measuring information competence:learning outcomes of community college students/Bonnie Gratch Lindauer, Amelie Brown--Assessing information literacy / Lynn Cameron--Conclusion:continuing the dialogue/Ilene F. Rockman.
|aInformation literacy--Study and teaching (Higher)--United States.
|aEducation, Higher--Curricula--United States.
|aAcademic libraries--Relations with faculty and curriculum--United States.