Slide One: purpose is to introduce IL; connect IL to Liberal Arts, critical thinking and reasoning; show APSU Partnerships to date and how these might be built on

Slide Two: keywords and phrases in quotation include absorb, analyze, integrate, create and effectively communicate information

Slide Three: keywords and phrases are thinking , reasoning and the process of turning information into meaning, understanding and new ideas --All are competencies which we want our students to master in a liberal arts education

Slide Four: IL definition mirrors IL standards and includes 1) Need, or organization or formats of information (e.g. primary & secondary sources; scholarly and popular periodicals); 2) Access, or search strategy; 3) Evaluation, or accuracy, authority, timeliness of information; 4) Use, or design and communicate purpose clearly; and 5) ethics, or using information legally & preserving its integrity

Slide Five: Bruce provides us with a framework through which we can see how people experience information (the phenomenon of information literacy); no approach is better than another and they complement one another; use a combination of approaches that vary depending on the task at hand; approaches focus on technology, sources, control, process & use of information

Slide Six: We want our students to be versatile and not just go to the Web and take the first three sources they find, relevant or irrelevant to the task at hand --sound familiar?

Slide Seven: quotations from Information Literacy as a Liberal Art article; APSU is presently undergoing a liberal arts review process.  I believe we should use IL as a framework/vehicle through which students learn to think critically about content

Slide Eight:  read quote and visualize process as we look at next slide

Slide Nine: diagram of the Information Literacy intersection described in Patricia Iannuzzi's statement

Slides Ten & Eleven: Connections between IL Standards & critical thinking & reasoning

Slide Twelve:  Information Literacy is ....

Slides Thirteen & Fourteen: specific example IL outcomes tied to IL standards

Slides Fifteen & Sixteen: IL standards & partnerships between classroom & library faculty

Slide Seventeen: local existing information literacy partnerships; keywords and phrases: collaboration, team teaching and using technology as a hook

Slides Eighteen - Twenty three: Psychology Research Guide overview and screenshots

Slides Twenty four -Twenty seven: Heritage Writing, Speaking and Researching overview and screenshots

Slides Twenty eight - Thirty one: Social Work overview and screenshots

Slide Thirty two: planning instruction with IL Student Learning Outcomes in mind -focus on discrete measurable instructional objectives; examples given

Slide Thirty three: Assessing IL Student Learning Outcomes

Slide Thirty four: Where do we go from here