Teachers are faced not only with standards-based instructional design daily, but with the shortage of certified school library media specialists within their districts. Information Literacy for Teaching and Learning, a graduate level course, was created, in part, to empower teachers with the knowledge, skills and abilities to embed information literacy within classroom learning experiences. In addition, the skills mastered and activities explored in this course logically transfer to research projects assigned in future graduate courses. Reprinted by permission of the publisher.
Bushong, Sara and Boff, Colleen T., "Information Literacy for Teaching and Learning: A Course for Teacher Practitioners." (2008). University Libraries Faculty Publications. 2.