Project Information Literacy (PIL) is a large-scale, national study about early adults and how they find, evaluate, and select information for use in their courses and in everyday life.
Explores how reading and the writing process are as important as and critically connected to the research process. Chapter five has the greatest emphasis on information literacy.
Whether or not "instruction" appears in their job titles, librarians are often in the position of educating their users, colleagues, and peers to successfully locate and evaluate information.
Resources related to the ACRL Information Literacy Framework, including readings and webcasts.
Rewired: Research-Writing Partnerships within the Frameworks highlights the clear connections between two important disciplinary documents—the Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing (CWPA,
Annotated bibliography with themes that include embedded librarianship, nurse educator/librarian collaboration, adaptability and flexibility with new and emerging technologies, and collaboration wi
This title is a collection designed by instruction librarians to promote critical thinking and engaged learning.
Zotero list of resources recommended by the ACRL Instruction Section Teaching Methods Committee. Topics include assessment and instructional design.
The Elected Standing Committee on Teaching from the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) offers various teaching tips.