Information literacy resources for curriculum development are browsable by discipline, goal, and/or level.
An alphabetic, annotated list of undergraduate research journals that may provide the opportunity for students to use the work of peers and to submit their own work as part of their research progra
This book, written by Wiggins and McTighe, explains the rationale of backward design and explores in greater depth the meaning of such key ideas as essential questions and transfer tasks.
This book focuses on the elements found when designing a library instruction program: Design, Implementation, and Administration.
This e-learning site focuses on a critical, but often neglected skill for business, communication, and engineering students, namely visual literacy
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The WAC Clearinghouse Teaching Exchange provides a space for sharing resources for teachers who use writing—formal or informal, discipline specific or transdisciplinary—as part of their classes.
The web is a unique terrain, substantially different from print materials.
Interactive lesson planning tool for identifying the skills and competencies necessary for reading, writing and participating on the web.
is an open education resource that helps students improve their writing, critical thinking, and information literacy. Founded in 2008 by Joseph M.
A website produced by library instructors at Brigham Young University for use in blended learning instruction with First-Year Writing (FYW) classes.