Teaching Resources

Project Look Sharp

Project Look Sharp is a media literacy initiative of Ithaca College that develops and provides lesson plans, media materials, training, and support for the effective integration of media literacy w

Project SAILS

 The Standardized Assessment of Information Literacy Skills (SAILS) test is a fixed-choice national test There are two forms of the SAILS information literacy test, one for individual test results,

Psychology Teacher Network

 Quarterly newsletter from the Education Directorate with a section on teaching activities.


This site gamifies and enlivens quizzes. The upbeat environment allows for optional music, immediate feedback, timers, and fun memes.

Reading, Research, and Writing: Teaching Information Literacy with Process-Based Research Assignments

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.
Book Cover for Reflective teaching, effective learning : instructional literacy for library educators

Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning : Instructional Literacy for Library Educators

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.

Research Agenda Conversations

Blog from the ACRL Instruction Section's Research and Scholarship Committee that presents interviews with academic librarians and addresses the four topics covered in the...

Resources for the ACRL Framework

Resources related to the ACRL Information Literacy Framework, including readings and webcasts.

Rewired: Research-Writing Partnerships within the Frameworks

Rewired: Research-Writing Partnerships within the Frameworks highlights the clear connections between two important disciplinary documents—the Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing (CWPA,

Richard Felder's Home Page for Science & Engineering

Resources in science and engineering education from Richard Felder, Hoechst Celanese Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering at North Carolina State University.