acrl framework

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P.R.O.V.E.N. is designed to provide students with a source evaluation process that is grounded in the ACRL Framework. The "PROVEN" acronym emphasizes the process students should go through to demonstrate credibility based on their particular needs, rather than the state of a particular source (i.e. credible or not). The questions are designed to guide the evaluation process, not to serve as a checklist.

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Classroom assessment techniques (CATs) are learner-centered activities that engage students in learning and yield actionable assessment results.

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This interactive learning module takes students through the process of identifying the differences between primary and secondary sources. The structure of the tutorial consists of four parts.

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This collection brings together scholarship and pedagogy from multiple perspectives and disciplines, offering nuanced and complex perspectives on Information Literacy in the second decade of the 21st century.

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This book is intended to help widen and deepen the conversations between librarians and compositionists.

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Two dozen teachers, librarians, administrators, and writing center professionals share their expertise and insights on successfully utilizing the frameworks for writing and information literacy. 

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A place to discover ways to use the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education in instructional settings, as well as share your own activities and teaching resources related

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