Incorporating Information Literacy Skills into Your Syllabus

09 February 2023, Version 1
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As undergraduate students enter political science classrooms in this post-Covid, politically charged social climate, teaching information literacy skills has become ever more challenging and vital. Incorporating such critical skills into existing lessons and course content can be tricky and requires thoughtful planning. This workshop will explore practical approaches and active learning strategies for scaffolding these research competencies within your own syllabi using the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education.


Information Literacy
Research skills

Supplementary materials

Incorporating Information Literacy Skills in your Syllabus Workshop Worksheet
This worksheet is for participants in the Incorporating Information Literacy Skills in your Syllabus Workshop to take notes and design a learning activity.

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