Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

portal: Libraries and the Academy

Volume

6

Issue

2

Publication Date

January 2006

First Page

169

Last Page

184

Abstract

This article details the process of implementing a sequenced information literacy program for two core English composition courses at Utah State University. An extensive needs assessment guided the project, leading to a curriculum design process with the goal of building a foundation for deeper critical thinking skills. The curriculum development and implementation process highlights several of the advantages of using the course-integrated model of instruction to develop a more comprehensive information literacy program.

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