Course Description

LIS 9152L-001 (Summer 2022)   Information Literacy: Theory and Practice

Instructor: L. Romane

Course Description
Theoretical and practical issues associated with information literacy. Principles of designing, implementing and evaluating instructional programs to meet the instructional needs of information users. Critical appraisal of information resources and their uses. Experience in communication skills, and the design, delivery and assessment of instructional programs.

Course Syllabi for LIS 9152L-001 (Summer 2022)
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Prerequisites:  MLIS 9003

0.5 course

Program Content Areas
Connecting People with Information

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of readings, assignments, and class participation, students will be able to:

1. Integrate appropriate resources, methodology and technology to promote information literacy (PLLO 2);

2. Identify instructional needs of particular user groups and create materials and services to meet these needs (PLLO 2, 8);
3. Design and implement instructional goals and outcomes based on an understanding of cognitive theories of learning (PLLO 1, 2);

4. Develop effective communication skills for program delivery and establishing strategic partnerships appropriate for the learning environment (PLLO 5, 9).

MLIS Program Level Learning Outcomes
MLIS Program Goals and Objectives