Advocacy MaterialsCurriculum Design/MappingIL in the DisciplinesLearning OutcomesQuality AssuranceCurrent Initiatives
E-learning technology: What's available?LibGuidesMy LibrarianMoodleBest practices: Design & Distribution
Experiential EducationFaculty-Based EE InitiativesActive Learning Technologies Workshop Dec. 2011Inquiry-Based Learning
IL Class Surveys - Tools & TemplatesPre-Tests/Post-Tests and Quizzes: Templates & ToolsReadings/Web sitesYUL SAILS Materials
IL Retreats: Themes and Materials 2006-2012IL Professional Development Teaching and Learning Series: Themes and Materials 2009+IL Round Table Series 2011Experiential Education Half-Day Event Spring 2011Teaching Vufind: Workshop Event Fall 2010Reflective Teaching Dossier WorkshopActive Learning Technologies Workshop Dec 2011IL Conferences
Readings of InterestAccessibility HubInquiry-Based LearningProfessional Development 2013
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This web site has been created by members of the Information Literacy Steering Commitee and its constituent working groups:The Curriculum Integration Working Group (CIWG), The E-Learning Working Group (ELWoG), and the Engaged Learning Working Group.

It brings together templates, tools, resources and readings in myriad areas relating to information literacy for use by instructional librarians at York University.

Information Literacy Improves Research

  • Definition, Policy and Planning
    A brief discussion of the theory behind teaching information literacy, and why learning to be a better researcher will help you to achieve your goals. Find out more about the IL program at York University Libraries.
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