information literacy, workforce information skills, library collaboration
Teaching information literacy skills to prepare young adults for the demands of a technologically modern workforce requires collaboration between schools and libraries. Identifying opportunities to build bridges that enable smooth transitions for information literacy learning across content areas, standards, and institutions requires collaboration among librarians. Perspectives and discoveries of four librarians (secondary school, two-year technical college, and an undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate degree granting university) engaged in collaboration are examined. Collaboration resulted in a common framework for teaching information literacy skills designed with the goal of developing academic and workforce competencies including accessing, sorting, evaluating, and incorporating reliable information into daily lives.
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Anderson-Story, Janet; Dow, Mirah; Kane, Cynthia; and Ternes, Carmaine
"Bridges to the Future: Teaching Information Literacy Across Standards, Institutions, and the Workforce,"
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