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Program Track Project: Background Study.
Provides an overview of City University Library services, mainly summarizing the library's information literacy and instruction efforts.
Summary Report on Information Literacy Meetings for Senior Faculty
Document summarizes the outcomes of several City University faculty meetings related to Information literacy as well as providing a summary of themes from the evaluations done by attendees of the meetings.
Detailed Session Plan: Information Literacy, August 24th, 2004
Outline of City University training session about information literacy which took place on August 24th 2004. Plan includes intended learning outcomes, activities and notes.
City University Academic Affairs Meeting on Information Literacy - Agenda
Agenda for City University meeting on topic of Information literacy, which took place on August 24, 2004.
Immersion Support Statement December 2003.
Statement written in December 2003 describing City University's information literacy goals and current efforts to develop an information literacy program. This document was written to support admission to ACRL's Immersion Program.
Information Literacy at City University
Document includes information in the form of questions and answers on both the concept of information literacy and the nature of information literacy efforts at City University.
Information Literacy Immersion Action Plan, April 2005
Strategic plan for the information literacy instruction program at City University formulated in 2005. Plan involves various departments of the University including the Library, the Information Literacy Task Force, ...
Action Plan for Integrating Information Literacy Instruction
Document details a vision formulated in 2006 for the information literacy program at City University (CityU) as a fully integrated, university-wide program that addresses core information literacy competencies and that ...
Student wellness through responsible technology use
Technology has many advantages, but research shows that excessive and unregulated use by youth can contribute to conditions such as increased anxiety, depression, decreased social skills, and addiction. This paper reviews ...