I forgot to reblog this post I wrote for the CJCLS blog in February. We had a lively conversation about the Framework on the listserv.
What’s it like to live in a post-Standards world? Do you love or hate the new Framework (sorry, we’re capitalizing on Valentine’s Day)?
In January, the CJCLS listserv had a lively conversation regarding the “Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education” and the rescinding of the “Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education.”
Troy Swanson, Teaching and Learning Librarian at Moraine Valley Community College, shared his article “Sharing the ACRL Framework with Faculty: Opening Campus Conversations.” In the article, Swanson outlines a professional development course for faculty that he designed with librarian Tish Hayes. The course was focused on introducing faculty to the Framework. Faculty who participated made a variety of connections to the Framework from their own disciplines. The experience also allowed for discussion about how the general education information literacy outcome might be approached at Moraine.
Heather Craven, Learning Resource Center director…
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