The handouts and templates below can be used with any instructors or librarians who teach information literacy and research skills.
This document describes strategies for working information literacy instruction into your course without disrupting your syllabus and course content. It also explains how the video and tutorial multimedia are typically used in courses, and tips for when and how to use assessments.
This document shows an example of how a research assignment (an annotated bibliography) can be scaffolded into multiple stages for students, and how each of those stages can be supported by targeted instructional multimedia.
This document shows an example of how information literacy can be scaffolded through the general education and programmatic curriculum, with reinforcement and increasing complexity.