* Government Documents
* Gordon Miller
* Model Program
* Technology & Learning
* PDAs in CISAT
Home (This Issue)
JMU's Library Instruction Selected as Model Program
A team of instruction program collaborators from each of the ten model institutions attended an invitational conference in Atlanta on June 11-13, 2002, to refine the characteristics of best practices of information literacy programs and to begin to develop in-depth descriptions of model programs. These descriptions will be a resource for librarians, faculty members, and administrators involved in information literacy instruction. The team from JMU consisted of Rebecca Feind, English Liaison Librarian, Lynn Cameron, Coordinator of Library Instruction, Violet Allain, Acting Dean of General Education, and Harry Reif, Assistant Professor of CIS. Kathy Clarke, Business Librarian, was also a team member, but was unable to attend the conference.
The Characteristics of Programs of Information Literacy that
Illustrate Best Practices were published in their final form in the January 2003 C&RL News,
Vol. 64 No. 1 and online on
ACRL's web site.
Copyright © 2002. JMU Libraries.
All rights reserved.