Integrating information literacy 

A mini-course for faculty and instructors

Would you like to improve your students’ research and writing skills by more seamlessly integrating information literacy into your classes? 

We’re offering a 5-day mini-course from September 19-23, for faculty, instructors, and adjunct faculty/instructors on teaching information literacy using inclusive pedagogical practices. 

What you need to know

  • Experienced instruction librarians will work with you to develop information literacy-related research and writing assignments for your students. 

  • This mini-course is also a program improvement study to learn more about faculty incorporation of information literacy and collaboration with University Libraries.

  • Participants will receive a $200 stipend for engaging fully with the content and providing feedback. 

  • Application deadline is September 5.

What to expect

Participants can expect to spend 1-2 hours per day exploring content and completing activities in the mini-course. You’ll also spend no more than two additional hours providing feedback through a survey and/or focus group later in the fall semester. 

Faculty should expect to finish the mini-course with a course design plan and new activities to incorporate. 

The mini-course is offered asynchronously in D2L in partnership with University Center for Assessment, Teaching and Technology.

Sign up for the course

Complete our survey to sign up for the course by September 5. 


Nicole Pagowsky, Associate Librarian 

Yvonne Mery, Associate Librarian 

September 19, 2022, 9:00 am to September 23, 2022, 6:00 pm