October 16, 2018

New Information Literacy Certificate at the University of Arizona School of Information: How, Why, and What?

Program Description:

After nearly 50 years of active instruction programs in libraries, the University of Arizona has created one of the first Certificate Programs certifying that librarians will know how to design, teach effectively, and promote information literacy among library school students, practicing librarians and library workers with BAs who wish to develop their instructional skills both online and face to face. Stoffle will discuss the why and how the program was created and introduce the three instructors who created and teach the core courses in the program. Illustrations and examples of curricular content will be included.


Carla J. Stoffle, Professor School of Information, Former Dean of Libraries, University of Arizona

Nicole Pagowski, Associate Librarian and Instruction Coordinator, University of Arizona Libraries, and Adjunct Instructor UA School of Information teaching pedagogy in libraries.

Angela Gunder, Director of Instructional Design and Curriculum Development for the Office of Digital Learning, University of Arizona Online College.

Yvonne Mery, Associate Librarian and instructional design librarian University of Arizona Libraries and an Adjunct Instructor in the UA School of Information.

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Conference Program