PRIMO, a committee of the ACRL Instruction Section, promotes and shares peer-reviewed instructional materials created by librarians to teach people about discovering, accessing, evaluating, and ethically using information in networked environments. The PRIMO Committee hopes that publicizing selective, high quality resources will help librarians to respond to the educational challenges posed by still emerging digital technologies.
PRIMO Database: The database of instructional resources reviewed and selected by the PRIMO Committee.
Site of the Month: Monthly series of in-depth profiles of projects recently added into the PRIMO database.
Site submissions for PRIMO are accepted continually, but are reviewed for possible inclusion twice per year (Read Selection Criteria).
Fall Review submission deadline date: November 16.
Spring Review submission deadline date: May 9.
Nominate a Site: Know of a great online instruction site? Use this form to suggest that we review it for PRIMO.
Fall Review nomination deadline date: November 2.
Spring Review nomination deadline date: April 25.
Accepted Projects: Twice a year the newly accepted projects to be included in the PRIMO database are announced.
User Education for the Internet: Report and Recommendations (1994) This document explains the genesis of PRIMO (formerly the Internet Education Project).
Questions? Please contact the current PRIMO Committee Co-Chairs.
The PRIMO logo was designed by Eunice Cho, MFA in Art and Design at Iowa State University College of Design.
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