Category: News

Winter-Summer 2018 (ACRL-SLILC) | Student Learning and Information Literacy Committee Interview with April Cunningham, Palomar College, and Carolyn Radcliff and Rick Wiggins, Carrick Enterprises

  The Student Learning and Information Literacy Committee (SLILC) interviewed Carolyn Radcliff, Information Literacy Librarian and Rick Wiggins, Chief Technology Officer, both of Carrick Enterprises, along with April Cunningham, Project Leader for the Threshold Achievement Test for Information Literacy  this semester to learn more about the Threshold Achievement Test and how it

What’s Next as the Framework Advisory Board’s Term Ends

The two-year term of the Framework Advisory Board (FAB), which was tasked with developing resources for professional development in support of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, has come to an end. At ALA Midwinter 2017, the ACRL Board of Directors took action to further integrate these resources into

ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Toolkit Launches

The following update is cross-posted at ACRL Insider. The ACRL Framework Advisory Board (FAB) is pleased to announce the launch of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Toolkit. The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Toolkit is intended as a freely available professional development resource that can be used and adapted by both

The ACRL Framework Sandbox is accepting contributions!

The ACRL Framework Sandbox: sandbox.acrl.org is accepting contributions! The Sandbox is a place of discovery and sharing of information literacy resources related to the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. This openly accessible platform and repository provides opportunities for collaboration and innovation in approaches to the Framework, both in the classroom

The ACRL Framework Sandbox is accepting contributions!

The ACRL Framework Sandbox: sandbox.acrl.org is accepting contributions! The Sandbox is an openly accessible platform and repository for librarians engaged with the Framework to discover and share classroom and professional development resources related to the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. The Sandbox is a place of discovery and sharing that

ACRL Framework Advisory Board Member News

The following update is cross-posted at ACRL Insider. Since July 2015, the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Advisory Board (FAB) has been actively working with the ACRL Visiting Program Officer (VPO) for Information Literacy to create a supportive and interactive environment for librarians to learn how to use the Framework. Original member

ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Sandbox Launches

The following update is cross-posted at ACRL Insider. ACRL’s Framework Advisory Board (FAB) is excited to announce the launch of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Sandbox. The ‘sandbox’ that was first envisioned during the development of the Framework is now a reality. The Sandbox is an openly accessible platform and repository

ACRL Selects New Curriculum Designers/Presenters for the Framework

The following update is cross-posted at ACRL Insider. ACRL has selected a team of three curriculum designers/presenters to create professional development offerings to provide support for librarians as they incorporate the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education into their practice at all types of academic institutions. After careful consideration of

ACRL Framework Advisory Board Welcomes New Members

The following update is cross-posted at ACRL Insider. Following the launch of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education in early 2015, the ACRL Board of Directors approved the creation of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Advisory Board (FAB) and appointed five member leaders who have been actively working

Update on the Framework for Information Literacy “Sandbox”

The following update is cross-posted at ACRL Insider. The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Advisory Board (FAB) has been hard at work collaborating with the Cherry Hill Company on the development of the Framework “Sandbox,” a repository for sharing Framework instruction materials. While development has taken a little longer than originally anticipated, we are