Information Literacy Initiatives at the Gould Library
The librarians of Carleton College define information literacy as the ability to apply critical thinking in order to create knowledge from information.
The information literate student can recognize an information need, define an intellectual problem, locate, evaluate, and synthesize information, and cite the sources of information.
- List of departments and their library liaison.
- Describes the principles that under-gird this department's understanding of Information Literacy on this campus.
- Librarians work closely with faculty and students through course-integrated instruction and through individual and group consultations.
- Information Literacy is integrated into many aspects of teaching and learning on campus such as the curricular initiatives, the first year seminars, and many of the senior comprehensive exercises.
- Explore the work that we do to develop and enhance our knowledge of students' information literacy needs and habits and to deliver rich information literacy learning experiences to our students.