This presentation provided an overview of NLU Library faculty's experience developing a new teaching model that enhanced traditional library instruction through embedding in online courses and new courses on digital information literacy. Our integration into undergraduate degree programs with a required library course was the result of engaging with academic stakeholders and being “out in front” with technology. This resulted in a major shift in our roles and workload and brings us deeper into the teaching and learning process. We engaged participants in a discussion of useful strategies to integrate teaching into academic programs, the role and use of technology, and shared our successes for transforming librarians into teaching partners and faculty.
Greenfield, Deana and Morrison, Rob, "Digital Information Literacy at National Louis University: Embedding and Integrating Information Literacy into Degree programs" (2012). Faculty Publications. 8.