Answered By: Rachel Gammons
Last Updated: Oct 05, 2023     Views: 93

Each year, the University of Maryland Libraries teach information literacy sessions for nearly 20,000 students. The anchor of our teaching program is the partnership between the UMD Libraries and the Academic Writing Program (ENGL101). The Libraries is embedded into the syllabus in ENGL101 and we see about 90-95% of the sections for information literacy instruction.

Because there is so much overlap between students taking ENGL101 and UNIV100, we do not typically offer information literacy instruction to our UNIV100 courses. Instead, we offer a selection of curated resources that you can integrate into your UNIV100 course at the moment that feels right for your students.

Find these resources and more on our Information Literacy Toolkit at: https://lib.guides.umd.edu/InfoLitToolkit

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