Strengthening Information Literacy in a Writing-designated Course in the Mathematics Major
When a campus has not integrated information literacy education into the curriculum, many students will not have the opportunity to learn these necessary skills before they embark on their career paths. This pilot study explores the possibility of teaching information literacy skills to students enrolled in a writing-designated course offered to mathematics majors who are about to complete their undergraduate studies. Outcome-based objective evaluations were used to guide teaching strategies as well as to gauge student progress. Embedded one-on-one consultations were found to be critical in strengthening these students’ information literacy abilities.
Gross, L.K., Chang, S-H., Dinneen, M. (2016). Strengthening Information Literacy in a Writing-designated Course in the Mathematics Major. College & Undergraduate Libraries 23(1), 56-78. https://doi.org/10.1080/10691316.2014.933689
Virtual Commons Citation
Gross, Laura K.; Chang, Sheau-Hwang; and Dinneen, Marcia (2016). Strengthening Information Literacy in a Writing-designated Course in the Mathematics Major. In Faculty, Administrator & Staff Articles. Paper 14.
Available at: http://vc.bridgew.edu/fac_articles/14