Where are you now? Really?


While many libraries today lay claim to having an information literacy instruction program, the reality of library instruction efforts may be somewhat removed from today’s definition of “information literacy,” as well as from the best practices in conducting a program. In order to determine whether or not one indeed has an information literacy program, an honest assessment from a number of stakeholders is required. In addition, in order to bring one’s program into the twenty-first century, rebranding library instruction as information literacy instruction can only help to elevate the program, and align it with current practice, research and theory.

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