Librarians collaborate closely with faculty to integrate information literacy instruction into the Cascadia curriculum, and on curriculum development, syllabus, assignment and assessment design. This work is done in support of both on-campus and online learners.
Librarians partner with faculty to team teach hands-on classroom or online information literacy workshops in these targeted courses:
A limited number of hands-on or online workshops may be implemented in other courses, subject to review by the subject librarian and the Library’s Head of Teaching and Learning. Limited resources may not allow us to address all workshop requests, but we do our best to honor them when possible.
* Core information literacy curriculum. See below for details.
Librarians from all liaison areas partner with faculty to integrate information literacy into the following “core” courses students must take to complete an Associate’s degree at Cascadia. Please note the learning goals listed here are of shared responsibility between the librarian and faculty member, and that they can be met through means other than classroom instruction when necessary.
College 101: College Strategies - Desired Information Literacy learning goals for this course typically include:
English 102: Composition II Writing from Research - Desired Information Literacy learning goals for this course typically include: