This article discusses strategies for academic libraries to collaborate with faculty to institutionalize important information literacy training. The discussion is framed around a case study of a medium-sized academic institution in the United States that successfully embedded information literacy concepts into course-level learning outcomes for three required courses in a new core curriculum.
Johnson-Grau, Glenn; Archambault, Susan; Acosta, Elisa; and McLean, Lindsey, "Patience, Persistence, and Process: Embedding a Campus-wide Information Literacy Program across the Curriculum" (2016). LMU Librarian Publications & Presentations. 44.