This study describes a program created from scratch in which collaboration is initiated by librarians with teaching faculty in the first-year program to provide information literacy skills to incoming freshmen. The program is not only successful logistically, but is designed with assessment needs and evidence of student learning in mind. Additionally, the program design takes into account the needs of learners through utilization of a variety of learning activities and teaching tools that include group interaction, web-based tutorials, individual assignments, and peer-learning.
"Starting From Scratch: Implementing a Successful, Multifaceted Information Literacy Program for the First-Year Course,"
The Southeastern Librarian: Vol. 61
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/seln/vol61/iss1/5