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Many of the curriculum plans for infusion of Computer and Information Literacy are available in the Information Literacy Center (Blackboard Community). This link is being tested. You will have to login to Blackboard before clicking the link for it to take you straight to the folder.
In the folder for a particular program or department, look for a document with "Computer and Information Literacy Infusion Plan" in the title. Most of the other documents in these folders were developed by librarians with varying amounts of course faculty involvement and were based on the older Matrix of learning outcomes and ACRL Standards.
Purpose of this guide
The purpose of this guide is to assist librarians new to instruction with mapping out the most logical courses on which to focus their instruction efforts.
Why do curriculum mapping?
Curriculum mapping is done for several reasons:
It helps you focus on the learning outcomes for the class based on the level of the class, and the level of instruction needed.
It will help you assess your teaching and student learning after the desired learning outcomes are determined.
It will help you strategize and focus on the courses best suited for information literacy instruction (efficiency and effectiveness).