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Framework for Information Literacy Reactions Part I

In late February, the ACRL  Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education Task Force released the first draft of the much-anticipated Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Since then, bloggers have dissected the text, championing highlights and asking tough questions. more »

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Linking Library Use to Student Success

This post was written by Jaime Hammond, Acting Director of Library Services, Naugatuck Valley Community College No academic library is alone in the desire to demonstrate value through impact on student retention and graduation rates. In this age of data more »

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Teams Selected for ACRL Assessment in Action Learning Community

ACRL has selected 75 institutional teams from a pool of 98 applicants to participate in the first year of the program Assessment in Action: Academic Libraries and Student Success (AiA). The program is made possible by the Institute of Museum more »

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