Framing Information Literacy: The Importance of Setting the Stage

Beth Fuchs

Research output: Other contribution


Do students learn more when information literacy instruction is provided in-person by a librarian, mediated by their course instructor using a librarian-created tutorial, or self-paced using a tutorial? This presentation will focus on assessment results from a multi-sectioned college course targeting first-year students that explored this question and revealed an unexpected answer. Use the results, which are applicable to any instructional setting, to plan your next information literacy session.

Original languageAmerican English
StatePublished - Sep 1 2016


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