Information literacy is a set of abilities requiring students to recognize when they need information and enabling them to ethically access, evaluate, and synthesize the needed information for academic, career, or personal gain. The librarians at Green River Community College seek to take an active role in infusing Information Literacy into student learning across campus.
Learn more about Information Literacy:
- Green River Information Literacy Definition, Components, and Outcomes [PDF]
- ACRL Information Literacy Standards [PDF]
- AASL Standards for the 21st-Century Learner [PDF]
Faculty in any discipline can request instruction for their classes. Librarians will create tailored, "point of need" instruction to be delivered to your class in the library classroom, your classroom, or "virtually."