Here is the beginning of the research for our Chapter addition. I'm starting with Google searches....
I found a great site with a collection of sites for teaching Information Literacy: http://www.shambles.net/pages/learning/infolit/infolitlp/.
Here is a link to a Wiki developed by 2 MLIS students at Syracuse University for grades 6-12: https://infolit.wikispaces.com/.
Here is a web article from TechLearning.com on Teaching Information Literacy: Tips and Resources: http://www.techlearning.com/article/1108.
Here is a site from Spokane Community College that contains a Faculty Toolkit for teaching information literacy: http://www.scc.spokane.edu/?libinfolittk.
more later...


This is the space for you and your group members to work on your chapter, Introduction to Information Literacy in the Digital Age | - | Supplemental materials. Ask questions, point out issues, write and edit text that can be placed in the wikibook.

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