This panel presentation addresses some of the issues around creating meaningful, relevant assignments and breaking information literacy instruction into manageable segments. It's also about generating enthusiasm for a topic by close collaboration with faculty from the very start.
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Smith, Meggan D. '04; Dailey, Amy B.; Lenkner, Kayla M. '08; and Ruffini, Kelly '13, "Making IL Relevant: Inspiring Student Engagement through Faculty-Librarian Collaboration" (2013). Musselman Library Publications. Paper 14.