Presented at the Association of College and Research Libraries Conference in Cleveland, Ohio. April 2019.
Numerous presentations focus on ways librarians can go beyond the one-shot model of library instruction and develop semester-long partnerships with faculty. So what happens when a faculty member takes you up on this and opens the doors to their classroom? This poster will address two librarians’ experience collaborating with a first-year writing professor to develop a series of information literacy workshops that followed students throughout their research process. This librarian-faculty team designed lessons incorporating active learning techniques and the ACRL Framework and developed custom assessments. What occurred can serve as an adaptable model for library-faculty partnerships in information literacy instruction.