The CSU East Bay University Libraries provide and support information literacy instruction across campus for students at all levels. Below is a summary of the information literacy (IL) instruction provided by CSU East Bay librarians in credit courses, in sessions to students in other departmental courses, as part of the Library's University Hour Student Success Workshop Series, and virtual instruction available on the Library's website.
Information Literacy Sessions Embedded in other Disciplinary Courses
Information Literacy Workshop Series
Information Literacy Credit Course Assessment
Information Literacy Program Annual Reports (Committee on Academic Planning and Review)
Includes assessment of student learning in information literacy credit courses (LIB / INFO)
Institutional Learning Outcome (ILO) Assessment: Information Literacy
Other Information Literacy Assessment Projects
National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Assessment in Action Program
CSU Council of Library Deans (COLD) Student Success Study (2019-2020)
The CSU-wide Council of Library Deans (COLD) Student Success Committee is currently working on a two-year study assessing the impact of information literacy instruction on student success in the CSU. More information about the committee and the study can be found on the COLD Student Success Committee website. The CSU East Bay Libraries are participating in the study, and data collection begins in Spring 2019 and will continue through Summer 2020.
National Resources for Information Literacy Assessment
Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)
Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)