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Integrating Information Literacy and Communication Skills Across the Curriculum: Learning Goals and Assessment


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Duration:
186 min
Contributor(s):
Ratteray, Oswald
Bornstein, Jerry
Kendrick, Curtis
Stevens, Tim
Korenman, Sanders
Rothstein, Hannah
Potash, David
Becker, Nancy
Strawser, Joyce
Rodrigues, Raymond
Lipner, Seth
Publisher:
Bernard M. Baruch College
Date:
2005-03-11
Description:
The concept of information literacy as a quantifiable skill set is explored within the context of higher education. Speakers discuss the need for and challenges facing broader integration of information literacy skills across the university curricula. Question and answer sessions are included.

[Video 1]

The event is introduced by Jerry Bornstein,librarian at Baruch College. The keynote speaker is Oswald M.T. Ratteray, Associate Director of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

Curtis Kendrick, CUNY University Librarian serves as moderator for the first faculty panel (video 1) with panelists: Tim Stevens, English Department at John Jay College; Sanders Korenman, School of Public Affairs at Baruch College; and Hannah Rothstein, Professor of Management at Baruch.

[Video 2]

The topic of assessing of student learning is explored on the second video, moderated by David Potash, Associate Provost at Baruch. Panelists include Library Science Professor Nancy Becker from St. John's University; Joyce Strawser, Associate Dean of Undergraduate and MBA Curricula at Seton Hall University; Raymond Rodrigues, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty at Skidmore College; and Seth Lipner, Law Department and Chair of the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch.

Contents:
Video 1. Introduction and Keynote Address. -- Video 2. Panel Discussions.
Subjects:
Information literacy-Study and teaching-United States
Research--Methodology
Education--Evaluation
Universities and Colleges--Accreditation
References:
http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/facultyhandbook/InformationLiteracyConference.htm
Media Group:
Event
Media Type:
Video
Source:
DVCam00312
Copyrights:
Bernard M. Baruch College, c2005