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Information Literacy Program


Faculty Information Literacy Symposium

Enhancing Student Research Skills in the 21st Century


The Provost’s Office and the San Jose State University Library are teaming together to encourage the infusion of information literacy into the curriculum. Faculty who attend the symposium and participate in the program will learn how to create effective information literacy assignments with the assistance of librarians experienced in information literacy.


Expectations for Participants:

  • Attend the 4/30/12 Symposium
  • Attend two follow-up meetings in Spring 2012 with your librarian
  • Agree to modify one course to include an information literacy assignment and assessment of the assignment in Fall 2012
  • Teach the course with the information literacy assignment Fall 2012



All participants will be awarded a $200 stipend.  This stipend will be given to the instructor department for program support.

Please contact me with any questions.

Toby Matoush, University Library Instruction Coordinator