Information Literacy Strategy Handbook


Credo's team of librarians have created an Information Literacy Strategy Handbook, based on years of working with hundreds of libraries, research into current best practices, and insight from our customers. 

Please see the Information Literacy Strategy Handbook here:

The Handbook includes several sections - detailed below:

Marketing your Information Literacy Program:

  • How to articulate the value of information literacy instruction to your administration and faculty
  • Marketing and promotion best practices 
  • Structuring your program for success in many different modes of delivery

Setting your IL Program up for Success:

  • Backwards designing a program from your students' and stakeholders' needs
  • Tips for using the ACRL Framework and other IL standards
  • Creating a dynamic IL program across the curriculum

Continuously Improving your IL program with Assessment Data:

  • Using quantitative and qualitative data to inform and improve your IL program
  • Assessment types and their uses
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