What is Information Literacy? A brief discussion of the theory behind our teaching, and why learning to be a better researcher will help you to achieve your goals.
Policy & Planning
The Libraries’ Information Literacy Committee develops and promotes an information literacy program for York University Libraries, coordinating library-wide initiatives with department-based instruction and faculty liaison activity. It also develops and carries out an annual set of objectives within the context of a more general five-year set of goals, adjusted annually as necessary.
Contact Sophie Bury, Information Literacy Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Information Literacy Plan 2010-2015: Engaging Student Learning Through Partnerships
This document outlines York University Libraries’ current vision for Information Literacy and includes outcomes and indicators of success to guide library strategy and initiatives for the period 2010-2015.
- Information Literacy Manifesto 2005-2010
This document outlines York University Libraries’ vision for Information Literacy during the five year period 2005-2010 and includes a statement of goals and objectives for this period.