News Literacy Across the Undergraduate Curriculum

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Librarians and faculty members offer perspectives, workshop initiatives, and classroom strategies to assist readers in increasing news literacy on their campus.

 We are living in a time when the evolving media ecosystem requires individuals to pay critical attention to content, developing ways to make sense of information, data, news reports, and research. Undergraduate college student learners in all disciplines must possess skills to critically identify, assess, and challenge the ideas to which they're being exposed. Both librarians and faculty know this, but they may not know how to develop and implement information literacy material. In this valuable collection, reference librarians, instructional librarians, and undergraduate faculty across disciplines share best practices for establishing relationships with each other and for increasing students' news and information literacy skills. Contributions include perspectives on pedagogy, reflections on successes and challenges, and reports of research on student learning.

This book teaches librarians and faculty how to implement news and information literacy content across the curriculum to empower students to be smarter, more critical, and more engaged news consumers.

Imprint: Bloomsbury Libraries Unlimited

Published: September 2024

Format: Paper

Pages: 288

Sku: 9781440879722

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