Creating a successful information literacy program for distance students

Michelle, Kelli; Wilder
February 2008
Library Student Journal;Feb2008, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p6
Academic Journal
The article discusses the approaches on how to create a successful literacy program for distance students. One of the key areas to be considered is determining the distance students in the institution, the courses they are taking, learning styles and how they obtain online information. It states that librarians should work and know well with the instructors and faculty to assess the disciplines they teach and resources needed to be available to students and instructors.


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