Department/School

Libraries

Date of this version

9-20-2019

Document Type

Lecture/Speech/Presentation

Keywords

curriculum mapping, library, psychology, poster, syllabus study

Abstract

Effectively integrating information literacy instruction into the curriculum of an academic program requires knowledge of the information needs of students within the program. This study puts forth a process of researching programmatic information needs, developing learning outcomes, and creating a curriculum map within the graduate-level Professional Psychology curriculum by starting with the analysis of an entire year of syllabi. This presentation will describe progress on the project so far as well as the next steps. Learn about the model used so you can develop curriculum maps for your liaison areas and teach more useful and relevant instruction sessions.

Citation/Other Information

Brager, T. (2019, September 20). Library curriculum mapping in a graduate professional psychology program: A progress report [Poster presentation]. Minnesota Library Association Annual Meeting, Prior Lake, MN.

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