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ACRL Framework for Information Literacy, AASL Standards, library, presentation, high school-college connection


How can school media specialists, technology specialists, and academic librarians collaborate to build students’ college readiness and support lifelong information literacy learning? The development of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education and the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Standards Framework for Learners provides new opportunities for school and academic librarians to find common ground. In this session, three current and former chairs of the Minnesota Library Association Instruction Roundtable will explore connections between these two guiding documents and the ways in which they approach information literacy. Building on these connections, presenters will offer practical strategies for engaging in ongoing professional development and building communities of practice around the ACRL and AASL Frameworks.

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Brager, T., Mars, A., & Pittman, K. (2018, October 26). Finding common ground: Creating community & connections around information literacy [Presentation]. Information & Technology Educators of Minnesota Fall Conference, Alexandria, MN.

CoP Plan - ITEM 2018.pdf (218 kB)
Presentation Handout