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Information Literacy


Augustana Information Literacy Workshops

IFLA Information Literacy Section
The primary purpose of the Information Literacy Section is to foster international cooperation in the development of education in information skills for all types of libraries.
IFLA's Guidelines on Information Literacy for Lifelong Learning



Library Instruction West

WILU  Workshop Instructional Library Use

Project Information Literacy

Project Information Literacy

What is PIL?
"Project Information Literacy (PIL) is a large-scale, national study about early adults and their research habits, conducted in partnership with the University of Washington's iSchool. To learn more, watch a short video about PIL. Read PIL's FAQ. Read a summary of our research findings. Read our op-ed, ""At Sea in a Deluge of Data" from The Chronicle of Higher Education."

Latest Research

"What are the lifelong learning practices of recent grads once they finish college? During 2013-2015, the PIL research team interviewed and surveyed 1,651 grads from 10 US colleges and universities. Read the PIL 2016 research report (112 pages). Take a peek at our findings infographic, tune into a findings video (2:58 minutes), or read the Inside Higher Ed column."

Smart Talks

"In our latest interview, we talk with Mary-Ann Winkelmes, director of the Transparency Project for Teaching and Learning. When discussing students' learning, Mary-Ann says, "We've made good progress in the U.S. toward providing more people with better access to higher education. But greater equity of access does not guarantee equity of educational experience."

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