Suzanne Bernsten and Caitlyn Stypa

Join us for a discussion of Barbara Fister’s essay, Lizard People in the Library. This essay is part of Project Information Literacy’s Provocation series, essays about what literacy means in all its manifestations. Fister says that in practice information literacy is treated like “everyone’s job, but nobody’s responsibility.” How does it fit into your teaching? How can we collaborate across campus to integrate information literacy into more disciplines? After the discussion, librarians Suzanne and Caitlyn will facilitate activities you can adapt for use in your classes. Learn, too, about library instruction and library resources that can help your students boost their information and media literacy skills.

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