Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Information Literacy for German Language and Literature at the Graduate Level: New Approaches and Models

Library Philosophy and Practice has a new information literacy article written by Peter Kraus of the University of Utah. It is titled Information Literacy for German Language and Literature at the Graduate Level: New Approaches and Models.

From the site:

The hiring of several new faculty members in the German Language and Literature Section of the Modern Languages department at the University of Utah resulted in an increased demand for library instruction and technical support. A library subject specialist and a faculty member in German collaborated to teach graduate students about important electronic and print resources in German language and literature.

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